Dressel matches Sansoucie with a 44.86 100 fly

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  • Hosted by Georgia Tech (Atlanta, GA)
  • November 17th-19th, 2016
  • 25 yards

  • Participating teams: Florida, Alabama, Auburn (women only), Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Arkansas (women only), East Carolina
  • Day Two Events:
    • 200 medley relay
    • 400 IM
    • 100 fly
    • 200 free
    • 100 breast
    • 100 back
    • 800 free relay
    • Men's 3-meter diving


Women's Highlights:

  • Alabama won the 200 medley relay, and got swift splits from breaststroker Bridget Blood (27.33) and freestyler Bailey Scott(21.86).
  • Alabama's Mia Nonnenberg won the 400 IM in 4:08.30, less than 3 seconds off the A-cut.
  • Auburn dominated the 100 fly with the only two swimmers under 53 seconds. Haley Black won in 52.33, and Alyssa Tetzloff was just a tick slower in 52.44.
  • Florida's Amelia Maughan won the 200 free in 1:45.68, and Alabama's Blood won the 100 breast in 1:00.82.
  • The women's 100 back showcased young talent, where the top 5 finishers were all underclassmen. Florida's Emma Ballwon in 52.53.

Auburn has opened up a big lead with 760 points, and Florida is second with 610.

Men's Highlights:

  • The Alabama men took another relay, winning the 200 medley relay. Dressel again had probably the most impressive individual split (23.51 in the 50 breast), but for Alabama, the sum was more than the parts. Conor Oslin swam back (21.20), Pavel Romanov swam breast (24.05), Luke Kaliszak swam fly (20.08) and freshman Zane Waddell swam free (19.19).
  • Florida went 1-2 in the 400 IM. Jan Switkowski won (3:44.45), and Mark Szaranek touched second (3:44.68).
  • Caleb Dressel equaled Mizzou's Andrew Sansoucie for the top time in the nation in the 100 fly (44.86).
  • Florida freshman phenom Maxime Rooney hit the water for the first time on Day Two, and he won the 200 free in 1:34.82.
  • South Carolina's Nils Wich-Glasen had a big in-season drop to win the 100 breast in 52.75.
  • Alabama swept the podium in the 100 back—Kalisak (45.29, A-cut time), Oslin (46.59) and Christopher Reid (47.10).
  • Florida won the 800 free relay, but opted to have Dressel leadoff its B relay that swam as exhibition. Despite the disadvantage of the flat start, Dressel still had the fastest split in the field with a 1:34.60.

Alabama leads after Day Two (850), but Florida is within striking distance (807).

Day Three will feature the 1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay.


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