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Regan Smith won the 100 back last night by hundredths over Olivia Smoliga, and she’ll look to set herself up for another win tonight with a strong swim this morning in the 200 back.
Hali Flickinger’s gold in the 200 fly highlighted a night in which the Georgia post-grad group was seen everywhere.
The Midland, Texas, native has been coaching in the Atlanta area of late, and in 2018 started training with the UGA pro group at the Athens Bulldogs Swim Club.
This is the first long course meet since the 2016 Olympic Trials for Hinds, where she represented COM Aquatics, her local club in Midland, Texas.
Hinds returned to competition with trumpets sounding as she claimed state titles in the 100 fly, 100 back, 50 free, and 100 free.
Simone Manuel and the Stanford Cardinal women are seeded 1st in four of the five relays at NCAAs. They’re seeded second in the other.
Cal’s Farida Osman is the top seed in the 50 free at NCAA’s and will certainly challenge Lara Jackson’s NCAA record of 21.27.
With Simone Manuel redshirting this season for Stanford, look for Manuel’s teammate and top-seed Lia Neal to take home the win in the 100 freestyle at NCAA’s.
After winning her third straight ACC title in the 100 fly in February, Louisville Cardinal Kelsi Worrell will look to repeat as the NCAA Champion.
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean (pictured) and Hali Flickinger could each win their third individual title of the 2016 SEC meet as Georgia aims to track down Texas A&M and Tennessee on the final night of action.
It’s the final day of competition at the 2016 SEC Championships and the race for a team championship on both the men’s and women’s sides is still a close one.
Jungbluth and the Gators have had some big wins in the sprint events this year at SECs, including the Gators’ first 200 free relay victory since 2002.
Caeleb Dressel blasted an inconceivable 18.23 in finals of the 50 free tonight to reset his hours-old American, NCAA, and U.S. Open records.