WATCH: Walsh’s 21.16 50 FR, Corbeau’s 20.08 FL Split And Other UT-UVA Race Videos

TEXAS VS. VIRGINIA

The first day of the Virginia-Texas dual meet was completed today, and there were many fast swims clocked, such as Gretchen Walsh‘s mind-boggling performances such as the fastest-ever 100 IM and a 21.16 50 free, Caspar Corbeau’s wins in the 100 breast and 100 IM, and Anna Elendt‘s NCAA A-final worthy 100 breast. Watch all the race videos, courtesy of SwimSwam’s youtube channel, here.

WOMEN’S 200 MEDLEY RELAY

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:36.24
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut: 1:37.02

Top 3:

  1. Virginia ‘A’ Relay — 1:34.33
  2. Texas ‘A’ Relay — 1:37.30
  3. Virginia ‘B’ Relay — 1:37.72

MEN’S 200 MEDLEY RELAY

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:23.76
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut: 1:24.42

Top 3:

  1. Texas ‘A’ Relay — 1:23.83
  2. Virginia ‘A’ Relay — 1:24.09
  3. Texas ‘C’ Relay — 1:25.70

WOMEN’S 200 FREE

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:42.84
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut: 1:47.12
  • 2022 Invite Time: 1:45.42

Top 3:

  1. Kelly Pash, Texas — 1:44.78
  2. Ella Nelson, Virginia — 1:45.35
  3. Claire Tuggle, Virginia — 1:46.28

WOMEN’S 100 BREAST

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 58.10
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut: 1:01.56
  • 2022 Invite Time: 59.87

Top 3:

  1. Anna Elendt, Texas — 58.14
  2. Alex Walsh, Virginia — 58.95
  3. Lydia Jacoby, Texas — 58.96

MEN’S 100 BREAST

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 51.40
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut: 53.87
  • 2022 Invite Time: 52.20

Top 3:

  1. Caspar Corbeau, Texas — 51.30
  2. Noah Nichols, Virginia — 51.73
  3. Jake Foster, Texas — 52.36

WOMEN’S 50 FREE

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 21.66
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut: 22.71
  • 2022 Invite Time: 22.16

Top 3:

  1. Gretchen Walsh, Virginia — 21.16
  2. Maxine Parker, Virginia — 22.06
  3. Bridget Semenuk, Texas — 22.61

MEN’S 50 FREE

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 18.88
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut: 19.82
  • 2022 Invite Time: 19.28

Top 3:

  1. Matt Brownstead, Virginia — 19.29
  2. Matt King, Virginia — 19.38
  3. Danny Krueger, Texas — 19.40

WOMEN’S 100 IM

Top 3:

  1. Gretchen Walsh, Virginia – 52.09
  2. Kate Douglass, Virginia — 53.01
  3. Kelly Pash, Texas — 53.88

MEN’S 100 IM

  • Fastest-Ever Time: 46.33 — Shaine Casas, 2020

Top 3:

  1. Caspar Corbeau, Texas – 47.72
  2. Jack Aikins, Virginia — 48.13
  3. Jake Foster, Texas — 48.20

MIXED 400 FREE RELAY

Top 3:

  1. Virginia ‘A’ Relay — 2:58.50
  2. Texas ‘A’ Relay — 3:01.91
  3. Texas ‘B’ Relay — 3:03.83

 

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JeahBrah
3 months ago

Jacoby gets crushed on her pullouts then plays catch up the rest of the length. Elendt had the same weakness as a freshman – hopefully Jacoby can improve the same way.

Andrew
3 months ago

Caspar Corbeau is quietly becoming the Swiss Army knife of the Texas squad

T-Fan
3 months ago

No mens 2free?

John the man
3 months ago

Liam bell went 20.8 unsuited 50 fly in a relay 👀

swimswammer
3 months ago

Texas men win their races, casually throw up a quick horns, and move on. Brownstead wins the 50, splashes around, and mounts the lane line.

Buckeyeboy
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

That’s the expected behavior from Virgina men. Unfortunately.

Swimmerj
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

Weird. The UVA women are breaking all time records and don’t react. The UVA men could learn a thing or two.

Swimmerj
Reply to  Swimmerj
3 months ago

I know that there hasn’t been a woman swimmer in yards whose quite as equivalent to Dressel, but Gretchen’s 50 free is like a man going 17.9, unsuited. And she stays classy about it

PFA
Reply to  Yanyan Li
3 months ago

I’d say if some girl goes 20.1 flat start before anyone else goes 20.7, then I’d say that would be a dressel like record

SwimFan27
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

UT swimmer did the same thing after men’s medley relay. Can’t blame Brownstead for getting hyped up when him and King go 1-2 and post fast times. Also, when the meet is billed to be “most exciting dual meet ever” and the crowd is the size that it is, I’m sure everyone else in attendance appreciates the emotion.

Grant Drukker
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

Ahh yes, let’s make swimming less fun!

Clown Fiesta
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

Kreuger did the same thing after the relay. But yeah, lets continue to bash swimmers for showing any emotion as we know they are supposed to be emotionless robots.

PancakeLover
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

Go look at @texasmsd Instagram.

HrSchmetterling
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

He wasn’t mocking or taunting other swimmers. he was playing to the crowd. Had he turned and done the “number 1” finger and jabbed at the Tx swimmer, than, yeah, that’d be a jagoff move. But this was just “look mom!” old fashioned fan service

In the context of “HUGE DUAL MEET, TOP RANKED TEAMS”, playing to the crowd feels fully appropriate and not at all disrespectful to anyone and not at all jagoffish

(and there may also be a “look mom” element where the guys’ team feels so overshadowed and is pulling a “Gulliver killing the rat to impress the giants of Brobdingnag” type of thing)

Marmot
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

Whoever swam the free leg for Texas’s winning Medley relay jumped way out of the water, smacked the pool water, and put up the “shush” finger to his lips.

All of the kids do this now. Doesn’t matter what team.
#readtheroombro
#salty

oxyswim
Reply to  swimswammer
3 months ago

What an unbelievable dork swimswammer must be. Probably loves the flags for celebrations in the NFL. Emotions in sports are cool and winning should be celebrated.

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Yanyan Li

Although Yanyan wasn't the greatest competitive swimmer, she learned more about the sport of swimming through scoring countless dual meets, being a timer, and keeping track of her teammates' best times for three years as a team manager. She eventually ventured into the realm of writing and joined SwimSwam in …

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