Florida leads after Day Two of SEC Swim & Dive

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The College of Florida is within the lead following the second day on the 2023 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships, held at Texas A&M’s Rec Middle Natatorium.

LSU earned the primary win of the night time within the ladies’s 200 free relay, as Katarina Milutinovich, Maggie MacNeil, Peyton Curry and Miaela DeVilliers mixed for the highest time of 1:26.70. Alabama completed second with a time of 1:27.21, and Florida took third place with a time of 1:27.28.

Florida defended its title within the males’s 200 free relay with an SEC Meet document time of 1:14.19 by Macguire McDuff, Josh Liendo, Adam Chaney and Alberto Mestre. Tennessee was the runner-up with a time of 1:15.34, adopted by Auburn with a time of 1:15.94.

Rachel Stege of Georgia touched the wall first within the ladies’s 500 free with a time of 4:36.31, simply .04 seconds forward of her older sister Kristen Stege of Tennessee (4:36.35). Emma Weyant of Florida captured third place with a time of 4:37.96.

Within the males’s 500 free, Jake Mitchell from Florida earned the gold medal with a time of 4:09.85. Jake Magahey of Georgia got here in second place with a time of 4:10.03, and fellow Gator Mestre completed third with a time of 4:10.15.

Zoie Hartman of Georgia gained her second title within the ladies’s 200 IM, besting her profitable time from two years in the past by .10 with an NCAA A-cut time of 1:53.58. Josephine Fuller of Tennessee was second with a time of 1:55.01, whereas Lauren Poole of Kentucky completed third with a time of 1:55.12.

Texas A&M took the primary two podium spots within the males’s 200 IM, with Baylor Nelson posting the profitable time of 1:40.86 and Koko Bratanov ending second with a time of 1:42.50. Ben Patton of Missouri positioned third with a time of 1:42.98.

With the third quickest time in historical past, Maggie MacNeil gained the ladies’s 50 free with an SEC and SEC Meet document time of 20.98. Ending in second place with a time of 21.74 was Mona McSharry of Tennessee. Third place went to Kalia Antoniou of Alabama, with a time of 21.75.

Jordan Crooks of Tennessee set the pool and SEC Meet document within the males’s 50 free together with his time of 17.93, changing into the second swimmer in historical past to interrupt 18 seconds. Florida earned the subsequent two podium spots with Josh Liendo ending second (18.39) and Adam Chaney claiming third (18.71).

Closing out the night time, Brooke Schultz of South Carolina earned her fourth general title within the ladies’s 1-meter with a remaining rating of 345.05. Maha Amer of Florida completed second with a rating of 337.85. Chiara Pellacani of LSU took third place with a rating of 330.95.

The 2023 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships continues Thursday, February 16 at 9:30 a.m. CT with the preliminaries for the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free and the boys’s 3-meter springboard, adopted by the finals of these 4 occasions beginning at 5:30 p.m. CT. All classes could be seen on SEC Community+.

Girls’s Workforce Outcomes (by means of Occasion #15):

1. Florida 502
2. LSU 378
3. Tennessee 375
4. Georgia 329
5. Alabama 306
6. Kentucky 300
7. South Carolina 386
8. Texas A&M 226
9. Auburn 222
10. Arkansas 205
11. Missouri 177
12. Vanderbilt 94

Males’s Workforce Outcomes (by means of Occasion #14):

1. Florida 542.5
2. Texas A&M 380
Auburn 380
4. Tennessee 347
5. Georgia 268.5
6.  Alabama 249
7.  Missouri 214.5
8. South Carolina 203.5
9. Kentucky 162
10. LSU 131