The men’s 200 breast is one of the top races to watch, with Auburn’s defending SEC champ Michael Duderstadt, Missouri’s Fabian Schwingenschlogl, Alabama’s Anton McKee, and South Carolina’s Nils Wich-Glasen contending.
Florida standouts Caeleb Dressel and Maxime Rooney will take on the 100 free alongside Missouri’s Michael Chadwick, as will Georgia’s defending NCAA champ Olivia Smoliga in the women’s race.
Georgia’s Chase Kalisz will line up as the top seed in the 200 IM, but Florida All-American Mark Szaranek and Auburn’s defending SEC champion Joe Patching will be on either side to challenge him.
Swimmers are set to compete in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay, while divers will compete in the men’s 1-meter and women’s 3-meter.
Senior Will Licon won all 3 of his individual events to help power the Longhorns to victory.
The men’s meet came down to the very last race, as Auburn won the final relay by a tenth of a second to leave the score at 153-147.
Auburn has won 11 straight SEC titles in the 400 free relay, but needs a better NCAA showing to improve on last year’s 10th-place finish.
Rising Auburn sophomore Aly Tetzloff, originally from Indiana, snuck under the OT cut in two races over the weekend to punch her ticket to Omaha.
Auburn swimming and diving has added seven newcomers for the upcoming 2015-16 season, head coach Brett Hawke announced on Tuesday.
Zach Apple, the best incoming freshman who has been disenfranchised by Western Kentucky University’s decision to suspend their swimming program…