Niamh Robinson’s sweep of the breaststroke events helped lead the LSU women to a narrow victory over SEC rival Mizzou by a score of 151-149.
The tides are turning, and we have a new #1 in our NCAA swimming & diving rankings, updated after mid-season invites across the nation.
Sarah Thompson (Mizzou) continued to have the meet of her life, shredding her previous best time on the way to winning the women’s 200 back.
Anchoring Arkansas’ 200 medley relay, Hopkin went her fastest-ever relay split over 50 yards, splitting 20.76 to become the third-best performer ever.
Arkansas senior Anna Hopkin is now the fourth-best performer ever in the 50 free, and her time of 21.19 tonight is the seventh-best performance ever.
Anna Hopkin went on to post a lifetime best in the 50 free en route to taking the top seed for tonight over Thompson and Hynes respectively.
Rematch! Erika Brown won two races against Kate Douglass in a dual meet earlier this year. They could meet up to three more times at the Tennessee Invite.
A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
The No.4/No.9 Mizzou men and women Tigers faced the Missouri State Bears on Saturday, taking down 9 Hammonds Student Center pool records.
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.
After going 22.26 in the individual event, Thompson took over a tenth off of her best in her 200 free relay lead-off of 22.13.
The Missouri and Florida men are neck-and-neck heading into the 4th day of the 2019 SEC Championships.
Sydney Pickrem of Texas A&M will be looking to win her second consecutive SEC title in the women’s 200 IM tonight.
Led by NCAA title contender (in multiple events) Erika Brown, Tennessee’s women could be on a path to their first-ever SEC title.
Alina Kendzior won twice as Louisville’s men and women defeated Missouri.