Georgia’s Olivia Smoliga Wins 50 Free; Stanford’s Ella Eastin Sets AR in 200 I.M.

Jack Bauerle, left, with Eddie Reese on USA Team duty [Photo: USA Swimming]

A win from Olivia Smoliga helped Georgia stay on top of the team race at the NCAA Women’s Championships, but Ella Eastin had the performance of the night with an American record of 1:51.65 in the 200 individual medley.

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A win from Olivia Smoliga helped Georgia stay on top of the team race at the NCAA Women’s Championships, but Ella Eastin had the performance of the night with an American record of 1:51.65 in the 200 individual medley.

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