The final day of the 2022 Purdue Invite is here and the last prelims session of the meet is in the books.
Louisville had probably their strongest showing of the night in the women’s 100 fly final, where the Cardinals had the top four finishers.
In the men’s 100 back, Davis dipped under 47 seconds for the first time this season, speeding to victory in 46.91.
Nocentini, the Northwestern record holder in the 50 free, experimented with breaststroke events in her team’s season opener and had some formidable results.
David Gerchik, a 49/1:45 backstroker from Israel, has verbally committed to swim and study at Northwestern University beginning in 2023-24.
Indiana’s Brendan Burns (above) will swim in both the 200 back and 200 fly finals on Saturday as the Hoosiers hope to hold off Ohio State.
Chidley set the pool record the 200 butterfly with a time of 1:59.74. Both the Brown men and women won the meet, while Cornell celebrated their seniors.
Heilman dropped over seven seconds to break the previous NAG by just a few hundreths, with his time of 3:51.46. He defeats Tyler Lu’s NAG from 2018.
Hosts Georgia tech dropped both women’s meets, and the men’s meet, while Northwestern came away with wins in all 3.
Brown split its dual meet against Yale, winning on the men’s side but losing on the women’s side. Yale then extended its women’s win record to 3-0.
After posting the top time during this morning’s prelims session, Louisville’s Evgenii Somov, the reigning ACC Champ, is set to take on the 200 breaststroke.
The Quakers came away with a pair of wins in the home pool on Saturday as the men edged Brown 152-148 and the women defeated the Bears, 179-121.
Indiana came away with decisive wins in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Max Hardart has announced his verbal commitment to the application process at Brown University. He has the potential to build up their distance team.
Griffin Hadley (pictured) brings a strong free/back presence to the Tennessee Volunteers this season.