Live summary of the third day finals

2023 Grand Championship 12

The Big 12 Championship continues tonight with the finals of the 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke and 100 backstroke, along with the finals of the 200 freestyle relay.

While the Longhorns should easily win both the men’s and women’s team competition, there is a race for a second formation on the women’s side, as Texas Christian and Iowa State are separated by just 9 points heading into the day.

Also be sure to stay tuned for B Finals tonight. Several Texas swimmers are entered as show swimmers, and therefore ineligible for the final. This is true even if the show swimmer had the best time in the morning. Case in point – Longhorn Alik Filippovich He’s going to lead the 100 fly with a 46.75, but he’ll actually be in lane 2 in tonight’s final B.

Results of the women’s team – until the second day

  1. Texas – 386
  2. TCU – 202
  3. Iowa – 193
  4. West Virginia – 179
  5. Kansas – 152

Men’s team results – until the second day

  1. Texas – 471
  2. TCU – 320
  3. West Virginia – 179

Women’s 100 Butterfly – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 48.84, Kate Douglas — 2023 ACC Champion
  • BIG 12 RECORD: 49.79, Emma Sticklin (TEX) — 2023 Texas vs. NC State
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 50.77, Emma Sticklen (TEX) – 2022
  • NCAA ‘A’ cut: 50.92
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 52.35

Platform:

  1. Olivia Bray (Texas) – 07/50/2018
  2. Ava Longi (Texas) – 52.01
  3. Dakota Luther (Texas) – 52.56
  4. Autumn Lonnie (Kansas) – 53.55
  5. Jane Dahem (TCU) – 53.84
  6. Trinity Cay (Iowa) – 54.29
  7. Grace Cooper (Texas) – 54.38
  8. Leslie Sisong (Kansas) – 54.87

longhorn Olivia Bray To storm victory tonight with a score of 50.07 that moved her to eighth place in the country. This is her first personal best in the event since 2019, when she reached 50.19 to break the record for the 17-18 year old group.

Longhorn fellow Ava Longi (52.01) and Dakota Luther (52.56) Rounding out the first three positions. This is a new best for Longi, whose previous best was 52.84 just a few weeks ago. Her time has reached 31 this season, pending other results for the night. Kansas chromatic autumn He also cleared the NCAA ‘B’ cut-off with 53.55.

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Men’s 100 Butterfly – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 42.80, Caeleb Dressel (FLOR) – 2018 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 Record: 43.75, Joseph Schooling (TX) – 2017 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 44.06, Joseph Schooling (TEX) – 2017
  • NCAA ‘A’ cut: 44.82.00
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 45.57

Platform:

  1. Sam Artman (Texas) – 46.18
  2. Cole Crane (Texas) – 46.59
  3. David Snyder (WVU) – 47.46
  4. Piotr Sadłowski (TCU) – 47.55
  5. Braden Osborne (WVU) – 48.71
  6. Parker Hughes (TCU) – 49.03
  7. Grant Klatt (TCU) – 49.60
  8. Jake Young (WVU) – 49.61

A total of five Texas men earned a mark of 47.0, including three in Final B.

Sam Artman And Cole Crane He led the way in the A-final, with times of 46.18 and 46.59, respectively. This is a new personal best of 0.02 seconds for Artmann, improving on his previous best of 46.20 from December. Crane’s best of 45.61 also came from the 2022 Minnesota Invite. Crane comfortably earned the NCAA invitation in the 200 fly, while Artmann placed nearly 23rd—perhaps safe, but certainly not guaranteed—in the same event thanks to a time trial of 1:42.67 Wednesday.

In the final, non-scoring swimmers Alik Filippovich (46.63), Ryan Brannon (46.84) and Holden Smith (46.91) They all broke the 47-second barrier as well. Filipovic and Brandon hit PR, while Smith was just 0.07 seconds shy.

In Final A, West Virginia David Snyder She posted a personal best of 47.46 for touchdowns ahead of TCU’s Pyotr Sadovsky (47.55).

Women’s IM 400 – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 3:54.60, Ella Eastin (STAN) – 2018 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 Record: 4:00.97, Madisyn Cox (TEX) – 2017 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 4:01.15, Madisyn Cox (TEX) – 2017
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 4:03.62
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 4:11.60

Platform:

  1. Kelly Bash (Texas) – 4:05.55
  2. Abby Pfeiffer (Texas) – 4:15.07
  3. Lucia Rizzo (Iowa State) – 4:17.37
  4. Morgan Burton (WVU) – 4:21.35
  5. Haley Farrell (Kansas) – 4:21.66
  6. Jordan Edwards (TCU) – 4:21.69
  7. Sydney Jackson (Iowa State) – 4:22.97
  8. Aidan Howes (Kansas) – 4:26.47

Texas Kelly Bash She continued to flash her prowess, and won the 400 IM tonight by nearly ten seconds. Her time of 4:05.55 wasn’t far from her personal best of 4:04.93, which she recorded at that meet two years ago. Those times also moved her to ninth in the nation that season.

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peer Abby Pfeiffer He threw a big personal best to take second place in 4:15.07. Heading into today, her previous best time was 4:23.18 from last year’s conference meet, then she went 4:19.25 in the prelims. With the final outcome of the meet in hand, and plenty of Texas swimmers safely qualified for the NCAAs, several Longhorn women are swimming in “out” events this week.

Lucia Rizzo from Iowa achieved a personal best for third overall. Her time of 4:17.37 tonight broke her best of 4:17.46 from the 2021 Big 12 Championships.

IM Men’s 400 Finals

  • NCAA Record: 3:31.84, Leon Marchand (ASU) – 2023 ASU vs Cal
  • Big 12 log: 3:33.79, Carson Foster (TEX) – 2022 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 championship record: 3:37.72, Carson Foster (TX) – 2022
  • NCAA ‘A’ cut: 3:39.16
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 3:43.50

Platform:

  1. Carson Foster (Texas) – 3:35.49
  2. David Johnston (Texas) – 3:40.03
  3. Jake Foster (Texas) – 3:42.85
  4. Jeremiah Freire (TCU) – 3:46.14
  5. Danny Berlitz (WVU) – 3:46.88
  6. Cornel Kohalmi (TCU) – 3:51.76
  7. Tristan McFarland (TCU) – 3:54.50

It was a fairly uneventful encounter on the men’s side, but young Texans Carson Foster Uncorked 3:35.49 in the 400 IM tonight to move the pool. That jumps him ahead of Texas A&M’s Baylor Nelson for second in the country this season, behind Leon Marchand’s record-breaking 3:31.84 from the ASU vs. Cal dual meet.

Foster’s swim tonight appears to be the third-fastest of his career and the 11th-fastest of all-time, and is actually slightly faster than his time in the A-finals in the NCAAs last year.

peer David Johnston He punched 3:40.03 for second, and came close to going under 3:40 for the third time in his career. Jake Foster He finished third in 3:42.85. All three Longhorns teams have safely qualified for the NCAAs prior to this week, so look for them to go faster in the NCAAs — all three were final-A finalists last year.

behind the trio of longhorns, Jeremiah Freire From texas christian postponed Danny Berlitz From West Virginia down the stretch, she placed fourth in 3:46.14 to Berlitz’s 3:46.88. Both men were faster, with Berlitz going an NCAA qualifier 3:41.45 while swimming for Michigan two years earlier.

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Women’s 200 Freestyle – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 1:39.10, Missy Franklin (CAL) – 2015 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 log: 1:42.38, Kelly Bash (TEX) – 2022 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 championship record: 1:42.70, Kelly Bash (Tex) – 2021
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:42.84
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 1:45.42

Men’s 200 Freestyle Finals

  • NCAA Record: 1:29.15, Dean Farris (HARV) – 2019 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 Record: 1:29.50, Townley Haas (TEX) – 2018 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 1:32.01, Ricky Berens (TEX) – 2009
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:31.98
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 1:33

Women’s 100m breaststroke – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 55.73, Lilly King (IU) – 2019 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 Record: 56.88, Anna Elendt (TX) – 2022 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 57.35, Anna Elendt (TEX) – 2022
  • NCAA ‘A’ cut: 58.10.0000
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 59.87

Men’s 100 Breaststroke – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 49.69, Ian Finnerty (IU) – 2018 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 log: 50.49, Caspar Corbo (TEX) – 2022 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 tournament record: 50.96, Caspar Corbo (TX) – 2022
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 51.40.00
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 52.20

Women’s 100 Backstroke – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 48.74, Kathryn Berkoff (NCSU) – 2022 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 Record: 50.51, Claire Adams (TX) – 2020 Big 12 Championships
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 50.51, Claire Adams (TX) – 2020
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 50.89.00
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 52.46

Men’s 100 Backstroke – Finals

  • NCAA Record: 43.35, Luca Urlando (UGA) – 2022 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 Record: 44.35, John Shbat (TX) — 2017 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 tournament record: 44.95, Alvin Jiang (TEX) – 2020
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 44.79.00
  • 2022 NCAA Invitational Time: 45.87

Women’s 200 Free Relay – Timed Finals

  • NCAA Record: 1:24.47, Virginia — 2022 ACC Championship
  • Big 12 Record: 1:26.84, Texas – 2018 Texas Hall of Fame Invitational
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 1:27.97, TEXAS – 2021
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:28

Men’s 200 Free Relay – Timed Finals

  • NCAA Record: 1:14.08, Auburn – 2009 NCAA Championships
  • Big 12 Record: 1:14.41, Texas – 2022 NCAA Tournament
  • Big 12 Championship Record: 1:15.76, TEXAS – 2021
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:16.80

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