Claire Curzan was the top qualifier in both the 100 fly and 100 back this morning, but she’ll be challenged by Torri Huske and Katherine Berkoff in each.
This morning’s prelims session will feature the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back.
San Jose State hosted Stanford for a women’s dual meet on Friday, falling to the Cardinal in a 162-63 decision.
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Maximus Williamson (pictured above) and Justina Kozan are the lone athletes to qualify for this year’s U.S. National Junior Team roster in four events.
Claire Curzan is one of the top NCAA prospects of all-time, and she leads a recruiting class that includes four of our top ten recruits nationally.
Led by Claire Curzan, the Stanford Cardinal have an unmatched freshman class this season that will help propel them back into national title contention.
Olympian Claire Curzan leads a very strong incoming NCAA recruiting class, headed by two TAC Titans teammates in the #1 and #2 spots.
The swim comes in under Stewart’s previous mark of 53.99, which he swam in April at the International Team Trials.
Texas A&M commit Baylor Nelson highlights the 2022 Mel Zajac Jr. Invitational roster, and he will be swimming the 100/200 free, 200/400 IM, and 200 back.
Claire Curzan has already been a 56.89 this year in the 100 LCM butterfly going 2 for 2 in wins at the Pro Swim Series stops.
Regan Smith and Hali Flickinger, the Tokyo Olympic silver and bronze medalists, lead the field looking to make the 2022 Worlds team in the 200 fly.
Stanford Commit Lucy Bell and NC Commit Quintin McCarty both finished the Austin Speedo Sectionals with five individual wins apiece.
After setting a best time in the 400 IM yesterday, Stanford commit Lucy Bell broke 52 for the first time to set a personal best in the 100 fly.
Bell, a Stanford commit for the Class of 2026, swam a time that would have ranked her #2 on the Trees this season behind now-retired swimmer Brooke Forde.