The final day of the 2023 Art Adamson Invite is now in the books. Day 3 finals featured the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 1650 free, and 400 FR.
Nelson punched an A cut in the 400 IM to earn a return ticket to the NCAA Championships. Texas A&M leads both point standings after day 2.
LSU scratching their medley relays means that we won’t get the opportunity to see Maggie MacNeil swim backstroke at her final NCAA Championship meet.
The addition of all-World swimmer Maggie MacNeil has made a difference for the Tigers, but that’s not the whole story: on Wednesday, they added a relay qualification without their 5th year star.
Florida State won the men’s meet in a 180-120 decision while LSU won the women’s meet 180.5-119.5.
In one of the more unexpected swims of the meet, Alabama distance star Kensey McMahon won the women’s 200 fly decisively, speeding to a 1:56.97.
After Auburn won decisively against LSU last Thursday, LSU’s Maggie MacNeil and Brooks Curry hopped on a flight to Toronto to race at the FINA World Cup.
MacNeil has already started breaking LSU program records, taking down the 100 back and 100 free marks yesterday.
Machine Aquatics sprinter Reagan Osborne has made a verbal commitment to swim for Louisiana State University in 2020-21.