In addition to his primary events last year, he also has potential for the Aggies in the 100 breast. His 54.55 from a time trial at Pac 12s would’ve scored at last year’s SEC championships and landed him in 18th overall.
Texas A&M’s big dual meet win over LSU produced three of the SEC’s weekly award-winners.
It was a breakout meet for a couple of the Aggie men, including freshman Mauro Castillo, who swept the breaststrokes, including a 53.78 in the 100, a lifetime-best by three seconds.
Georgia’s Male Swimmer of the Week Nic Fink was the lone non-Aggie to be honored, while A&M’s Sarah Henry is his counterpart as Female Swimmer of the Week.
The Aggie men of Texas A&M went on the road Thursday night, cleaning up against Florida Atlantic with wins in every event but the 200 and 100 frees.
Eleven swimming and diving standouts have signed with Texas A&M and will join the Aggies for the 2014-15 season, Texas A&M head coach Jay Holmes announced.