The University of Florida held an intrasquad in place of their dual meet against Texas A&M that was canceled due to COVID-19.
Ferraro’s swim was a best time and the top mark in the nation so far this season, bettering Danny Kovac’s 1:40.78 from Friday night.
The final prelims session will consist of the 200 IM (top seed Melanie Margalis), 200 back (top seed Rhyan White) and 100 free (top seed Gretchen Walsh.)
Florida honored its seniors prior to a 176-74 home victory over North Florida on Wednesday.
Kieran Smith dropped to a 1:43.22 200 fly tonight to win the final and get under 1:44 for the first time, helping the Gators to win the meet of Auburn.
The Florida women, who return 6 of their 11 individual NCAA qualifiers from last season, held their first meet of the season on Friday.
The Tennessee men and women swept Florida for the first time ever. Amanda Nunan set a new school record for the Volunteers.
Georgia freshman Zoie Hartman’s three victories weren’t enough for a Bulldog victory, as the Gator women defeated their SEC rivals by nearly 30 points.
The Mizzou men and Florida women each took home wins in their dual meet on Friday, where nearly 40 NCAA top-ten times were posted.
Sherridon Dressel dropped a 52.21 to win the 100 back, which is the fastest she’s ever been in-season. She also won the 200 back and 100 fly.
Jade Hannah of Island Swimming was victorious in the women’s 200 back on night one of the Canadian Swimming Championships in Winnipeg.
Caeleb Dressel will contest the men’s 100 fly on night one of the Atlanta Classic.
Maggie MacNeil was one of many Canadians who had some notable swims this past weekend in the NCAA.
Rooney posted a very strong 47.87 100 fly win, while Mabel and Rosie Zavaros won a combined four events on the women’s side.
Rising international star Taylor Ruck headlines a dominant Stanford class atop our incoming recruiting class ranks for 2018-2019.