While DeLoof’s Tokyo Frog Kings didn’t advance to the ISL playoffs, she didn’t let the rest of her short course season go to waste.
Entering her senior season, Maggie MacNeil is the defending NCAA champion in both the women’s 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly.
NC State’s MacCausland, USC’s Delgado, and MIchigan’s Pyshnenko were all crucial 21.8-legs in their respective relays before their scratches.
Virginia enters the meet as the top seed in all 5 relays, although it’s tight in the 400 free relay.
Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil will swim the 100 free, along with on-fire Northwestern senior Maddie Smith. Phoebe Bacon will swim the 200 back as well.
Ohio State’s dominance continues with 13 returning swims, all in either the A-final or B-final, setting every Buckeye up for picking up double-digit points.
Schmidt swam only the 1650 today, clocking a 15:53.52.
Maggie MacNeil, meanwhile, hit 51’s in the 100 fly and back and led off the medley relay with a very quick 23.72.
We go Big Ten heavy in our next set of NCAA swimming & diving recruiting class ranks, but we also run across #8 overall recruit Abby Arens.
23.0 sprinter Claire Newman of Freeland, Michigan will remain in state to swim for the Wolverines in 2020-21.
With her best times, Housey would’ve been a B1G scorer in 2019 in the 400 IM, 200 fly and 200 free B final and the 200 IM and 200 back C final.
Fresh off hitting the qualifying time in the men’s 400 FR on Day 3, TAC Titans 15-year-old Braeden Haughey qualified for next Summer’s Trials in another event
Weather has played an integral part in the makeup of Saturday night’s finals session, with several teams opting to leave Greensboro before the worst of the winter storm hits.
2018 Michigan D3 Girls Swimming State Championships Nov. 16-17, 2018 Meet Site Full Results The finals for the D3 Michigan…
Victoria Huske broke Katie Drabot’s NCSA 50 fly record on day 1 of the Championships in Indianapolis.