Georgia postgrad Melanie Margalis swam the 100 breast this morning, qualifying for the B final at 13th. Margalis scratched the 200 IM, one of her signature events, later in the session. Tonight, she’s scratched out of the 100 breast.
After competing in this morning’s prelims, swimmers are now gearing up for the finals session, which will feature the 400 free, 50 free, 50 back, 50 fly, 50 breast, and 200 mystery IM
Leah Smith threw down the 4th fastest 800 free of the year on day 1 of the Charlotte Ultraswim.
Katie Meili and Molly Hannis have both officially scratched the women’s 100 breast on day 4 in Atlanta.
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17-year old Michael Andrew doubled up on the final night of the Columbia Sectionals to win both the 200 IM and 50 free at the University of Missouri.
Michael Andrew lowered two Sectional Records in the Friday finals session of the 2016 Central Section Region VIII Championship at Mizzou.
Lauren Votava and Jordan Stout took their second 1-2 finish and helped Rockwood Swim Club break a Sectional Relay Record on day two at the 2016 Region VIII Championships at Mizzou.
Chase Kalisz went head-to-head with North Baltimore teammate Michael Phelps, roaring home on the last 50 to win this morning’s 200m IM in 2:02.42.
The Missouri State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams begin their 2015-16 seasons at the 10th annual Show-Me Showdown hosted by the University of Missouri in Columbia on Friday, Oct. 2.
The Missouri State men’s swimming and diving team heads to Notre Dame, Ind., for its final regular-season meet of the season at the Shamrock Invitational beginning at 4 p.m. CST Friday, Jan. 30, at Rolfs Aquatic Center.
The Missouri State men wrapped up a 2-for-2 season in their ‘Duel in the Pool’ series with Drury, beating the Panthers 126-108 on Thursday night.
The Missouri State women’s swimming and diving team heads to Houston, Texas, for its first event of the New Year in a dual against the Rice Owls at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 3.
Tanja Kylliainen won the first individual event, the women’s 400 IM, with a swift 4:07.88. She was well ahead of her competition in prelims and proved to do the same tonight as her teammate Abby Chin finished second just over seven seconds behind in 4:15.03. That time for Kyllainen beat her previous season best of 4:10.89.
Paul Le may have won the big battle in the 200 back, but Carter Griffin (above) and the Missouri Tigers overwhelmed the war on Friday in Columbia.