World record holder Summer McIntosh is top seed in the 400 IM and aims to double up on event wins and meet records after winning the 400 free yesterday.
Regan Smith is set to take on the 400 IM & 100 backstroke double on the 3rd day of the 2023 U.S. Open. Smith was 5th in the 200 IM final yesterday.
Led by Maurer, the Trojans had impressive performances across the board at the Texas Invite, including the women earning NCAA ‘A’ cuts in all five relays.
Gretchen Walsh had a sensational weekend at the Tennessee Invite, but which of her superlative swims tops our list of top 10 women’s swims from midseason?
Several teams that struggled last year are seeing newfound success and big time drops during the early stages of the 2023-24 NCAA season.
USC’s Minna Abraham showed out in Austin, swimming a new program record in the 200 Free (1:41.38) that was previously held by Trojan legend Louise Hansson
Reigning NCAA champ Emma Sticklen blazed a nation-leading 200 fly time of 1:51.50 in prelims, but teammate Kelly Pash could challenge her in tonight’s final.
Texas freshmen Erin Gemmell is slated to face off against USC graduate student Vasilissa Buinaia and USC freshman Minna Abraham in the 100 free on Saturday.
First-year Minna Abraham blazed a 1:41.38 in the 200 free at the Texas Invite, setting a team record in a time that would have won the 2023 NCAA title.
Emma Sticklen is the top seed in the women’s 100 fly after a dominant morning by the Texas Longhorns where they earned the top six seeds.
At the Texas Hall of Fame Invite, pro Carson Foster ripped a 4:07.67 500-yard freestyle which makes him the #6 performer in history.
USC’s Kaitlyn Dobler will take on Texas’ Anna Elendt in the women’s 100 breaststroke on the third day of the 2023 Texas Invitational in Austin.
So far in their second season under head coach Lea Maurer, USC is proving doubters wrong thanks to an influx of new talent.
Gretchen Walsh has been nothing short of sensational so far this season, leading the Virginia Cavaliers to the top spot in our power rankings (as usual).
ASU junior Leon Marchand claimed the 100 fly crown in 44.66, taking down Ilya Kharun’s program record of 44.88 set earlier this season.