TENNESSEE INVITE (DOUBLE DUAL)
- Thursday, November 19-Saturday, November 21, 2020
- Allen Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Heart, Knoxville, TN
- Double Twin format
- Outcomes on Meet Cell as “2020 UT Double Twin”
- Live Results
- Thursday Finals Live Stream
Staff Scores Afte Day 2:
- UVA 163 – Alabama 89
- UVA 139 – Tennessee 117
- UVA 120 – Alabama 137
- UVA 127 – Tennessee 127
Kate Douglass continued her dominant efficiency on the 2020 Tennessee Invite by incomes the highest time from prelims within the 100 free with a 47.77. That swim matches her earlier finest which she swam on the 2020 ACC Championships on the opening leg of the 4×100 freestyle relay. Douglass is inside attain of the NCAA ‘A’ reduce within the invite which sits at a 47.18. She is going to look to retain her high spot within the occasion tonight and is joined by Morgan Scott of Alabama (48.21) and Tennessee’s Trude Rothrock (48.81) within the high three.
Within the males’s 100 freestyle, Alabama’s Matt King and Virginia’s Matt Brownstead tied for the highest morning swim, every hitting a 42.96. That’s the quick that both King or Brownstead has ever been and it’s each of their first occasions beneath the 42-second mark. King improved upon his 43.22 from 2019, whereas Brownstead beat his 2020 earlier better of 43.29. Liam Bell got here in third within the prelims of the occasion, racing to a 43.14.
Virginia freshwoman Abby Harter was the quickest within the 200 fly this morning, swimming the one sub-1:55 time with a 1:54.83. That’s only a bit off her 2019 better of 1:54.71. She was adopted by Alabama’s Rhyan White in school-record trend with a 1:55.07. White’s broke her personal report of 1:55.78 which she set final season and may have a shot tonight to be the primary Alabama swimmer beneath 1:55. Harter and White went face to face final evening within the 100 fly whereby White completed second (51.41) and Harter was third (51.73) to Kate Douglass‘ profitable 49.79. Jessica Nava of Virginia got here in at a 1:56.58 to take third within the 200 fly prelims.
Rhyan White‘s 200 fly was certainly one of 2 top-three finishes this morning as hit the highest time of the morning within the 200 backstroke with a 1:50.64. As with the 200 fly, White holds the 200 backstroke report at Alabama with a 1:48.06 from final season. Her swim this morning is inside placing distance of the NCAA ‘A’ reduce of 1:50.50. Virginia’s Paige Madden was a second and a half behind White with a 1:52.11 and Alabama’s Morgan Liberto was third within the prelims at a 1:53.59.
White’s fellow Bama swimmer Jake Marcum picked up the highest seed within the males’s 200 again with a 1:41.10 to get beneath 1:42 for the primary time. Marcum improved his finest from 1:42.80 which he swam in 2019. He’ll look to carry off Justin Gender from Virginia who was simply 0.16 seconds behind him within the prelims with a 1:41.26. Chris O’Connor swam a 1:42.83, incomes the third seed within the occasion for Alabama.
Kayka Mota of Tennessee swam a 45.50 lifetime beat final evening within the 100 fly and returned this morning to swim the 200 fly, lacking his finest by a couple of seconds. He completed because the second seed with a 1:45.12 in comparison with the 1:42.66 which he swam final season. Mota was second solely to Josh Fong from Virginia who hit a 1:44.95. Jordan Tiffany rounded out the highest three within the prelims with a 1:45.54.
The highest seed in males’s 200 breast subject got here all the way down to 0.04 seconds between Michael Houlie and Matt Otto. Tennessee’s Houlie in the end obtained the highest spot with a 1:55.52 and Virginia’s Otto was second within the occasion with a 1:55.56. Proper behind them, Keefer Barnum swam a 1:56.38 for third. For the lady, Virginia’s Anna Keating swam the highest 200 breast this morning with a 2:07.81 and she or he was adopted by Tennessee’s Alexis Yager (2:08.14) for second and teammate Alexis Wenger (2:08.26) for third.
Test again in tonight for the ultimate evening of racing that includes the 200 breast, 200 again, 200 fly, and 100 free finals, the ladies’s and males’s 1650 remaining, and the 4×100 relay.