Florida’s Sherridon Dressel, the 2019 bronze medalist, will battle with Asia Seidt (Kentucky) and Meet Record holder Rhyan White (Alabama) in the 100 back.
Kieran Smith and Khader Baqlah return for the Gators’ 800 free relay after their team set the SEC Meet Record to win the title last season.
Michigan keeps climbing. Maggie MacNeil and the Wolverines move up another spot and crack the top 5 in our pre-Conference Power Rankings
A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
Following Tennessee’s victory over Virginia, the Vols and Lady Vols head back out on the road to square off with Louisville on Thursday.
The White Team prevailed over the Orange Team, 304-285, on Friday in the annual Orange and White Intrasquad meet to open the 2019-20 season for Tennessee.
The Tennessee swimming and diving program opens the 2019-20 season Friday afternoon with the annual Orange and White Intrasquad Meet.
A lot of Tennessee’s success will run through Erika Brown, who will be a contender for three individual NCAA titles once again in her senior year.
2019 YMCA National 50 free champion Jasmine Rumley has verbally committed to swim for the University of Tennessee in 2020.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the exciting day 4 finals action.
Stanford opted to put Taylor Ruck on both the 200 free and the 400 medley relays this morning. Since she was already on the 800 free relay last night, that’ll mean she’ll need to sit out either the 200 medley or the 400 free relay, with the former seeming to be the more likely option.
Night one features only the 800 free relay – but there’s plenty to look out for, including some key lineup choices.
Sydney Pickrem of Texas A&M will be looking to win her second consecutive SEC title in the women’s 200 IM tonight.
Stanzi Moseley was an honorable mention All-American in the 50 free at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, but she won’t swim the race on Wednesday at SECs.
Led by NCAA title contender (in multiple events) Erika Brown, Tennessee’s women could be on a path to their first-ever SEC title.