Michael Chadwick of Mizzou posted a blistering 22.32 long course 50 freestyle this morning to grab the top seed.
Video by Coleman Hodges. Tennessee kicked off their busy travel weekend at Missouri for a quick dual meet against the…
Chase Kalisz (above) has a monster breaststroke leg… come to think of it, his other three legs aren’t too shabby.
The Tennessee Volunteers cruised to road SEC victories over LSU Saturday, with the Tennessee men coming down with a clean sweep of all 16 events.
With three national public school records, the boys from Chesterton High School stood out as the obvious choice for the 2014 Swammy Award.
The North Carolina State men came from behind to steal the Nike Cup title from the host UNC Tar Heels Saturday night, led by a dominating 400 free relay win. (Archive Photo from 2014 ACC Championships).
With just one session to go in the 2014 Nike Cup Invite, the Tennessee women are once again in great shape for the team title, while NC State looks to make a run at the men’s leader UNC.
Faith Johnson was a key to UT’s early success in the 2014 Nike Cup
It was a good week for Tennessee in the SEC Weekly Awards department, as the Vols took home 4 of the 6 honors.
Molly Hannis of Tennessee rocked the 100 breaststroke with a wicked 1:00.31 to beat her previous season best of 1:00.84 and rank her second overall in the nation behind Rachel Nicol. Hannis’ breaststroke talents gave her a huge lead over second place finisher Annie Lazor from Auburn who touched in behind Hannis in 1:02.08.
The Georgia Bulldogs earned half of the SEC’s weekly swimming & diving awards this week, including Female Swimmer of the Week from Amber McDermott (pictured).
Indiana claimed the men’s and women’s titles at the Tennessee triangular, getting triple wins from two of its young freestylers.
North Carolina sophomore Hellen Moffitt has already emerged in early October, swimming a lifetime best (and nation-leader) in the 100 backstroke against Tennessee on Friday.
Freshman Sam McHugh won two titles and broke two pool records for Tennessee, as several professional athletes from SwimMAC made appearances at the Tennessee-Queens dual meet.
Tyler Clary says he has never been sharper and he is right: he crushed the entire race, more importantly, his second…