The Texas Longhorns face-off with the Texas A&M Aggies in Austin this evening in a dual with both the men’s and women’s programs.
There’s not a lot of drama at the top of the women’s Big 12, but the battle for bronze could be fierce between TCU, Iowa State and West Virginia.
Tonight, we’ll see finals of the 200 back, 100 free, 1650 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay, and plaform diving.
The Texas Longhorns have built up big leads through the first 2 days of competition.
Tonight we’ll see Texas, West Virginia, TCU, Kansas, and Iowa State face off for the first individual titles of the 2020 championships.
Texas changed up the relay slightly from the mid-season relay, swapping mid-season breaststroker Evie Pfeifer for Kennedy Lohman this morning.
Sidelined after being hit by a stray bullet this summer, Minnesota breaststroker Max McHugh is back. We’ll see him tonight on the 200 medley relay.
Claire Adams, with A-final potential in the 100 back and 100 free, is a relay weapon and a senior leader for the Texas Longhorns.
The #1 class this year will be led by the #1 recruit, Kate Douglass. Check out our top 4 incoming NCAA classes for this season.
Last year’s #1-ranked recruit graduated early, leaving this class a little thinner than it was. But new #1 Kate Douglass is a tailor-made NCAA prospect with sprint speed across all four strokes – and she’s part of a monster recruiting class for one rising NCAA program.
Dual breaststroke and freestyle threat Ellie Mcleod will arrive in Austin in the fall of 2020.
While older sister Emma (above) got 3 wins at the meet and finished 2nd in the individual high point standings, Gracie was the winner on the final day.
There are far fewer professional swimmers at this meet than there have been in previous years, but two big names are scheduled to race.
Texas women’s swimming and diving head coach Carol Capitani has earned a commitment from one of Canada’s top sprinters for 2019-20.
Charlotte Hook was just six tenths off of the 200 fly NAG record this morning with a 1:56.63.