Madison Strathman is headed to Fayetteville, Arkansas next year, as she has given a verbal commitment to the University of Arkansas women’s swimming and diving team. Strathman is a two-time member of USA Swimming’s Scholastic All-America Team and a senior at Kearney High School in Kearney, Missouri.
As a sophomore at the 2013 Missouri High School Girls Swimming Championships, Strathman was tenth in the 200 IM. The following year she placed fifth in the 200 IM and second in the 100 breast and made All-State in both events. Strathman holds the Kearney High School records in 50/100/200/500 free, 100 back, 100 breast, and 200 IM.
Strathman is a member of Tsunami Swim Team of Kansas City, with whom she had an excellent long course season this past summer. She punched her first national tickets with a Winter Juniors cut in both the 100m breast (1:13.93) and the 200m breast (2:39.58). Strathman’s best times are:
|100y breast: 1:05.69||100m breast: 1:13.93|
|200y breast: 2:23.44||200m breast: 2:39.58|
|200y IM: 2:08.62||200m IM: 2:27.59|
|50y free: 25.66||50m free: 28.85|
|100y free: 54.43||100m free: 1:01.53|