The Texas Longhorns accomplished a feat that hasn’t been done in over 2 decades when they defeated the Georgia women on Saturday afternoon.
The Bulldogs won every race of the meet, with Olivia Smoliga, Stephanie Peters, Emily Cameron, and Megan Kingsley each winning multiple events.
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Lilly King was just a freshman for Indiana University when she stormed onto the scene at the 2016 NCAA Championships.
Regan Smith shattered NAG records in the 100 back and 100 fly tonight, becoming the 13th-fastest American female ever in the back at only 14-years-old. But how does Regan choose which events to swim when she’s qualified in so many?
Lilly King took the American record in the 50 breast for the second time in two days with 28.92 tonight with the seventh-fastest swim in history.
Ali DeLoof led off the world record American 200 medley relay team with an American record 26.12 50 back to take down Olivia Smoliga’s previous mark of 26.13.
Ali Deloof blazed her way to a time of 56.40 this morning in the women’s 100 back prelims, making her the 4th fastest American ever.
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Smoliga, the reigning NCAA champ, ripped a 21.58 for the victory in the 50 freestyle.
Baker and Bilquist traded blows through the first portion of the race, with Baker taking the early lead at the 100, but Bilquist fighting back for the edge at the 150. In the end, Baker had a breakthrough, roaring to a 1:49.83 victory ahead of Bilquist’s 1:50.06.
Cal freshman Abbey Weitzeil blasted a 47.22 to top 100 free prelims on the way to an NCAA ‘A’ cut and the fastest time in the NCAA this year.
On the women’s side, Cal’s Noemie Thomas was arguably the most impressive swimmer of the evening. Thomas blasted a 50.67 in the 100 fly to lead a 1-2 finish with teammate Farida Osman (51.20).