Chase Kasliz, Jay Litherland, Olivia Smoliga, Emily Cameron and two relays picked up NCAA automatic qualifying times for Georgia during Saturday’s races in the UGA Fall Invitational in Gabrielsen Natatorium.
After the second day of competition, the Bulldogs are in second with 520 points, trailing California’s 574 and leading Auburn’s 472. The Lady Bulldogs are also in second with 565 points, trailing California’s 638 and leading Virginia’s 491.
“We were having a big night,” said head coach Jack Bauerle. “We had a lot of swimmers, both veterans and young swimmers post big swims, which is exciting to see. My biggest concern is how each individual and relay is racing, and we had a heck of a night.”