Jake Magahey, a 16 year old from SwimAtlanta, blasted an 8:55 1000 free to break Georgia Swimming records.
Haughey is now the fastest 100 yard freestyler in the history of the Big Ten Conference.
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey had a sensational meet, swimming her way to not 1, but 2 best times in the 100 free and, yes thats right, the 200 breast.
The 24th annual SMU Women’s Classic concluded tonight in Lewisville, Texas with exceptional swimming for the month on October
She and Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey went head-to-head, flipping just a hundredth apart (22.93 to 22.94) at the 100. Comerford had the back half speed to get it done, though, touching in 47.00 to Haughey’s 47.22.
While she typically swims the freestyle leg, Comerford took over the fly leg of the 400 medley relay this time, posting a 50.73 to give the Cardinals a huge lead.
Mallory Comerford will lead her Louisville squad this weekend at the SMU Classic.
Haughey’s 55.24 in the 100 IM tops Kathleen Baker’s 56.52 from the Queen of the Pool meet by over a second.
All-American Siobhan Haughey had an impressive showing to start the season. She won both the 200 free (1:45.7) and 100 free (48.5) by nearly 5 seconds.
You’ll never guess who we ranked #1… Ok, you might. But there are a few interesting offseason shake-ups, including one team outside the top 10 last year bringing in two impact transfers to surge towards the top 5.
L’une des tendances les plus marquantes des courses de natation qui viennent de s’achever aux Universiades de Taipei, a été la réalisation de performances parfois très élevées en séries et (pour le sprint de nage libre) en demi-finales. C’est une constatation récurrente, que font ce qu’intéresse la natation, que cette quasi-obligation de nager vite dès les épreuves qualificatives.
Siobhan Haughey will be one of Michigan’s biggest scoring threats this season, with the potential to become a triple A finalist at NCAAs.
Ali Deloof will compete for gold in tonight’s 50 back final.
The women’s 200 breast final has five women qualified within eight tenths of a second at the top, led by Japan’s Kanako Watanabe.
Kosuke Hagino will hit the water in the men’s 200 back prelims on day 5 in Taipei.