The SEC announced its weekly honors, including Florida swimmers Maxime Rooney, Trey Freeman and Vanessa Pearl.
Florida freshman Leah Braswell stormed to a 9:54.36 in the women’s 1000, beating out teammate Taylor Ault (sophomore), who went 10:00.38.
Alabama’s Zane Waddell won four individual events en route to swimmer of the week honors, while Florida’s Mabel Zavaros picked up six individual wins en route to women’s accolades.
Zavaros smoked the 200 fly with a 1:58.75, notching an NCAA ‘B’ cut in the process.
Primarily a butterflier, she’s incredibly versatile, and clocked wins in the 200 back (1:56.88) and 400 IM (4:16.37).
Rooney posted a very strong 47.87 100 fly win, while Mabel and Rosie Zavaros won a combined four events on the women’s side.
Rising international star Taylor Ruck headlines a dominant Stanford class atop our incoming recruiting class ranks for 2018-2019.
Leah Smith is on track to win her second consecutive national title in the women’s 400 IM.
According to Lilly King, 2018 is her “big 200 summer.” But, will she be able to hold off stiff domestic competition?
One year ago, we ranked the recruits in the high school class of 2018. Now, we look back on those rankings to factor in each swimmer’s senior season as they head into NCAA competition. (Pictured: Taylor Ruck)
Among the top swims to watch tonight is the men’s 50 free, where Michael Andrew and Caeleb Dressel will race for the title.
Michael Andrew dominated the men’s 50 free prelims at the Atlanta Classic in 22.10.
Vanessa Pearl swept the breaststroke events at this weekend’s College Station Sectional Championships.
Noah Henry lit-up the Texas A&M Natatorium on Saturday with two new lifetime bests in his last short course Sectionals before heading to Arizona State.
Southlake senior Jack Levant downed two state records en route to his team’s commanding win.