Leading the way for Texas is Kelly Pash, who won the 200 IM, 400 IM, and 100 free at last year’s meet.
First off, Texas’ Kelly Pash clocked a lifetime best of 1:51.45 in the women’s 200 fly, winning the race by over ten seconds.
Foster, and several other Texas stars, hit lifetime bests in some “off” events as the Longhorns largely swam altered lineups against the Mustangs.
Kelly Pash swam a nation-leading time in the 200 free on Friday; on Saturday, she’ll take on her best event, the 200 fly, with more fireworks in sight.
Emma Sticklen had the 5th-fastest 100 yard fly split in history on Saturday as she led the Texas Longhorn women to a new Big 12 Record.
National age group records, nation-leading times, personal bests from elite swimmers…tonight’s session in Austin had it all.
NC State clocked a 200 medley relay time of 1:33.49, nearly a second faster than the previous NCAA-leading mark of 1:34.33 that belonged to Virginia.
Pash beat out her old season-best of 1:43.40, and is the first woman to break 1:43-point in the 200 free for the 2022-23 NCAA season.
Kelly Pash won four individual events, including the 100 IM, for the Longhorns as they defeated both Alabama and Ohio State over the weekend.
This week, we’re taking a look at the NCAA related wild 2023 predictions, as well as the races that we’re most excited for at 2023 NCAAs.
Cal is clinging to its lead atop the men’s and women’s standings of the 2022 Minnesota Invite as the meet wraps up tonight in Minneapolis.
Anna Elendt and Lydia Jacoby were in a league of their own in the women’s 100 breast final.
Kelly Pash’s split on Texas’ 400 medley relay is the third-fastest 100 free relay split this season behind Gretchen Walsh (46.89) and Torri Huske (46.85).
Despite some key scratches, fans should be in store for some great head-to-head matches tonight in Minnesota, including the men’s 100 breast.