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On night three more records came crashing down. Swimming World’s Peter H. Bick has been on deck capturing all of the action.
Chase Kalisz opened the session in American, NCAA, and US Open record time in the 400 IM. Caeleb Dressel surged home in the 100 butterfly to smash the American, NCAA and US Open records and out touch Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling.
Ryan Murphy completed a historic career sweep of the 100 backstroke titles. Steele Johnson won his second NCAA Diving title in as many days.
The Texas Longhorns ended the night with impressive speed, taking down the NCAA and US Open records. The Alabama crew racing in lane one finished second, also under the old marks.