Stanford still leads handily with unanimous #1 votes, but the trio behind them are as close as can be.
Remedy Rule had what could be considered the meet of her life, posting lifetime bests in the 100 fly (51.71), 200 fly (1:53.65), and 500 free (4:42.58)
This weekend was the second big mid-season invite weekend in the NCAA. Teams usually suit up and rest a little…
Ricardo Vargas of Michigan swam the fastest time in the NCAA in the men’s 1650 on day 4 of the Georgia Invite.
The time already stood as the 2nd fastest in NCAA history, behind Kelsi Dahlia’s 49.43 NCAA Record, and now Hansson’s time also stands as the fastest time ever in the NCAA, outside the NCAA Championships.
Three-time defending national champion Townley Haas will be up against a loaded men’s 200 free field tonight that saw six men go sub-1:35 in the prelims.
Michigan freshman Maggie MacNeil will look to defend her top seeds from prelims tonight in both the women’s 100 fly and 100 back tonight in Athens.
Maggie MacNeil became the 4th fastest performer in history tonight with a 49.97 in the women’s 100 yard fly.
Reece Whitley swam an NCAA ‘A’ cut time of 51.49 in the men’s 100 breast at day 2 prelims of the UGA Invite.
After swimming the fastest time in the country this morning in the 500 free, Cal’s Andrew Seliskar will contest the men’s 200 IM final on night 1 of the Georgia Fall Invite.
Freshman Maggie MacNeil has had one of the finest – and busiest – months of November in NCAA history.
Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil blasted the #1 time in the country in the women’s 50 free at day 1 prelims of the Georgia Fall Invite.
Siobhan Haughey, who owns the top time in the NCAA in the 200 free, will be competing for Michigan this weekend at the UGA Fall Invite.
Indiana’s Lilly King will take on NC State’s Sophie Hansson in tonight’s women’s 100 breast final at the IU Invite.
Maggie MacNeil went 50.09 in the 100 fly last weekend, proving that while we often overestimate long-course-to-short-course conversions, we can sometimes underestimate them, too.