Tonight’s session will be brief with only 5 races: the 400 IM (men’s and women’s), 100 fly (men’s and women’s), and the women’s 4 x 200 freestyle relay.
The fastest risers on our final power rankings: the Auburn women, who are thriving under a new coaching staff and are seeded inside the top 10 at NCAAs.
Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson will be looking for her second consecutive B1G title in the women’s 200 back on the final day of competition in Bloomington.
The top two from last year have graduated from the 100 fly, but Michigan freshman Maggie MacNeil has been a sensation, putting up some of the fastest 100 fly times in history. She’ll lead the field into this morning after winning the 50 free last night.
The first night of the 2019 B1G Women’s Championships kicks off in Bloomington, Indiana, with the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
Stanford still leads handily with unanimous #1 votes, but the trio behind them are as close as can be.
In a crowded field featuring some of nation’s most-touted competitors, Nelson shattered her own UW school record in the 200-yard individual medley by winning the event in 1 minute, 53.08 seconds on Thursday.
Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson impressed with a 1:53.0 in the 200 IM on the first morning of the 2018 Texas Hall of Fame Invite.
Drew Kibler came up big in his first Texas Hall of Fame Invite swim, throwing down the fastest 200 free time in the NCAA while leading off Texas’s 800 free relay.
The Wisconsin Badgers opened up their 2018-19 campaign with wins on home turf for both men and women.
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Julia Stupar, who swims for Stevens Point Area YMCA and Stevens Point Area High School in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, has verbally committed to Wisconsin for 2018-19.
Holly Stoll, a rising senior at Arrowhead High School in Hartland, Wisconsin, has made a verbal commitment to University of Wisconsin’s class of 2022.
Head coach Whitney Hite has added another swimmer to his women’s class of 2022.
Hosack dominated the field to win back-to-back titles with her 1:59.47. With that, she took down Katie Drabot’s division 1 State Record of 1:59.89 from the 2013 state meet.