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Casas, Keil Headline SEC Swimming & Diving Athletes of the Week


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Males’s Swimmer of the Week: Shaine Casas, Texas A&M Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas, a junior from McAllen, Texas, posted NCAA A-cut instances in all 4 occasions he competed in on the First Probability Invite. Casas owns the highest time nationally within the 100 again (44.40), the 200 again (1:36.54) and the 200 IM (1:40.52) and is second within the 400 IM (3:38.22).

Males’s Diver of the Week: Carlo Lopez, Missouri Missouri’s Carlo Lopez, a sophomore from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, swept each springboard occasions because the Tigers defeated TCU, 183.5-113.5. Lopez took first on 1-meter with a rating of 314.93 earlier than finishing the sweep with a win on 3-meter with 352.73 factors. The wins had been the fourth and fifth of his profession.

Males’s Freshman of the Week: Daniel Wilson, Missouri Missouri’s Daniel Wilson, a freshman from Norman, Okla., helped the Tigers open the 2020-21 season with a 183.5-113.5 win over TCU on Oct. 16. Wilson tied for second within the 50 free with a time of 20.57, and in addition tied for fourth within the 100 free in 44.73. He additionally swam the 100 fly in exhibition in 49.14, a time that will have ranked him third general within the occasion.

Ladies’s Swimmer of the Week: Megan Keil, Missouri Missouri’s Megan Keil, a junior from Derby, Kan., gained three particular person occasions as Mizzou opened the 2020-21 marketing campaign with a 193-100 win over TCU on Oct. 16. Keil earned prime honors within the 50 free and 100 free and tied for first within the 100 fly. Her 50 free time of 22.18 was solely 0.11 off her private greatest and the quickest time within the nation this yr. She additionally ranks second nationally within the 100 free (49.67) and fourth within the 100 fly (54.96).

Ladies’s Diver of the Week: Sarah Rousseau, Missouri Missouri’s Sarah Rousseau, a junior from Melbourne, Fla., gained each diving occasions in Mizzou’s season-opening win over TCU, 193-100. Rousseau posted 284.10 factors to win the 1-meter crown, and compiled 302.78 factors on the 3-meter the entire the springboard sweep. Rousseau now owns six profession titles.

Ladies’s Freshman of the Week: Kaylee Williams, Kentucky Kentucky’s Kaylee Williams, a freshman from Howell, Mich., earned first place within the 1,000 freestyle in opposition to Vanderbilt with a prime time of 10:13.91 for her collegiate debut. Her time within the occasion is at the moment the fifth greatest within the nation. Williams additionally swam exhibition within the 200 fly (2:08.56), the 200 free (1:54.66), the 500 free (5:00.34) and the 400 free relay (3:35.11 – :56.01 anchor cut up).