Men’s 100 Fly:
NCAA champion Joseph Schooling moved to the top of podium in the men’s 100 fly with a final time of 51.86. Schooling’s time moves him into the top 20 world rankings for 2016.
Slipping to second was Tom Shields, who stopped the clock at a 52.02.
Jack Conger and David Nolan kept it close to finish third and fourth respectively. Conger delivered a 53.33 over Nolan’s 53.60.
Luis Martinez finished fifth overall with a time of 53.67.
Caeleb Dressel and Gunnar Bentz posted matching times of 53.75 to tie for sixth, while Eugene Godsoe was eighth with a 54.14.