Atlanta, Ga. It was a busy week for the Auburn Tigers, however Ryan WochomurkaHe performed his staff duties efficiently. The men won their third Top 25 win while the women won their sixth of the year.
#9 Auburn 213, #21 Georgia Tech 87
#19 Auburn 218, Georgia Tech 82
Saturday began with fashion dominating for the Auburn women. Ellie Waldrep, Anastasia Makarova, Meghan Lee And Lexi Mulvihill Combined with a win in the 400 relay. It was a close race between the Tiger’s B and C relays for the second time and it was in the end. Daisy Platts, Brian CurtisAbigail Gibbons and Polina Nevmovenko He led his team to victory.
Emily Heitzer She began her effort in the 1,000 free to win for the third time this season. Averee Preble And Lily Burn Hetzer followed to make sure the Tigers claimed the top score.
Hetzer, Byrne and Nevmovenko returned in the 500 free to take another qualifier for the distance team.
Following her strong day in Atlanta, Meghan Lee Lead another swipe for 200 free oranges and blues. Peyton Marvin And Nevmovenko brought the second and third to the head coach Ryan Wochomurka.
Auburn, also known as the University of the Backstroke, shows no signs of stopping its dominance anytime soon. Ellie Waldrep, Kyla Maloney And Hannah Mattson While Waldrep stole the show in the 100 back. Kensley Merritt And Daisy Platts In the year In 200 he took over the invasion.
Anastasia Makarova He won the 100 breast for the third time this season. Brian Curtis And Valery Tarazi They weren’t far behind though. Curtis rebounds to win the 200 breast with Tarazi and first place Ainslie Jones Hitting the wall second and third.
Last time Casey Cullen The first time he touched the wall was the Tigers’ doubleheader against LSU last October. Cullen grabbed her third place win as the 200 fly rolled around. Jr Hannah Owenbey Called a third place effort.
Emma Steele Appeared in the sprints on Saturday. While Mulvihill took second in the 50, Steckiel cruised to her first individual win of the season in the 100 free.
Mulvihill would come back for a win in the 100 fly, though. Abby Gibbons He also ran well and finished third overall.
After winning in the 200 IM on Wednesday, Hannah Owenbey He made it a clean sweep of the week against Georgia Tech. While Owenbey led the way Meghan Lee He came in with a strong second place finish.
Completing their title run, Nevmovenko, Mulville, Steckiel and Tam scored another win in the 400 free relay.
The men produced an equally impressive effort in the 400 medley relay. Aidan Stoffle, Raid Mikuta, Nate Stoffle And Cale McKinnon He beat the field by more than a body length to start the match.
Grant Davis He led the charge in the 1,000, placing second Michael Bonson Crushing the fourth place. Later in 500, it was Michael Gadgard Who hit the wall in second and Mason Mathias The third reserved.
Gadgard also finished third in the 200 free. However, it was Christian Sztolcman In what was Tiger’s best effort of the event, he conceded the victory in just 13 seconds. Ryan’s husband Auburn’s scoring finishes fourth.
It was Saturday. Nate Stoffle’s To shine in the back of 100. The Georgia native ran away from his teammates while swimming at home Andrew Simon And Cale McKinnon To steal the crown. Simmons turned to swim in the 200 Aidan Stoffle And Leighton Smith As the Orange and Blue swept both events.
Raid Mikuta He swam in five collegiate events this season and now has five wins in the 100 breast. He won the junior 200 Henry Bethel He would go on to take third in both the 100 and 200. Jacques Rattle He also slipped in a second-place effort in the 200.
The men’s 200 fly was all M’s. Mason Mathias, Seth Maschmeier And Evan McInerney that is. The trio swept the long version of the show. Meanwhile, Aidan StoffleSohib Khalid and Rusty Jerger He stole the show in 100.
Mihalis Delianis He won his first game as a Tiger against Texas A&M on Wednesday and suddenly the youngster is unstoppable. The Roswell, Georgia product topped everyone else in the pool in the 50 free for a second straight victory.
Cale McKinnon He was back to his usual tricks in the 100, taking the win and securing Sztolcman third.
Simmons, Rathle and Maschmeier finished last in Saturday’s individual events in the 200 IM. For Simmons, his two hits all day were the first for the Johns Creek, Georgia sophomore.
Wochomurka’s men closed out a busy week of competition with one last victory in the 400 free relay. The law firm of Sztolcman, Makinen, Bal & Stoffel handled the work to secure the Tigers’ sixth doubleheader victory.
Walker Creedon He likes diving into the Peach State. The Virginia transfer earned a win at the UGA Invitational at the Tower. On Saturday, Creedon bettered his effort with a personal best of 406.88. Whit Andrews And Hunter Kebler He would round off strong performances on the podium, finishing third and fourth respectively.
Spurred on by Creedon’s performance, Andrus went for his own career in the 3m dash. With a score of 392.63, the Winston-Salem product not only set a new personal best, but also scored his first win of the season.
Abigail Farrara She led the women’s pole vault, second at 246.83. Ashlyn Sullivan breaks the fourth. Sullivan placed 290.25 on the 3-meter and finished second, with Farrara in third.