The first day of racing in Columbia saw meet records fall in the women’s 800 free, men’s 1500 free, 50 fly, and men’s 200 breast.
American Record Holder Torri Huske looks to top the podium in the 50 Fly, an event that fields a lot of sprinting talent but also a lot of uncertainty.
They’ve gotten some pieces back, but can the Tennessee women repeat as SEC champions without key pieces such as 3x SEC champion Ellen Walshe?
SwimMAC Carolina’s Lauren Bernardo has a lifetime best 100 back time that would have made her LSU’s highest finisher at the 2022 SEC Championships (56.06).
The ASU men and Georgia women swept their tri-meet with Missouri, with Marchand 3-3 in his events and the Georgia women winning all but 3 events.
Five-time World Junior Champion Jade Hannah joins Maggie MacNeil as the second Canadian swimmer to transfer to LSU this summer.
Several pros from the University of Missouri and the Mission Viejo Nadadores raced last weekend, tuning-up for U.S. International Trials.
Stanford’s Brooke Forde was one of just a handful of 5th year swimmers who scored more points at this year’s NCAA Championship meet than last year’s.
Gretchen Walsh had the fastest 50 freestyle split of the night as she anchored in a 20.58 to secure the 200 freestyle relay win for Virginia.
The University of Virginia women maintain the top spot in our final power rankings of the season and are huge favorites to repeat as NCAA champions this week.
Kate Douglass is the top-seeded woman in the 50 free, but the race will be primed for a showdown between her, Gretchen Walsh, and Maggie MacNeil.
Urlando held the fastest time in the NCAA before Nicolas Albiero swam at ACC Champs. The Alabama women broke another SEC record with fast reaction times.
With only 2 nights of racing left to go at the 2022 SEC Championships, the Florida men and Tennessee women seem to be too far ahead of the field to catch.
Defending 500 free NCAA champion Jake Magahey comes in as the fourth seed in the 500 for this morning’s prelims in Knoxville.
South Carolina’s Rafael Davila swept both the 1000 and 500 free on Saturday as the South Carolina men upset Missouri in South Carolina.