Alina Kendzior won twice as Louisville’s men and women defeated Missouri.
More upheaval at the top! For the second straight men’s Power Rankings, we have a new #1 as the battle for the NCAA title continues to tighten.
Un total de 18 países hispanoamericanos enviarán equipo al mundial de curso corto de Hangzhou. Un cartel plagado de estrellas como Marcelo Acosta (El Salvador), Jarod Arroyo (Puerto Rico) o Benjamin Hockin (Paraguay). Foto de Marcelo Acosta.
NC State’s Ky-lee Perry swam the fastest women’s 50 free in the NCAA so far this season in the prelims at the IU Invite, clocking 21.80.
Ella Eastin will be among the Stanford women’s contingent heading to the Ohio State Invitational this weekend.
After winning the 200 breast, Lilly King will look to give the Big Ten some more big points today in the women’s 100 breast.
Most, but not all, of Louisville’s twelve nation-leading times were done at the SMU Classic.
Louisville milers posted the fastest times so far this season in a split with the Virginia Cavaliers.
The Louisville men and Virginia women lead after the first day of a two-day dual meet in Louisville.
Mallory Comerford won two individual events as the Louisville Cardinals topped Tennesee on the road.
Pickrem won the 400 IM and 100 back on Day 2 of the meet.
With A&M having graduated Beryl Gastaldello and Lisa Bratton, their two top backstrokers, Pickrem is, oddly enough, stepping in on medley relay backstroke duties.
Mallory Comerford won the 50 free and 200 IM as Louisville dominated Xavier to open the season.
Louisville has a good chance of moving up from last year’s 9th place NCAA finish thanks to a strong returning core.
Andy Song fired off a new personal best 200m backstroke time, which makes him the first Mexican swimmer ever to clock a sub-2 minute mark in the event.