3-time All-American Tara-Lynn Nicholas came up short in her last-chance bid to qualify for the 2017 NCAA Championships.
Canada’s Mary-Sophie Harvey, who has had a great meet so far, is opting out of the 800 free on day 3.
USC freshman Louisse Hansson won the 200 free and posted the fastest 100 back time of the night from the B-final.
The SMU women defeated Tulane over the weekend, winning 10 events in the victory to reach a 153-146 decision. Breaststroke standout Tara-Lynn Nicholas won 2 events, the 100 breast (1:02.66) and 200 breast (2:17.68).
Louisiana State University won 25 of 32 events to earn men’s and women’s wins over Southern Methodist Saturday.
SMU swimmer Christian Scherubl and diver Bryce Klein earned the weekly American Athletic Conference awards for their performances at TCU.
Coming off a championship finish at the 2015 American Athletic Conference Championship, the Mustangs return a pair of All-America selections in Tara-Lynn Nicholas and Marne Erasmus.
The SMU women’s swimming team will send four student-athletes to the World University Games held in Gwangju, South Korea, July 2-14 at the Nambu University International Aquatics Center.
Kaylin Burchell (Alabama, above) comes in with a lifetime best along with a conference title in one of the deepest and fastest conferences in the nation in hopes for a NCAA title.
Seven swimmers competing in eight different countries earned numerous medals and had record-setting performances to make 2014 a successful summer for the Mustang women’s swimming and diving program.
South African swimmers based in the United States were informed this morning that they would have to cover a portion…
2014 Mesa Grand Prix-Prelims Recap Day 3: Katie Hoff Blows Away The Field In 200 IM On A Windy Morning In Mesa
With a Michael Phelps-less heat sheet for Saturday morning, there will still be plenty of exciting and even interesting swimming to go around.
5 Big Things from 2014 W. NCAA’s #1: Recruit Rankings Revisited, 2014 freshmen were remarkably consistent
An easy one to get right: Missy Franklin was the consensus #1 recruit, and the Golden Bear lived up to the hype. But how did the rest of our ‘top 10 recruits’ list hold up?
In finals, though, Texas A&M’s Breeja Larson closed the door on her second 50 with a total time of 57.23, splitting 27.0/30.2 en route to her 3rd-straight title in this event.
The Mustangs posted 18 individual `B’ standard times and four provisional relay times during the 2013-14 season.