Day 3 Finals Live Wrap-up

November 20, 2022


The last session of the 2022 Tennessee Invite is right here. We’re maintaining our on eye on 2 large races tonight. The very first is the males’s 100 cost-free, where Volunteer student Jordan Crooks came within 0.01 s of his life time best today with a 41.17, and also he can endanger the 41.0 mark tonight. The 2nd is the females’s 200 cost-free, where Kate Douglass led a solid UVA breaststroke section with a 2:03.57 today, among the leading 10 efficiencies in background.

The session will certainly begin with the fastest heats up of the 1650s, after that we’ll enter into finals of the 200 back, 100 cost-free, 200 bust and also 200 fly prior to completing with timed finals of the 400 cost-free relay.

Female’s 1650 Free– Timed Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 15:52.41
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 16:16.47

Leading 3:

  1. Sophia Knapp (Virginia)– 16:12.11
  2. Kathryn Ackerman (Michigan)– 16:16.18
  3. Aly Breslin (Tennessee)– 16:18.86
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UVA fresher Sophia Knapp took the win in what seems a huge individual ideal. She entered today with a previous ideal of 16:35.08 from in 2015, and also tonight she might have punched her NCAA ticket with a 16:12.11.

Michigan’s Kathryn Ackerman took second in 16:16.18, simply under in 2015’s welcome time, while Tennessee’s Aly Breslin took 3rd at 16:18.86.

Male’s 1650 Free– Timed Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 14:37.31
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 14:55.21

Leading 3:

  1. Jake Narvid (Tennessee)– 14:58.21
  2. Joey Tepper (Tennessee)– 15:02.99
  3. Jared Daigle (Michigan)– 15:08.67

The Tennessee males brushed up the leading 2 places right here, although neither gotten rid of in 2015’s welcome. Jake Narvid established the rate with a 14:58.21, complied with reasonably carefully by fellow Tennessee junior Joey Tepper at 15:02.99. Jared Daigle of Michigan was the only non-Volunteer in the leading 5, taking third at 15:08.67.

Female’s 200 Back– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 1:50.50
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 1:53.97

Leading 3:

  1. Josephine Richer (Tennessee)– 1:50.12
  2. Sophie Lindner (UNC)– 1:53.46
  3. Ella Bathurst (Virginia)– 1:54.40

Josephine Richer had a huge outbreak swim in the females’s 200 back, going down over 2 secs off her ideal time of 1:52.68 from prelims. Entering into the satisfy, her individual ideal was a 1:52.73 from senior high school.

Richer’s time obtains under the NCAA ‘A’ cut, and also is simply the 2nd swim under 1:51 this period. Claire Curzan holds the fastest 200 back time of the year at 1:48.50, so Richer is placed # 2 behind her.

Completing in 2nd and also 3rd behind Richer were UNC’s Sophie Lindner and also Ella Bathurst, that both established season-best times. Especially, Lindner was significantly faster than her midseasons time of 1:56.11 from in 2015. She was additionally simply over a 2nd off her individual ideal of 1:52.12.

Male’s 200 Back– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 1:39.13
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 1:40.92

Leading 3:

  1. Harrison Lierz (Tennessee)– 1:42.05
  2. Jack Aikins (Virginia)– 1:42.37
  3. Landon Driggers (Tennessee)– 1:43.20

Harrison Lierz and also Jack Aikins switched leads numerous times in the males’s 200 back. Lierz was winning by 0.11 secs at the midway mark, however Aikins took control of on the 3rd 50 and also was 0.13 secs in advance of Lierz at the 150-yard mark. Nonetheless, Lierz outsplit Aikins 26.45 to 26.90 on the closing lap to take the win.

This swim significant a finest time for Lierz, that formerly had actually been as quick as 1:42.43– a time he swam at the 2022 SEC Champions.

Landon Driggers had much faster shutting rate than both Aikins and also Lierz, completed with a 25.86 on his last lap to take 3rd. It was a huge individual ideal for the transfer out of DII Indy, improving his 1:44.57 from this year’s Austin Speedo Sectionals.

Female’s 100 Free– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 47.18
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 48.44

Leading 3:

  1. Gretchen Walsh, Virginia– 46.89
  2. Lindsay Flynn, Michigan– 48.13
  3. Maxine Parker, Virginia– 48.33

Gretchen Walsh was leading once more, this moment competing to a 46.89 100 cost-free. This swim allowed decrease from her season-best time of 47.11 from the UVA vs. Texas satisfy. It additionally makes her the second-fastest 100 freestyler this period, behind Stanford’s Torri Huske, that went 46.85.

In 2nd behind Walsh was Michigan’s Linsday Flynn, taking 0.04 off her prelims time to go 48.13. Completing 3rd was Maxine Parker, that swam a 48.33 season-best time. At midseasons the very least year she was swimming a 49.73, so this satisfy marks a significant enhancement in her development.

Male’s 100 Free– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 41.64
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 42.34

Leading 3:

  1. Jordan Crooks, Tennessee– 41.29
  2. Gui Caribe, Tennessee– 41.44
  3. Matt King, Virginia– 41.93

After swimming a 41.17 in prelims today, Jordan Crooks was a little bit slower tonight to go 41.29. Nonetheless, it was still an excellent swim for the Tennessee student, that opened up with an outstanding 19.21 opening split and also controlled throughout the whole race.

In secondly was Crooks’ colleague Gui Caribe, that surpassed his individual ideal time of 41.91 from prelims to go 41.44 tonight. He is currently placed as the second-fastest fresher in background, simply behind Criminals’ 41.16 from in 2015’s NCAAs. Matt King additionally dipped under the 42-second obstacle to end up 3rd, swimming a season-best time of 41.93.

Female’s 200 Bust– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 2:06.18
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 2:09.15

Leading 3:

  1. Kate Douglass, Virginia– 2:01.87
  2. Alex Walsh, Virginia– 2:03.93
  3. Ella Nelson, Virginia– 2:07.06

This 200 bust race was hands-down the most effective swim out of any one of these welcomes, and also it’s not also shut.

After installing a scorching 2:03.57 in prelims today, Kate Douglass controlled her means to a brand-new NCAA, American, and also United States Open document to end up being the very first female under the 2:02 obstacle in the 200 bust. Her time of 2:01.87 takes 0.32 secs off her old document time of 2:02.19, which was evaluated the 2022 NCAA Championships.

Douglass opened her race in a 58.76, which was especially simply a couple of tenths off her 100 bust ideal time of 58.14 that was established simply the other day. She after that got back in 1:03.11 on the back fifty percent of her race.

Completing over 2 secs behind, however still clocking an very quick time, was Douglass’s colleague Alex Walsh, that went 2:03.93 and also squashed the NCAA ‘A’ cut. She was much less than a 2nd off her ideal time of 2:03.00 from ACCs in 2015.

Ella Nelson made it a Virginia move by ending up 3rd in a time of 2:07.06. As a matter of fact, UVA took the leading 4 places in this race, as Anna Keating ended up 4th in a time of 2:08.01. Likewise obtaining under the 2:10 obstacle were Mona McSharry and also Letitia Sim, that were 5th and also 6th with times of 2:08.91 and also 2:09.14 specifically.

Male’s 200 Bust– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 1:51.54
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 1:53.23

Leading 3:

  1. Lyubomir Epitropov, Tennessee– 1:53.18
  2. Noah Nichols, Virginia– 1:53.57
  3. Max Iida, Virginia– 1:53.81

Lyubomir Epitropov and also Noah Nichols were divided by simply 0.04 secs at the middle of the males’s 200 bust, however Nichols activated the jets with a 29.05 3rd 50 to surpass Epitropov at the 150-yard mark. Nonetheless, Epitropov had much better shutting rate, completed with a 29.49 contrasted to Nichols’s 30.05 to take the win.

Nichols was somewhat much faster in prelims, as he went 1:52.62 (which was an individual ideal time) today. Epitropov squashed his prelims time of 1:55.90, moring than 2 secs much faster this evening.

Completing in 3rd was Max Iida, that went 1:53.81. He was simply 0.04 secs off his individual ideal of 1; 53.77 from the UNC Guys’s Last Possibility satisfy in February 2022.

Female’s 200 Fly– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 1:52.86
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 1:56.14

Leading 3:

  1. Abby Harter, Virginia– 1:54.45
  2. Ellie Vannote, North Carolina– 1:55.16
  3. Sara Stotler, Tennessee– 1:57.44

Virginia’s Abby Harter was the champion of the 200 zip a body size, swimming a 1:54.45 as the only female in the area under 1:55. Her time was a season-best by over a 2nd, and also notes her fastest non-NCAAs swim ever before in case.

In secondly was UNC’s Ellie Vannote, that cut a couple of tenths off her ideal time of 1:55.43 from ACCs in 2015 to go 1; 55.16 tonight. 3rd area was Tennessee’s Sara Stotler, that went 1:57.44.

Male’s 200 Fly– Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 1:40.20
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time– 1:42.42

Leading 3:

  1. Girl Cohen Groumi, Michigan– 1:41.40
  2. Martin Espernberger, Tennesssee– 1:42.56
  3. Patrick Hussey, North Carolina– 1:43.60

Girl Cohen Groumi won this 200 fly race by over a 2nd, swimming a 1:41.40. He was much less than a 2nd off his individual ideal of 1:40.59, and also is the second-fastest entertainer of the 2022-23 period, behind Leon Marchand that went 1; 39.57 at the NC State Welcome.

Fresher Martin Espernberger ended up second in a time of 1:42.56, vanquishing his ideal time of 1:43.53 from prelims. Entering into the satisfy, his individual ideal was a 1:46.01, so this was a big swim for him. Completing 3rd was Patrick Hussey, that took 0.05 secs off his individual ideal of 1:46.65 from 2022 ACCs.

Female’s 400 Free Relay– Timed Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 3:14.10
  • NCAA ‘B’ Criterion– 3:16.32

Leading 3:

  1. Virginia ‘A’ Relay– 3:11.18
  2. Michigan ‘A’ Relay– 3:14.98
  3. UNC ‘A’ Relay– 3:15.22

Fresh off damaging the American document in the 200 bust, Kate Douglass led off Virginia’s ‘A’ relay in a time of 47.67, somewhat off her season-best time of 47.49. Behind her were Gretchen Walsh (46.62 ), Alex Walsh (47.70 ), and also Maxine Parker (49.19) and also the quartet integrated temporarily of 3:11.18 to win by over 3 secs. With this race, Virginia has actually won every one of their double satisfy “matches” versus the various other groups at this welcome.

In secondly was Michigan’s Linsday Flynn (48.60 ), Christey Liang, Claire Newman, and also Katie Crom (49.31 ), that went 3:14.98. The divides for Liang and also Newman were not offered.

Without their ideal swimming Elegance Countie, UNC positioned 3rd, as Greer Pattison (48.55 ), Olivia Nel (48.40 ), Sophie Lindner (49.12 ), and also Ellie Vannote (49.15) integrated for a 3:15.22.

Male’s 400 Free Relay– Timed Finals

  • NCAA ‘A’ Criterion– 2:50.52
  • NCAA ‘B’ Criterion– 2:52.44