The final session of the IU Invitational will include the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, and 400 free relay. Results from the distance session will also be included.
Zach Apple (IU) was off his #2 in the nation time from this morning, but still managed to get his hand on the wall first, tocuhing in 42.44
Jacob Molacek swam it all this weekend, including the 100 free, 100 fly, 100 back, and 200 IM, an event that he said has been “a monkey on his back” for quite some time
Of note, from the B-heat Bailey Andison raced to a time of 4:05.44, which would have easily won the A-final had she not qualified 9th in the morning.
Mallory Comerford (Louisville) swam a 47.04, which would be the fastest time in the nation this year, if not for her season best of 46.96
After setting the #1 time in the nation last weekend in 1:33.75, Indiana’s Mohamed Samy did again tonight in the men’s 200 free, dipping under 1:33 in a time of 1:32.97
Both Men’s and Women’s Relays came down to the anchor for victory, and both put up nation leading times
Elise Haan of the Wolfpack lowered her prelim season-best of 51.55 down to 51.24 to win tonight’s women’s 100 back final
Grace Oglesby and Mallory Comerford went 1-2 for Louisville in the women’s 100 fly, with Oglesby breaking 51 seconds for the first time in 50.75
Watch the action from Night 2 of the IU Invite in Bloomington, including Lilly King’s near American Record
For the wolfpack’s part, they started the session by winning both the women’s and men’s 200 medley relays
NC State freshman Sophie Hansson improved on her prelim best time by 0.16 to take 2nd in 58.44
Lilly King unleashed the fastest swim of the season by a wide margin to win the women’s 100 breast in 56.43, coming less than two-tenths off her NCAA and American Record of 56.25
The NC State men and women both started the night off with victories in the 200 medley relay
Kromo looked like she had the 50m fly victory in her pocket, but a last nanosecond surge from Sjostrom sealed the gold for the Swede.