Senior Andrew Kosic in his last individual swim for Georgia Tech.
Cordes hasn’t been close to his American and NCAA record time of 50.04 this season, sporting a time of 52.04 heading into the meet. All season, Cordes has been around a 52-flat. He won his third straight 100 breaststroke PAC 12 title earlier this month en route to a 52.18.
The NC State Wolfpack celebrates its 25th ACC Championship Title, its first since 1992.
Simonas Bilis may not be the top seed in the 100 free, but his 41.30 split from the 400 medley relay last night suggests that he has a big swim coming up.
On a great night for Louisville, Pedro Coutinho went from 8th seed to champion in the 100 fly, leading a field that included two Cardinal teammates in Aaron Young and Josh Quallen.
The Ohio State men’s squad celebrates as they take down the #4 and #9 ranked teams in the country.
Kelsi Worrell scorched a 48.22 split in the final 400y freestyle relay event to help give the Louisville women a final push in their win over in-state rival Kentucky.
The men and women Cardinals simply put the hammer down on the FSU Seminoles in an ACC Battle in Louisville.
Watch race videos from all men’s finals on Saturday night, including Connor Jaeger’s American record-breaking 1650 free.
Katie Ledecky and Connor Jaeger broke back-to-back American records in the women’s and men’s 1650 freestyles on the final day of Winter Nationals.
UCLA’s Linnea Mack is an underrated swimmer who is having a great showing at U.S. Winter Nationals.
The Louisville men hit two NCAA Qualifying Standards on opening night, including the nation’s best 800 free relay time.
Kelsi Worrell who has been lighting it up at this meet with some very fast swims set herself up perfectly for another, taking the top seed in the 100 freestyle with a time of 48.86. The Louisville swimmer broke the pool record in the process with that time, and wasn’t that far off her Louisville team record of 48.48.
Tanja Kylliainen won the first individual event, the women’s 400 IM, with a swift 4:07.88. She was well ahead of her competition in prelims and proved to do the same tonight as her teammate Abby Chin finished second just over seven seconds behind in 4:15.03. That time for Kyllainen beat her previous season best of 4:10.89.
Although no A cuts were achieved on day 1 of Louisville’s Cardinal Invite, the U of L men did put up a new pool record in the 400y medley relay tonight.