Check out our weekly wonders from February 8th-10th, 2019.
Mid-Michigan Aquatics distance freestyler Lola Mull has verbally committed to Northwestern for 2020-21.
UCI is looking for its first win in program-history against #3 UCLA, while Sunday’s game against #20 Indiana will be UCI’s home-opener.
Australian sprinter Eloise Riley has signed a National Letter of Intent to swim for the University of California, Berkeley beginning with the 2019-20 season.
Yorktown sophomore Torri Huske broke a National High School Record on Friday in Virginia.
The 2019 MIAC Championships continued with MIAC records by St. Kate’s swimmers Maggie Menso, and Jordyn Wentzel, while on the men’s side, Gustavus had a dominant day as they threaten to knock off defending champs St. Thomas.
The Bryant men got meet records in the 100 fly and the 400 medley relay, but the Rider men, as well as the Fairfield women, still lead with one day to go.
Oakton sophomore Anthony Grimm continued his impressive championship season with a 20.87 medley relay leadoff at the VHSL Class 6 Swimming & Diving Championships.
Ilia Rattsev of UMBC and Juliana McDonald of Maine both took down the America East Championship meet records in the 50 free on day 2 in Worcester.
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Caeleb Dressel said Worlds is just as big a focus as the Olympics…but the ultimate goal is the Olympics. On that point, Dressel shared he would be going straight to training camp after World Championships to start his ramp-up to the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Over the past six years Saline Swim Team (SST-MI) has been one of America’s fastest rising swim clubs.
Bath got on the board during day 1 of the 2019 BUCS LC Championships, courtesy of Tom Derbyshire’s double victories in the men’s 800m and 1500m freestyle events, as well as silvers for the team from Matthew Wright and William Ryley.
Held, an NC State alum, will begin practices in Indiana Saturday.
Women’s collegiate water polo action continues with 45 contests slated for Week 4, including eight exhibition matches, one vs. China and seven against the University of Toronto.