On Friday, the Tide traveled to SEC and in-state rival Auburn for dual meet action. The women were victorious, giving them their first dual meet victory over Auburn since 1996. On the men’s side, however, Auburn prevailed.
Alabama swimming and diving travels to Auburn to take on the Tigers Friday, marking the Crimson Tide’s second meet in three days.
Alabama’s Connor Oslin was one of a trio of swimmers to win the Most Outstanding Swimmer Award at the Crimson Tide’s annual banquet.
Day Two of the Bulldog Invite was headlined by Auburn’s men swimming fast in the 200 back, 200 fly and 200 breast.
Junior Mia Nonnenberg led the way for the Bama women, picking up a pair of individual wins.
The Alabama men looked outstanding in their win over Delta State, especially the team’s sprint group, though the Statesmen got in a few punshes of their own.
The Birmingham Swim League has hired University of Alabama assistant coach Mike Davidson to be the its new Program Director and Head Coach.
Georgia senior Laura Ryan celebrates senior day on Saturday, while Georgia beat Alabama to close the regular season.
A pair of wins from Georgia’s Nic Fink helped take Georgia to the 500th and 501st wins of Jack Bauerle’s career.
Jack Bauerle’s latest star could be Olivia Smoliga, who was a season-best in prelims at the Auburn Invitational.
Will Freeman, from Birmingham AL, has verbally committed to swim at the University of Alabama starting with the 2014-15 season….
The front half of Chase Kalisz’ 400 IM should continue to improve this year, especially after he won the 200 fly on Friday in a lifetime best.
Chase Kalisz returns to the Georgia Bulldogs for his sophomore season as the 400IM NCAA Champion. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig)
Chad le Clos (above) is part of a loaded field that will compete in Europe over the next month. Also on the list is a pair of Georgia Bulldogs. (Photo Credit: Staccioli/Arena)
Florida’s Sebastien Rousseau, top seed in the 200 IM, led a big day for the Florida men.