The Denver women swept the swimming events over the course of the meet, while Denver’s men only dropped one swimming event – the 100 IM.
The meet kicked off with the women’s 200 medley relay, where Denver swam a 1:39.28 to touch over 4 seconds ahead of the field.
Sid Farber was one of the standouts of the meet. He started off the meet with an 18.87 anchor split on Denver’s 200 medley relay.
Cameron Auchinachie had a hand in 3 Pool Records, including a 400 free relay record that has stood in Laramie for 35 years.
Wisconsin’s Michael Milinovich was the sole double event winner of the day, touching the wall 1st in both the 200 IM and 200 fly.
Surhoff swam to a 22.87 in the 50 free, going a lifetime best. Moreover, it was an Olympic Trials cut, easily getting under the standard of 23.19.
Adriel Sanes broke his own University of Denver record in the 200 breaststroke and also swam on the record-breaking 400 free relay.
Penn State’s Maddie Cooke added a win in the 100 breaststroke to a 50 free victory on Friday as the Nittany Lions got hot on Saturday in Princeton.
The Pioneers shaved 0.31 seconds off yesterday’s victorious 200 free relay to qualify for the 2020 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships.
We’ll get to see A&M’s Sydney Pickrem in action, as the 2017 World Champs bronze medalist is one of the highest profile swimmers, internationally, at this meet.
Kaitlyn Dobler (The Dolphins Portland Swimming) completed an undefeated weekend in her individual events.
Kaitlyn Dobler, a 16 year old from The Dolphins Portland Swimming, was a double event winner on day 1, taking the women’s 100 free and 200 breast, which were also back-to-back events.
Ryan Lochte posted a very impressive 1:58.90 in the 200 IM at the Mel Zajac Jr. International meet in Vancouver.
Gretchen Walsh blasted a 25.46 PB in the women’s 50 free at day 2 prelims in Vancouver.
Caeleb Dressel established season best times in the 200 free and 50 fly on day 1 of the Mel Zajac Jr. International meet in Vancouver.