Another National Age Group Record Falls at the ISCA Juniors

2017 ISCA Junior Championship Cup

  • Clearwater, FL
  • The Long Center Pool
  • March 21-25, 2017
  • Results on Meet Mobile

Day 4 of 6 of the ISCA Junior Championship Cup started with another National Age Group Record falling by the Virginia Gators.

The women’s 16 & under 400-yard medley relay set another record for the 15-16 National Age Group Record.  The previous record was set by SwimMAC in 2013 with the time of 3:37.93. On Friday, The quartet of Olivia Bray(52.02), Emma Muzzy(1:01.91), Whittney Hamilton(53.03), and Caroline Kulp(49.57) touched with a combined time of 3:36.53. The quartet previous broke the National Age Group Records in the 200-yard free relay and the 200-yard medley relay earlier this week.

Danielle Hepler of First Colony Swim Club swam to the top in the 400-yard medley relay touching at 4:15.38.  Hepler dropped over 9-seconds from her preliminary time and won by over 5-seconds also swimming to a lifetime best by over 4-seconds.

Muzzy added to her gold medals in the 16 & under 400-yard IM touching at 4:11.80 Muzzy dropped over 5-seconds from her preliminary time and won by over 3-seconds.

Khalil Fonder also added to his collection tonight.  In the men’s 100-yard fly, Fonder swam to a 47.63 finish. Fonder dropped over a second from his preliminary time and set a new lifetime best. Later, Fonder swam to another win touching at 22.16 in the 50-yard backstroke.

Olivia Bray continued to add to her gold as she took a first place finish in the women’s 16 & under 100-yard butterfly touching at 51.48, just shy of the National Age Group Record(51.08). Bray continued her victories in the 50-yard backstroke touching at 24.22 dropping over a second from prelims.

The night closed with the men’s 200-yard freestyle as Daniel Krueger, a member of the US. National Team swam to a 2-second victory touching at 1:35.58.

 

Other Top Place Finishers

  • Men’s 400-yard IM- Keith Myburgh(3:45.85)
  • 16 & Under 400 IM- Carson Foster(3:46.62)
  • Women’s 100-yard fly-Callie Dickinson(54.14)
  • 16 & Under-Maxwell Edwards(48.21)
  • Women’s 50-yard backstroke- Marcella Maguire(25.21)
  • Men’s 50-yard backstroke- Khalil Fonder(22.16)
  • 16 & Under 50-yard backstroke-Caleb Mauldin(22.89)
  • Women’s 200-yard freestyle-Hannah Foster(1:48.04)
  • 16 & Under 200-yard freestyle-Easop Lee(1:46.45)
  • 16 & Under 200-yard freestlye-Cason Wilburn(1:38.38)

Team Scores

Men’s

  1. Virginia Gators-377.5
  2. Ohio State Swim Club-282
  3. Mason Manta Rays-255
  4. Old Dominion Aquatic Club-185
  5. Quest Swimming-175

Women’s

  1. Mason Manta Rays-332
  2. Virginia Gators-315.5
  3. Ohio State Swim Club-178
  4. First Colony Swim Team, Inc.-131
  5. North Baltimore Aquatic Club-122.5

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SwimFL

The pool is called “The Long Center”. This isn’t California.

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Olivia McLain

My name is Olivia McLain and I was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri.  I am currently a junior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where I am also on the UNO Women's Swim Team. I specialize in the 100 butterfly, 100 freestyle, and now that its allowed …

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