The NC State men and Women will travel to Virginia for a dual meet against the Cavaliers this weekend. Despite many teams off and preparing for midseason invites, there are still some high profile meets this weekend.
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The Michigan Wolverines will host the Texas Longhorns, Louisville Cardinals, and Indiana Hoosiers in what will be the biggest meet of this weekend.
Emma Reaney, the defending NCAA champion in the 200 breast, and the Fighting Irish traveled to Auburn for a triangle meet with Auburn and Vanderbilt. The Irish lost to Auburn but beat Vanderbilt.
If Georgia can get all the swimmers with potential to score points to score points, this season will be better than last year.
Head coach Eddie Reese and the Texas Longhorn men are back in action this weekend after an impressive intrasquad meet. The Longhorns will take on Texas A&M at home on Saturday. The Texas women will swim their intrasquad on Friday.
Auburn’s Kyle Darmody takes off on a start. Darmody and the Tigers open their season against the Indiana Hoosiers this weekend in Bloomington, Indiana.
The Gators’ Natalie Hinds popped fast swims for September: 22.49 in the 50 free, 49.08 in the 100 free (49.08), and a 54.75 in 100 fly (54.75).
Auburn junior Youssef Hammoud has told SwimSwam he will be transferring to Georgia Tech next fall joining the Yellow Jackets to continue his NCAA career.
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Texas A&M University senior, Breeja Larson, popped a 57.24 100 breast, shattering the NCAA, U.S. Open, and American records at SEC Championships!