Defending champion Tim Stollings of Findlay is the #2 seed in the 100 fly on Day Two of the 2022 NCAA Division II Championships.
The finals session of Day 1 will consist of the men’s 200 free and medley relays as well as the 1000 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and 1-meter diving.
Drury and Indy are gunning for Queens, who are seeking their seventh consecutive NCAA Division II men’s title in Greensboro.
In the first day of the BMC Championships, the Royals set three new conference records in the men’s 200 medley relay and 50 free, and the women’s 1000 free.
Queens University of Charlotte, the 5x defending NCAA Division II national champions, lead in both the women’s and men’s Swimulator rankings mid-2021-22.
In fact, Queens won every event on day 1 of the meet, going 1-2 in many cases.
16 year old Hannah Bellard from Club Wolverine swam to a best time in the 500 freestyle placing her 28th all time in USA Swimming 15-16 age group rankings.
Alex Kunert of Queens is one of the top seeds in the men’s 200 IM on the first day of competition in Birmingham.
The Royals won 11 events en route to a dominating performance against the Wildcats. Queens won the meet 153-65 behind Dmytro Sydorchenko.
The first day of the 2019 Charlotte Ultra Meet showcased all four 50s as well as the women’s 800 and the men’s 1500 meter freestyles.
Craig last competed at the 2018 NCAA Championships in March of 2018.
Day 1 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division II Men’s Championships.
14-year old Claire Tuggle (above) was one of three high-point award winners at Junior Nationals.
The fifth and final day of prelims will feature the 200 IM, 50 free, women’s 1500, and men’s 800.
Will Grant is the top seed heading into the men’s 100 back final in Irvine.