The Texas Longhorns came out strong tonight, but they weren’t the only ones.
The NC State Wolfpack are on the prowl for their third 400 free relay title in the last four years.
A Dressel-less field leaves a wide-open race for the top of the podium in the 100 free.
Texas senior Townley Haas is on a quest to make history this week in Austin by becoming the first man ever to win four NCAA Division I 200 free titles.
With no Caeleb Dressel setting the pace, the early lead (and resulting clean water) is up for grabs in the 200 free relay.
Indiana looks just as strong as last year in this event, and they will be gunning for their 2nd-straight win.
Over the last two years, Texas has brought in the #2 and #1-ranked recruiting classes, both centered around one event: the 200 free.
Tonight sets the stage for the final session of the 2019 SEC Championships in Athens, Georgia, where swimmers will compete in the 1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 400 free relay.
7 years in to their SEC tenure, Missouri has won their first SEC men’s swimming championship.
His finishing time of 1:31.27 broke his 2-day old SEC record, and now holds the #1 and #2 fastest 200 free times in SEC history
Maxime Rooney both put up the fastest 100 fly time in the country on the third night of the 2019 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships, helping put the Florida men in the lead with two days to go.
Sydney Pickrem of Texas A&M will be looking to win her second consecutive SEC title in the women’s 200 IM tonight.
The 2019 SEC Championships are shaping up to be quite the battle in both men’s and women’s competition, and the Texas A&M men appear to have a good chance to join their women as team championships this year.
Schreuders now ranks 14th all-time in this event.
Could the Gators’ winning streak be snapped this season by the likes of Tennessee, Texas A&M, or Missouri?