Kosuke Hagino will hit the water in the men’s 200 back prelims on day 5 in Taipei.
USA Swimming has announced its 44-swimmer squad for the 2017 World University Games, with only two of the eligible pool swimming World Champs team members electing to take part in both meets.
Despite a controversial DQ in the 400 IM that kept her off the World Champs team, Ella Eastin will lead the World University Games team in the 200 IM and 200 fly.
Matt Grevers was victorious in the men’s 100 backstroke.
Jacob Pebley will look to qualify for his first LC World Championship team tonight in the men’s 200 back.
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Cal’s Ryan Murphy will chase his own NCAA and American Record in the 200 back after dominating the field with a 1:35.73 last season. Now a 2-time Olympic backstroke champion, Murphy will be swimming in his last ever NCAA Meet, and this could be the last time we see him focus on yards. If successful in defending his backstroke titles, Murphy will have 4-peated in both.
Tonight’s action will feature a battle between ACC Record holder Hennessey Stuart and Championship Record holder Grigory Tarasevich in the 200 back, but Robert Owen may also challenge for the title in that event.
NC State will be looking to build its lead tonight after putting 11 swimmers into A-finals this morning.
The 500 free will feature a battle between 2 Olympic distance swimmers, Louisville’s Marcelo Acosta and NC State’s Anton Ipsen, who will be chasing Matt McLean’s Meet Record from 2009.
The Wolfpack men are on the prowl for their third-straight ACC championship, and it doesn’t seem likely that anyone will be nipping too closely at their tails.
Freshman Reka Gyorgy, who was swimming in her first NCAA meet with the Hokies, competed in the 400 IM. She swam her way to a winning time of 4:17.10, winning by over 12 seconds.