Virginia will have at least one A-finalist in each of the five individual events while Texas, NC State, and Cal will see 4 swimmers in the A-final.
The Louisville Cardinals pulled off a 2-point upset, breaking NC State’s 6-year conference championship string on Saturday night.
Houston won their 5th-straight AAC championship title this weekend, clearing runner-up SMU by 255.5 points.
Tulane senior Kate McDonald had a huge swim in the 100 breast, winning the race decisively.
The University of Florida 9th-straight SEC Championship in men’s swimming & diving highlighted a wild night around the country in college swimming.
With nine NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving championship meets this weekend, we want to highlight all the action from Thursday
In an AAC Champs with a smaller field than we’re used to, the Houston women and SMU men have jumped out to early leads after the 1st day of competition.
Houston women will face SMU, Cincinnati, and Tulane as they aim for their 5th straight AAC Championship title. The men’s title is between SMU and Cincinnati.
The swim shaved .20 seconds off her previous best of 2:12.84, which she swam exactly one year ago.
Houston fourth-year Ioanna Sacha had a standout performance on Senior Day, winning three individual events while swimming on the victorious 200 medley relay.
The Cougars recorded wins in 13 of the 16 events.
Ioanna Sacha had one win and two runner-up finishes in Houston’s win over SMU on Friday.
Leehy’s time currently stands as the #5 time in the NCAA this year (as of the time this was posted).
Texas sophomore Ethan Harder won the 200 back final in 2:03.91 on Saturday morning at the 2020 U.S. Open in San Antonio.