The University of Louisville men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams open their home slate at the Ralph Wright Natatorium this weekend with a dual meet against the University of Michigan.
Abbie Dolan was a key player in the win, bringing home 3 individual victories. In the 200 free, Dolan and Louisville’s NCAA champ Mallory Comerford were separated by just a hundredth.
After her breakout year both on the NCAA and the world stage last year, the sky is really the limit for Mallory Comerford, who will rematch some of the best swimmers in history in the freestyle events.
Ryan Murphy will be in action on day 3 in the men’s 200 back.
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford won three events to lead the Cardinals over the Hoosier women by a score of 171-129.
On the women’s side, breaststroker Andee Cottrell took on an individual triple, collecting a pair of wins and a 2nd place finish.
Louisville men’s and women’s teams have taken commanding leads on the first day of competition at the Louisville Invitational, but there are still two days of competition remaining.
Mallory Comerford is a rangy freestyler who will lead the way for Louisville as a sophomore this year.
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Kelsi Worrell hit the fourth-fastest 100 fly of all-time to start a three-event run of ACC Championships for Louisville on day 3.
Louisville’s Andee Cottrell is the top qualifier in the women’s 100 breaststroke.
Leah Smith and the Virginia Cavalier chase their 9th consecutive ACC title in a meet that could see conference, NCAA and even American records challenged.
The Louisville Cardinal women have had their rise into the NCAA’s upper tier powered by their current upperclassmen – Kelsi Worrell and Andee Cottrell (pictured), among others – but it’s their freshman class that has them looking even more exciting in 2015-2016.
Andee Cottrell blasted a new NCAA-leading 200 breast time as the Louisville Cardinals took home the trophy at the women’s SMU Classic.
The Louisville Cardinals were unstoppable on night 1 of the 2015 Women’s SMU Classic, hitting the NCAA’s first automatic relay qualifying standard of the year and winning 7 of 9 events to take the early lead.