Curzan went a 59.3 100 back, Huske a 24.4 50 free and Curzan tied Huske in the 50 free final (but was shortly after disqualified for a 15-meter violation).
This morning, Curzan and Huske tied in the 50 free, both hitting 25.26. Curzan was .03 off of her best time, while Huske dropped .08.
Claire Curzan (pictured) and Torri Huske became the #2 and #4 American performers in the 100 fly while breaking NAGs for 15-16 and 17-18 girls.
Looking back at four years, three NCAA meets and one set of NCAA psych sheets, we re-score the 2016 recruiting classes by school.
Andrew Seliskar is slated to swim the 200 fly. Last night, Seliskar had the fastest swim of anyone in the 100 fly, but he put up that time in the B final.
7th-seed Kayla Sanchez has scratched the 100 back final. The Canadian junior isn’t in any other events tonight. Micah Sumrall has scratched the 200 breast.
Meehan coached his swimmers to 9 medals at the 2019 FINA World Championships. That included 3 individual medals and 6 relay medals.
5-time World Short Course Champion Michael Andrew will attend among a group of about a dozen senior-level Americans, and a large contingent of juniors as well.
Queens University of Charlotte senior Marius Kusch won the 100 fly on Day 3 of Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships with 44.81, setting new records for BMC and NCAA Division II.
Michael Andrew has already qualified for Worlds in the 50 fly, but he’s loaded up his schedule tonight to try and qualify for Pan Pacs and add to his Worlds schedule.
After tying her 50 fly American Record last night, Kelsi Dahlia will take on her signature 100 fly today.
6 different programs have season-best composite times that add up within a second of one another in an event that could turn the tides of the entire meet.
Florida senior Mark Szaranek will be looking to win the 200 IM title outright after winning tying for the victory last year, but he’ll have to deal with Auburn’s Hugo Gonzalez and the rest of a very strong field.
Joseph Schooling will be looking to recapture the 200 fly NCAA title crown in his senior year.
Queens junior Marius Kusch began the meet by taking a .33 chunk out of the NCAA Division II and Championship Record in the 200 IM, going 1:41.61 in finals on Day 1.