2023 Virginia vs. Texas Dual Meet: “Super Finals” Live Recap

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2023 Virginia vs. Texas Dual Meet:

Virginia vs. Texas

  • October 27-28, 2023
  • UVA Aquatic and Fitness Center
    • Places called Charlottesville in Virginia
  • SCY (25 yards)
  • MeetMobile Results: “UVA v Texas Super Finals”

One of the most anticipated dual meets of the season has arrived when Texas (No. 2 women/No. 7 men) visits Virginia (No. 1 women/No. 15 men) for a weekend matchup that will start with some winners. -take. -all “super finals” on Friday.

The one-on-one super final is reserved for the top swimmer of each team while the rest compete in regular four-on-four heats. The head-to-head winner gets five points, and the loser gets zero. See the full event schedule below and a detailed meeting breakdown here.

Friday Night Dual Meet Lineup:

  • W: 200 medley relay (1 v. 1)
  • M: 200 medley relay (1 v. 1)
  • W: 200 free (4 v. 4)
  • M: 200 free (4 v. 4)
  • W. 100 back (4 v. 4)
  • M. 100 back (4 v. 4)
  • W. 100 chests (4 v. 4)
  • M. 100 chests (4 v. 4)
  • Break
  • W. 50 free ‘C’ final (1 v. 1)
    • W. 50 free ‘B’ end (1 v. 1)
      • W. 50 free ‘A’ final (1 v. 1)
  • M. 50 free ‘C’ final (1 v. 1)
    • M. 50 free ‘B’ final (1 v. 1)
      • M. 50 free ‘A’ final (1 v. 1)
  • W. 500 free (4 v. 4)
  • W. 100 IM (4 v. 4)
  • M. 100 IM (4 v. 4)
  • W. 100 fly (4 v. 4)
  • M. 100 flies (4 v. 4)
  • M. 500 free (4 v. 4)
  • Break
  • W. 200 free relay (1 v. 1)
  • M. 200 free relay (1 v. 1)
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The Women’s 200 is free

  • NCAA Record: 1:39.10, Missy Franklin (2015)
  • NCAA ‘A’ cut: 1:42.84

4 v. 4 Results:

  1. Erin Gemmell (TEX) – 1:44.64
  2. Aimee Canny (UVA) – 1:45.70
  3. Tess Howley (UVA) – 1:45.91
  4. Ella Nelson (UVA) – 1:46.01
  5. Angie Coe (TEX) – 1:46.51
  6. Kate Morris (UVA) – 1:49.18
  7. Emma Davidson (TEX) – 1:49.66
  8. Alicia Wilson (TEX) – 1:52.69

Men’s 200 is free

  • NCAA record: 1:29.15, Dean Farris (2019)
  • NCAA ‘A’ cut: 1:31.74

4 v. 4 Results:

  1. Luke Hobson (TEX) – 1:35.96
  2. Sebastien Sergile (UVA) – 1:36.02
  3. Spencer Aurnou-Rhees (TEX) – 1:37.97
  4. Alex Hotta (UVA) – 1:38.55
  5. Hayden Bellotti (UVA) – 1:38.57
  6. Manning Haskal (TEX) – 1:38.68
  7. Noah Dyer (UVA) – 1:39.10
  8. Kobe Ndebele (TEX) – 1:42.50
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Sophomore in Texas Luke Hobson hung on for the 200 free win in 1:35.96 despite a late charge from the UVA sophomore Sebastien Sergile (1:36.02). Hobson is well off his personal-best 1:29.63 from his 800 free relay leadoff at last season’s NCAAs while Sergile is within seconds of his lifetime best (1:34.05) from last February. Sophomore in Texas Spencer Aurnou-Rhees was the only other swimmer to finish under the 1:38 mark.

Girl 100 Back

  • NCAA Record: 48.26, Gretchen Walsh (2023)
  • NCAA ‘A’ cut: 50.88

1 v 1 Super Final:

  1. Berit Berglund (TEX) – 51.76
  2. Alex Walsh (UVA) – 52.01

4 v. 4 Results:

  1. Emma Kern (TEX) – 52.92
  2. Emma Sticklen (TEX) – 52.95
  3. Carly Novelline (UVA) – 53.66
  4. Ella Bathurst (UVA) – 54.33
  5. Campbell Stoll (TEX) – 54.44
  6. Izzy Bradley (UVA) – 55.03
  7. Meghan DiMartile (TEX) – 55.25
  8. Abby Kapeller (UVA) – 55.54
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