Smoliga shined for the Bulldogs, but her team came up just short against a rock-solid Texas A&M team.
The men’s 200 breast is one of the top races to watch, with Auburn’s defending SEC champ Michael Duderstadt, Missouri’s Fabian Schwingenschlogl, Alabama’s Anton McKee, and South Carolina’s Nils Wich-Glasen contending.
Chase Kalisz swam just one individual event against the Emory Eagles on Saturday, winning the 100 back, but Georgia’s depth was more than enough
The Georgia Bulldogs get back to their winning ways, besting the Tennessee Volunteer men’s and women’s teams on the road in Knoxville.
Georgia’s swimming and diving teams will open their seasons against North Carolina on Friday at 2 p.m in the Maurice J. Koury Natatorium in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Olympian Olivia Smoliga was a difference-maker in 2016, but the Bulldogs face a heightened NCAA challenge in 2017.
Indiana’s Haley Lips (above) is the 10th seed overall in the 1650 free, which makes her the second-fastest seed to swim in the early heats.
All-American Hali Flickinger is part of a Georgia roster that has been among the NCAA’s deepest the past several seasons.
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Brittany MacLean is the defending NCAA champ in the 500 and 1650 frees and one of the most dangerous Bulldogs on Georgia’s roster.
Simonas Bilis (pictured) won three times, and his teammate Christian McCurdy broke a pool record to beat Georgia star Chase Kalisz in the 200 fly.
Georgia freshman Kylie Stewart won her first individual event as a Bulldog on Wednesday.
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An easy one to get right: Missy Franklin was the consensus #1 recruit, and the Golden Bear lived up to the hype. But how did the rest of our ‘top 10 recruits’ list hold up?
Elizabeth Beisel looks to end her final day at the NCAA Championships a winner, but a studly group of sophomores including defending champ Liz Pelton (above) may spoil her exit.
Auburn’s Marcelo Chierighini (above) went 41.9 to win the 100 free, then 41.4 leading off the 400 free relay. Meanwhile the Georgia women and Florida men successfully defended their 2013 team titles.