Houston’s team win was fueled by a couple key events where they swept Arkansas.
Hopkin, coming off of making the World Champs 50 free final this summer, also won the 50 free with a time of 22.57 and the 100 fly with a time of 54.84.
Hayes went a 24.70 to win the men’s 50 fly, a lifetime best by fourteen hundredths. He was less than a tenth ahead of second place.
Great Britain native Anna Hopkin of Arkansas swam the 2nd-fastest 100 freestyle so far in the NCAA season tonight at the Mizzou Invite in 47.05.
Kentucky’s Bailey Bonnett blasted an SEC-leading 2:12.22 to win the women’s 200 breast.
Sydney Angell won the 100 breast with a 1:03.69, while freshman Kobie Melton won the 100 back with a 56.14.
Springfield Glendale will be the first team listed as MSHSAA Class 1 Champions in the new, two-class era of Missouri High School Girls’ Swimming & Diving.
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Arkansas swimming and diving head coach Neil Harper announced the signing of 10 additions to the program for the 2018-19 season.
British sprinter Anna Hopkin, who won the 50m free at this year’s British Swimming Championships, has verbally committed to swim at the University of Arkansas in the fall.
Andrea Sansores of Cancun, Mexico has announced her verbal commitment to swim for the University of Arkansas next fall.
Kobie Melton from Alabama’s Athens High School and Huntsville Swim Association has verbally committed to the University of Arkansas for 2018-19.
Lexi Ljunggren, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from East Grand Forks, Minnesota, has verbally committed to swim for the University of Arkansas next fall.
Rachel Rodriguez of San Antonio, Texas has verbally committed to the University of Arkansas for 2018-19.