The 200 fly was shaping up to be a close one, but NC State’s Andreas Vazaios remained on top as the only swimmer to break 1:39 in the final.
Tonight, it was DeVine on top as he became the 2nd fastest 400 IMer in history.
Another national record fell on day 2, with the North Allegheny boys shattering their own 400 free relay record.
Cal’s Andrew Seliskar, who won the 200 fly last season, is changing things up this time around as he’ll battle for a title in the 200 breast.
Arizona State’s Cameron Craig looks to repeat as Pac-12 Champion in the 200 free. He’s the top seed for tonight’s final.
The team battle between Cal and Stanford is heating up, with each having 10 A finalists.
Ryan Hoffer and the Cal Bears got off to a fast start as they dominated the 200 medley relay, but Arizona’s Chatham Dobbs had a strong showing with a 19.74 fly split to help the Wildcats to silver.
Jensen won the individual 100 free in 43.07 before leading off the winning 400 free relay in 42.99.
All-American butterfliers Zheng Quah and Justin Lynch put on a show for the Cal Bears in their annual triple distance meet with Stanford.
Josa won the crown in his first-ever King of the Pool appearance, while the defending CSCAA National Swimmer of the Year Baker won for the 2nd-straight season.
Incoming freshman Ryan Hoffer is a huge addition for the Bears and will play a big role on the relays in addition to being a key player individually. He’s already fast enough to have scored big in both sprints at 2017 NCAAs.
Hali Flickinger headlines the women’s 200 fly on day 1 of the U.S. Open.
The men’s 200 fly shapes up to be a three-man race at the front for two World Championship spots.
Today’s highlights included a rare tie in the 200 IM after a hard fought battle between age group phenom Michael Andrew and Georgia’s Jay Litherland.