ATLANTA, Ga. – It’s been a busy week of racing for the Auburn Tigers. Ryan Wochomulka‘s crew completed the mission. The men’s earned her third Top 25 dual win of the season, and the women’s won her sixth of the year.
#9 Auburn 213, #21 Georgia Tech 87
#19 Auburn 218, Georgia Tech 82
Saturday kicked off with stunning fashion from Auburn women. Ellie Waldrep, Anastasia Makarova, Megan Lee When Lexi Mulvigil Together they won the 400 medley relay. The battle for 2nd place between the Tigers B relay and C relay was extremely fierce. Daisy Platts, Bryn CurtisAbigail Gibbons, Polina Nevmovenko A person who beats a teammate for the win.
Emily Hetzer He launched a drastic effort with the 1,000 Free to earn his third win in the event of the season. Avery Preble When Lily Byrne I followed Hetzer to make sure the Tigers scored maximum points.
Hetzer, Byrne and Nevmovenko returned in the 500 free for yet another sweep in the distance group.
Continuing a strong day in Atlanta, Megan Lee 200 free to lead another sweep for orange and blue. Peyton Marvin And Nevmovenko gave the head coach 2nd and 3rd place Ryan Wochomulka.
Auburn, also known as Backstroke College, shows no signs of ending its dominance anytime soon. Ellie Waldrep, Kyra Maloney When Hannah Mattson Steal the show with 100 bucks, Waldrep, Kensley Merritt When Daisy Platts Took the sweep at 200.
Anastasia Makarova claimed the 100 Breasts victory for the third time this season. Bryn Curtis When Valerie Taraji But it wasn’t too late.Curtis rebounds to score his 200 chest, with Taraji and freshman Ainsley Jones The second and third hit the wall.
last time Casey Cullen The first time I touched the wall was the Tigers-LSU dual last October. Karen picked up his third win of his career when the 200 fly came along.Junior Hannah Ownby I dialed up my 3rd place effort.
Emma Steele Showed up at the sprint on Saturday. While Mulvihill finished second in his 50, Steckiel jumped free with his 100 to take his first individual win of the season.
But Mulvihill would rebound to win on the 100 fly. Abby Gibbons He also put up a good fight and finished in 3rd place overall.
After winning 200 IM on Wednesday, Hannah Ownby We did a clean sweep of the week against Georgia Tech.Ownbay paved the way Megan Lee We won a respectable 2nd place.
Nevmovenko, Maruvhir, Steciel and Tam, who closed out a dominant match, took another victory in the 400 free relay.
The men put in an equally impressive effort in the 400 medley relay. Aidan Stoffle, Ray Domicta, Nate Stoffle When Kalle Makinen Beat the field at body length or more to start the match.
Grant Davis I took the lead with 1,000 and took 2nd place. Michael Bonson Caught on the 4th spot. In the late 500’s it was Mikel Gadgard Second person to hit the wall Mason Mathias Secured 3rd place.
Gadgaard was solid in the 200 free, finishing third.but it is Christian Sturkmann The Tiger best effort man in the event just missed the win by .13 seconds. ryan husband Rounding out Auburn’s points total in fourth place.
Saturday is Nate Stoffle Lights up at 100 back.A home swimmer from Georgia ran away from his teammate while swimming on his field. Andrew Simmons When Kalle Makinen steal the crownSimmons said she turned around in the 200m and won by swimming Aidan Stoffle When Leighton Smith As Orange and Blue swept both events.
Ray Domicta has swum in five college events this season and currently has five wins with 100 breasts.junior won 200 Henry Bethel Placed 3rd in both 100 and 200. Jacques Lasle It also sneaked in a second-place effort in the 200.
All men’s 200 fly was M. Mason Mathias, Seth Mashmeyer When Evan McInerney That is. The trio swept a long version of the event. in the meantime, Aidan StoffleSohib Khaled, Rusty Jagger Stole the show at 100.
Mihalis Delyanis Suddenly there was no stopping the youngster after his first win as a Tiger against Texas A&M on Wednesday. The product from Roswell, Georgia, surpassed everyone in the pool with 50 frees to earn their second consecutive title.
Kalle Makinen At 100, he returned to his usual tricks and took the win, with Sztolcman in third place.
Simmons, Rathle and Maschmeier made their final sweep at the 200 IM to wrap up Saturday’s individual event. For Simmons, it was the first time for her sophomore from her creek, Johns, Georgia, to have her two wins all through the day.
The Wochomulka team capped off a busy week of racing with one final win in the 400 free relay. The law firms of Sztolcman, Makinen, Husband and Stoffle got the job done to secure the Tigers’ sixth straight win of the season.
Walker Creedon I love diving in Peach State. The Virginia transfer has already scored a win in Tower’s UGA Invitational. On Saturday, Creedon topped the effort with his personal best of 406.88. whit andrus When hunter kevlar They also capped off solid performances on the platform, finishing 3rd and 4th respectively.
Encouraged by Creedon’s performance, Andras set his own career-high in the 3m. At 392.63, Winston his Salem product not only secured a new personal best, but also scored his first win of the season.
Abigail Farrar She took second place with 246.83 and led the charge for the Tower women. Ashlyn Sullivan I’m caught in the 4th. Sullivan finished his second with his 3m he rebounded at 290.25 and Farrar came close to his third.