The Florida men continued their amazing night 1 into the second night of racing, with other Floridians standing out as well. Highlights included:

Women’s 500 Free:

Jacksonville native and Auburn senior Ashley Neidigh placed 2nd in the 500 free with a time of 4:39.91, followed by fellow Floridian and Kentucky senior Kendal Casey in 3rd place with a time of 4:40.81. Florida Gators senior Autumn Finke (4:43.89) and freshman Savanna Faulconer (4:44.85) placed 12th and 15th in the B final, respectively. Sophomore Kahra Williams also scored for the Gators in the C final, posting a time of 4:45.61 for a 21st place finish.

Men’s 500 free:

Florida senior Mitch D’Ariggo placed 2nd with a time of 4:12.71, with teammate junior Ben Lawless joining him in the A final, placing 6th with a time of 4:16.94. The Gators also had 3 men in the B final, withBlake Manganiello (4:18.28), Andrew Brady (4:18.53), and freshman Maxime Rooney (4:20.94) placing 11th, 12th, and 15th, respectively. Also scoring for the Gators in the C final was Khader Baqlah, who went 4:19.82, which was good enough for 19th place.

Women’s 200 IM:

Texas A&M sophomore and Oldsmar native Sydney Pickrem placed 2nd with a time of 1:53.64. The other Floridian representative in the women’s 200 IM was Gator freshman Kelly Fertel, who posted a 1:58.67, which was good enough for 15th place.

Men’s 200 IM:

Florida junior Mark Szaranek placed 2nd with a time of 1:41.30, just barely out touched by .02 by Olympic silver medalist Chase Kalisz. Both Kalisz and Szaranek broke well-known Florida graduate Ryan Lochte’s SEC meet record of 1:41.76. Florida junior Jan Switkowski took the final spot on the podium with a time of 1:42.25. Rounding out the A final, Floridian and Auburn senior Michael Duderstadt posted a time of 1:45.45. In the B final, Gator sophomore Brennan Balogh posted a time of 1:45.06 for 10th place, with teammate and fellow sophomore Ross Palazzo placing 19th in the C final with a time of 1:46.54. LSU senior, Fort Lauderdale native, and University of Tampa transfer Brandon Goldman posted a 1:46.29 for 16th place

Women’s 50 Free:

Gator freshman and sister of 2-time Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel, Sheridan Dressel placed 15th with a time of 22.62. Teammate and fellow freshman Emma Ball posted a 22.82 for 21st place.

Men’s 50 Free:

American sprinting sensation Caleb Dressel took the victory in an 18.46, which ranks as the 7th fastest performance of all time, although Dressel holds the six faster times. After his 17.90 split on the medley last night, it was reported that he was unshaved, so expect to see faster times from Dressel come NCAA’s. Florida junior Enzo Martinez-Scarpe took 8th with a time of 19.67.

Women’s 200 Free Relay:

The Gators finished 8th, with Kelsey Dambacher (22.89), freshman Emma Ball (22.55), Alyssa Yambo-Maul (23.06), and freshman Sheridan Dressel (22.48) combining for a 1:30.98. South Carolina sophomore and Boca Raton native McKenna Keith contributed a 22.91 split en route to South Carolina’s 9th place finish.

Men’s 200 Free Relay:

Dressel does it again. On the second leg of 200 free relay, Dressel split a 17.86, tying Vlad Morozov for the fastest split in history. Dressel’s split once again led the Gator’s to a 1st place finish, with Enzo Martinez-Scarpe (19.67), Jan Switkowski (18.90), and Jack Blyzinskyj (19.24) joining Dressel in a new pool record.

WOMENS 1 Diving

Florida’s Brooke Madden (288.55) and Teya Syskakis (283.05) placed 15th and 18th respectively both scoring points for the Gators today

Women’s Team Standings after Night 2:

1. Texas A&M – 488
2. Georgia – 410
3. Auburn – 371
4. Missouri – 349
5. Tennessee – 344
6. Kentucky – 310
7. Florida – 238
8. LSU – 231
9. South Carolina – 203
10. Alabama – 187
11. Arkansas – 133
12. Vanderbilt – 30

Men’s Team Standings after Night 2:

1. Florida – 486.5
2. Auburn – 346
3. Texas A&M – 324
4. Georgia – 314
5. Alabama – 287
6. South Carolina – 278
7. Tennessee – 261.5
8. LSU – 199
9. Kentucky – 196
10. Missouri – 186