The Cardinals had their lowest NCAA finish since 2015 and lose some big names, but a new core could coalesce this year and return Louisville to the top ten.
Check out the video from some of the top races from last week’s NCSAs, including Scott Buff’s meet records in the 50 back, 50 free, 50 fly and 100 fly.
The 2022 NCSA Junior National Champs continues tonight with finals of the 500 free, 100 breast, 100 fly, and the fastest few heats of the 400 free relay.
NCAP’s Camille Spink (pictured) comes into the opening night of NCSAs as the top seed in the women’s 100 freestyle.
Team Greenville’s Lilla Bognar moved into the top 20 all-time among 15-year-olds after clocking 1:54.22 in the 200 back to open NCSAs in Orlando.
At the NCSA Summer Champs in Huntsville, 14-year-old Jenna Hendrickson hit six lifetime best times, earning a top-three finish in the women’s 800 free.
NOVA of Virginia 17-year-old Zoe Dixon capped her individual racing off phenomenally, storming to victory in the women’s 200 IM with a 2:12.62.
NOVA of Virginia’s Zoe Dixon, 17, also broke a meet record, winning the women’s 200 breast in 2:29.82.
With the swim, Dixon has elevated herself to #26 all-time in the 17-18 girls age group.
Enyeart was racing at the Speedo Summer Championships in Irvine, CA through Saturday night.
The swim marked a truly massive personal best for Bognar, who entered the meet with a lifetime best of 2:18.66, which she swam in May of this year.
There’s no clear #1 in the current crop of sophomores. The class centers on IMs and distance free, with some strong international ties and LCM swims.
The first to safely qualify for the Tigers was senior Jordan O’Brien, who threw down a lifetime best 52.15 in prelims of the 100 breast.
Check out our weekly wonders from January 25-27th, 2019.