After winning the men’s 50 free and 100 back earlier in the meet, Cam Auchinachie will look to keep the momentum rolling today in the 100 free.
Destin Lasco was the breakout star for the Cal Bears last season, scoring 49 NCAA points as a freshman.
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We’re set for an exciting battle in the men’s 400 free between Lakeridge Swim Team’s Luke Hobson and Rosebowl Aquatics’ Trenton Julian.
The women’s 100 breast will give us our first sighting of USC’s Kaitlyn Dobler, who is the top seed in 1:06.29.
200 fly champion Justina Kozan is the top seed in the women’s 200 free.
Julian is the top seed in the men’s 200 fly (1:55.35), 100 fly (51.70), 200 IM (1:59.21), 200 free (1:47.50), and 400 free (3:49.47).
Gabe Castaño broke his 50 free Mexican National Record again with a 22.01, tying the FINA ‘A’ cut and making him eligible to represent Mexico at the Olympics.
Irvine Novaquatics’O’Dell dropped a total of about 4.5 seconds in the 400 meter IM that the Swim Meet of Champions in Mission Viejo for a time of 4:51.46.
Three-time Olympian Kasia Wasick posted the fastest 50 free time this morning in Mission Viejo (24.77), followed by Team Elite’s Linnea Mack (24.97).
Mack would have gone into the 100 back and 50 free and 5th and 3rd seeds, respectively but has opted out of both events.
Several swimmers nabbed Wave II cuts, while the Scottsdale women and the Austin men walked as the Des Moines champions after the final day of the Spring Cup.
Greater Somerset YMCA’s Matt Fallon finished atop the results in four different boys’ events: 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM and 400 IM.
The Scottsdale women and Austin Swim Club men lead heading into the final day of the Des Moines Spring Cup, with only a point between the top 2 men’s teams.