Shaine Cases (Texas A&M) and Erika Brown (Tennessee) both hold 4 national top times each after the first wave of college invites.
Georgia Men and the Tennessee Women lead the pack going into the final night of the 2019 Tennessee Invite in Knoxville.
A trio of women, including Erika Brown (above), Kate Douglass, and Zoie Hartmann, are in a position to make history on Friday evening in Knoxville.
Georgia freshman Zoie Hartman is now the 5th-fastest freshman in the history of the women’s 100 yard breaststroke and 2nd-fastest 17-18 ever.
UVA freshman star Kate Douglass kicked off her meet with yet another personal best in the 200 IM , taking the top seed in the event with a 1:54.30
Rematch! Erika Brown won two races against Kate Douglass in a dual meet earlier this year. They could meet up to three more times at the Tennessee Invite.
Florida’s Kieran Smith and Georgia’s Zoie Hartman headlined the SEC’s weekly honors by being named the men’s and women’s swimmers of the week.
Georgia freshman Zoie Hartman’s three victories weren’t enough for a Bulldog victory, as the Gator women defeated their SEC rivals by nearly 30 points.
The Gators will welcome the Georgia Bulldogs for their home opener on Nov. 1. inside the Stephen C. O’Connell Center Natatorium at 11:00 a.m.
It’s a battle for Texas supremacy as the #15/#12 Texas A&M Aggies host the #5/#2 Texas Longhorns – Aggie standout Shaine Casas takes on a tough Texas roster.
Tennessee’s Connolly and Brown, Georgia’s Homans and Hartman, Auburn’s Maillard and South Carolina’s Down-Jenkins were honored by the SEC.
This afternoon, Hartman went 1:00.84 to win the 100 breast, tying her for seventh in the country this season. She also won the 200 breast and 200 IM.
Georgia’s Camden Murphy, Ian Grum, Courtney Harnish and Zoie Hartman were honored by the SEC for their efforts last week.
UGA freshman Zoie Hartman swam a powerful collegiate debut as her double breaststroke wins powered the Bulldogs’ sweep over Alabama.
There’s a lot of agreement among rankers with the top four teams. After that… not so much. Stanford chases four straight NCAA titles this spring.