It’s been a whirlwind year for Georgia coach Jack Bauerle, who spent almost a full calendar year under suspension, but returned to win his 300th dual meet on the women’s side with a victory over Tennessee.
Georgia freshman Kylie Stewart won her first individual event as a Bulldog on Wednesday.
“We’re looking forward to Wednesday’s meet,” said Harvey Humphries, Georgia’s Acting Head Coach. “It’s like any sport in that you practice and practice and you look forward to competing against someone else. It’s early in the training, but you always get excited when you can race someone.”
Cammile Adams will look to fend off a talented, young field to seal a spot on the Pan Pac team tomorrow.
With four of last year’s six national teamers retired or taking time away from the pool, the door is open for fresh talent behind 2012 Olympian Claire Donahue.
Women’s 200 Butterfly – FINALS Andreina Pinto tore through all 200 meters of her 200 butterfly, dropping over a second…
The Georgia women caught fire early thanks to Brittany MacLean’s NCAA Record in the 500 free, They’ll hope to keep that momentum on Friday.
Georgia’s Lauren Harrington should certainly place higher than her seed in the women’s 100 fly, and will be looking to win as her team hasn’t lost a race yet at the 2014 SEC Championships.
Georgia senior Laura Ryan celebrates senior day on Saturday, while Georgia beat Alabama to close the regular season.
Brittany MacLean went back-to-back for the Bulldogs, winning the 1000 and taking second in the 200 free to set the tone early for Georgia.
A pair of wins from Georgia’s Nic Fink helped take Georgia to the 500th and 501st wins of Jack Bauerle’s career.
Subirats and Margalis had strong swims to lead headlines in Day 2 in Auburn (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Night number one went underway at Auburn tonight; great competition for all teams in attendance. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
With Megan Romano and Allison Schmitt gone, Shannon Vreeland will look to lead Georgia to another NCAA title. (Photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)