Alabama won their first meet of the Coley Stickels era, but the Crimson Tide’s new head coach named the meet a “Wakeup Call” for some of his athletes.
Despite a coaching change for Alabama, the Crimson Tide will still open up the fall NCAA dual meet schedule with their annual tilt with Delta State on Friday.
King, one of the top sprinters in the entire class of 2024, had initially verbally committed to Indiana in January of this year.
Scott, a 24.1/51.9 backstroker, comes in with a 100 back time faster than the Alabama program record. She’s the second IU to Alabama transfer this year.
Jake Johnson set a meet record and had five individual wins at the 2019 Mid Atlantic LC Senior Championship at Bucknell University.
Reicherter is part of a backstroke heavy class joining a Hoosiers team that won a Big Ten Championship with only two backstroke scoring swims.
Avery Williams is another sprinter commitment for Indiana as the Hoosiers work to rebuild their freestyle group.
Gabhart is the second Indiana freshman from Bloomington South High School to seek a transfer.
Three days after Morgan Scott entered the NCAA transfer portal, freshman teammate Julia Wolf has followed suit.
With Scott’s transfer, Indiana will have to replace the first 3 legs of their top-4 medley relays next season.
The Cal Bears come in with the fastest time this season in the 400 medley relay, and they appear to be the favorites to put an end to Stanford’s winning streak in this event.
46.3% of IU’s individual points came from just 4 of the 16 individual events.
Virginia junior Morgan Hill improved her time in the 100 fly this season by over 4 seconds, culminating in an ACC title win by .01 seconds on Friday. She also won the 50 free by .01 seconds on Thursday.
Siobhan Haughey will aim to defend her B1G title in the women’s 200 IM tonight in Bloomington.
Siobhan Haughey won all three of her events as the Michigan women handled Indiana, while the Hoosier men defended home turf against the visiting Wolverine men.