Watch race videos from Friday night action at Auburn, Texas A&M and Georgia.
Cali’s Meghan Small and Beata Nelson, who earlier won the 200 backstroke by over a second, place 2nd and 4th nabbing 12 points for Cali
LA came away with 15 points in the 200 IM thanks to Andrew Seliskar and Tomoe Hvas who finished 1st and 4th, respectively
Rob Woodhouse, GM for the defending runner-up London Roar, is encouraged by what he’s seen out of his team thus far in the bubble
Lenny Krayzelburg, GM for the LA Current, is honest with his team’s feelings, acknowledging that LA’s performance last year was not up to their standard
Georgia’s Courtney Harnish earned three wins on day two of the UGA Invite, claiming the women’s 200 freestyle along with the 200 medley and 800 free relays.
After losing their monumental first match in league history to the Cali Condors in Match #1 of this season, they’re ready to take revenge
Lezak emphasizes that after last years 3rd place finish, the Condors are still very hungry for one more win out of this season.
The bottom line is this: any of the 4 teams in the finale could end up crowned ISL champions by the end of the weekend, depending on a few important factors
Texas Sophomore Caspar Corbeau broke down what the longhorns have been doing since getting back on campus, and it sounds… long
Madisyn Cox of Longhorn Aquatics won the 200 breast in 2:27.55, giving her her 3rd win of the weekend following the 200 free and 200 IM
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas was lights out at the Art Adamson Invite, becoming the third-fastest performer of all-time in the men’s 200 IM.
Texas sophomore Kelly Pash dropped 2.4 seconds to crack 2:00 and pop a 1:59.58 for a third-place finish and earned a spot at U.S. Olympic Team Trials
Nyls tells a story from the European Youth Olympic Festival, a meet that had a big impact on his career, but not in the way he thought it would
Cullen has enjoyed many highs and some tough lows. In this interview Cullen shares how Coach Bob Bowman, David Marsh and his own mother called him out…