COLLEGE STATION, Texas (February 16, 2023) – Florida has prolonged its lead after the third day on the 2023 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships, held at Texas A&M’s Rec Middle Natatorium.
Emma Weyant of Florida gained the ladies’s 400 IM with the second quickest time within the nation this yr of 4:01.18. Lauren Poole of Kentucky completed second with a time of 4:04.62, and Giulia Goerigk of Texas A&M took third with a time of 4:06.84.
Baylor Nelson of Texas A&M turned the primary Aggie to win the lads’s 400 IM with the third quickest time within the nation this yr of three:38.14. Anze Fers Erzen of Texas A&M positioned second with a time of three:40.10, whereas Ian Grum of Georgia completed third with a time of three:40.32.
Maggie MacNeil of LSU set the SEC and SEC Meet report within the girls’s 100 fly along with her high time of 48.99. Meghan Lee of Alabama took second place with a time of 51.01, adopted by Rhyan White of Alabama in third place with a time of 51.47.
Josh Liendo of Florida touched the wall first within the males’s 100 fly along with his time of 44.11. Jordan Crooks of Tennessee got here in second place with a time of 44.37, and Clement Secchi of Missouri completed third with a time of 45.08.
Within the girls’s 200 free, Brooklyn Douthwright of Tennessee captured the gold along with her high time of 1:42.64. Second place went to Chloe Stepanek of Texas A&M with a time of 1:43.37, and Micayla Cronk of Florida took third with a time of 1:43.77.
Charlie Hawke of Alabama gained the lads’s 200 free along with his time of 1:31.20. Jack Dahlgren of Missouri completed second with a time of 1:31.34. Macguire McDuff of Florida positioned third with a time of 1:32.34.
For the ultimate occasion of the night time, Bryden Hattie of Tennessee gained the lads’s 3-meter springboard with a remaining rating of 429.20. Texas A&M took the following two podium spots, with Victory Povzner taking house the silver (412.65) and Takuto Endo claiming the bronze (400.35).
The 2023 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships continues Friday, February 17 at 9:30 a.m. CT with the preliminaries for the 200 fly, 100 again, 100 breaststroke and ladies’s platform diving. The finals of these 4 occasions plus the 400 medley relay will begin at 5:30 p.m. CT. All periods will be considered on SEC Community+.
Girls’s Staff Outcomes (by Occasion #20):
Males’s Staff Outcomes (by Occasion #22):