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.
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Joey Reilman from the Firestone Akron Swim Team has verbally committed to the Tennessee Volunteers.
The Southeastern Conference (SEC) has released its weekly award winners for swimming & diving, with Florida coming out the best. The Gators picked up 3 of the 6 weekly awards including the female swimmer and diver of the week.
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.
David Heron (right) redshirted last season with an injury, but exploded in his first official meet as a Vol by breaking a 19-year old Pool Record.
Last season, Tennessee’s Faith Johnson was removed from the Junior National Team roster because she had already completed her freshman year of college. USA Swimming has changed the rules, however, so future “early starters” won’t fall to the same fate.
Michigan broke the NCAA record in this event at Big Tens, and while a second record-breaking swim is unlikely, the Wolverines hope this event can power them to a repeat NCAA team title.
Auburn’s Marcelo Chierighini (above) went 41.9 to win the 100 free, then 41.4 leading off the 400 free relay. Meanwhile the Georgia women and Florida men successfully defended their 2013 team titles.
Lindsay Gendron won three key races for the Volunteers, and for the second-straight year, they’ve upset an SEC rival on the team’s senior day.
The lady Volunteers closed out the win over FGCU and the Georgia Tech men won at home on day three of the Georgia Tech Invitational.
Tennessee took advantage of a relay DQ by Florida Gulf Coast to open up a lead while the Yellow Jacket men continued to extend their lead on day two of the Georgia Tech Invite.
After losing by 37 last year, Louisville won by nearly the same margin this year against Tennessee.