Alex Walsh will take on UVA teammate Ella Nelson and Tennessee’s Mona McSharry in tonight’s final of the women’s 200 breaststroke in Knoxville.
The defending SEC Champion in the 200 breast Mona McSharry (above) and the defending ACC Champion in the 200 breast Alex Walsh will both race on Friday.
Alex Walsh, the two-time defending NCAA champion in the 400 IM, will swim the 200 free on Thursday along with younger sister Gretchen.
Indian River has won their 41st-straight women’s NJCAA title and their 48th-straight men’s title, racking up 1400 points with both teams.
Deans won both the 100 breast and 200 breast at this past week’s NJCAA Championships.
More NJCAA Records fell on Friday, the first of which fell at the hands of Indian River’s Gina Miller.
Indian River has doubled the 2nd-place team in both the men’s and women’s standings following day 2 of the NJCAA Championships.
17-year-old Matt Sates dropped 1.48s in the 2IM to hit 1:57.60 in Durban, cracking the top 15 times in the world this season. Sates also hit 51.83 in the 1FL.
Both Indian River swimming & diving teams pulled out the 2021 wins to successfully defend and add to their impressive streaks.
Among those from Indian River who collected wins on day 1 were Aramis Rivera and Taryn Dailey in the men’s and women’s 200 IM, respectively.