Mata Cocco picked up her third win of the meet with the 200 butterfly and got within half a second of the 2:10.15 Mexican record in the event.
Sierra became the fastest woman in Uruguayan history, improving upon Erika Graf’s previous mark of 1:14.21 from November 1994.
Jenny Halden of Florida State likely secured an NCAA Championship invite, making her the second woman on the team to do so this season.
FSU freshman Mason Herbet was a crucial member in the Seminoles’ win over Tampa on Wednesday, marking the program’s 4th undefeated season in history.
On their senior day, the FSU Seminoles raced to a 188-90 victory on the men’s side and a 226-48 win on the women’s side over the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs.
FSU junior Maddie McDonald was one of three women that won two individual events during Friday’s dual.
IMer Ginevra Molino from Torino, Italy is headed to Tallahassee to swim for Florida State University in the class of 2024.
Millfield’s William Ellington (right) is one of twenty English youth headed to Nice next month to race at the FFN Gold Tour Camille Muffat.
Murray comes to Florida State from the Ellesmere College program in the UK, which has sent several swimmers to NCAA Division I in the last few years.
Italy’s 14-year-old Benedetta Pilato knocked down the first meet record of the 2019 European Junior Championships, taking the top spot in the 50m breast.
Funky Trunks and Funkita swimmers Jacob Whittle and Mia Slevin qualified for the British European Junior Championships team.
Ross Murdoch will take on the men’s 200m breaststroke field on day 4 of the 2019 British Swimming Championships.