LOUISVILLE INVITATIONAL STATS Live results Hosted by Louisville (Louisville, KY) November 18th-20th, 2016 25 yards, invitational format Women’s Scores: 1) University of…
Louisville men’s and women’s teams have taken commanding leads on the first day of competition at the Louisville Invitational, but there are still two days of competition remaining.
Olympic gold medalist Lilly King came within a half second of her own American Record in the 100 breast. King won the race in 57.30, just .45 shy of the 56.85 she swam at 2016 NCAAs.
Mallory Comerford, a Louisville sophomore, already had the fastest time in this event this season, but she knocked another half second off that mark to touch in 47.36
Tarasevich won the 100 back by over 4 seconds, surging to a 45.82 ahead of teammate Aaron Greene, who finished 2nd in 50.21.
Following the first day of competition, Louisville leads the meet on both the men’s and women’s sides.
University of Louisville head coach Arthur Albiero (left) has been named the head coach of the U.S. women’s team.
Press Release Courtesy of ACC: Tarasevich and Comerford Named ACC Swimmers of the Week The pair own the top times…
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford has been having a stellar start to the season, and today’s dual meet was no exception.
Take a deeper look at Louisville sophomore Mallory Comerford’s stellar weekend at the SMU Classic.
On Day 2 of the SMU Women’s Classic, the Michigan Wolverines closed out the meet with an extremely close win over the Louisville Cardinals, with the 2 teams separated by just 1 point.
USC freshman Louisse Hansson won the 200 free and posted the fastest 100 back time of the night from the B-final.
Maxime Rooney is one of 5 swimmers selected to the team in 3 events or more. Almost 50 fewer swimmers were chosen this year than last year.
Zane Grothe will be in lane 4 in the men’s 800 heat that will be contested in finals on the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Open in Minneapolis.