The Penn State women got off to a lead in the first day of their home dual meet with Buffalo. They won 5 of the 6 individual races on Friday.
That time from Harlow stands as his fastest dual meet time in his NCAA career, topping the 56.54 he swam at his fastest last season.
Fresh off hitting the qualifying time in the men’s 400 FR on Day 3, TAC Titans 15-year-old Braeden Haughey qualified for next Summer’s Trials in another event
Madison Murtagh, a rising Penn State sophomore, kicked off the meet by winning the women’s 800 free.
Iowa’s Jayah Mathews, Minnesota’s Chantal Nack and Penn State’s Madison Murtagh garner Big Ten women’s weekly awards.
Penn State’s Madison Murtagh, Purdue’s Emily Bretscher and Rutgers’ Francesca Stoppa garner women’s weekly Big Ten awards.
Penn State’s Ally McHugh, Christina Crowell and Madison Murtagh were named women’s swimmer, diver and freshman of the week respectively by the Big Ten.
The University of Virginia opened it season with a pair of wins that highlights the talent and versatility of its large freshman class.
Tennessee Aquatics opened the 2017 Nashville Futures with a pair of wins in the 4×200 free relays.
Finke’s most impressive swim was the 1650 free, which he won by nearly a minute in a blistering 14:37.61.