The Pan Ams gold medalist raced in three events during prelims before winning both the 50 free and 100 free during finals of the meet.
Mellott, one of the top breaststrokers in the class of 2024, finished just off of her lifetime bests in both breaststroke races.
Atkins will give the Retrievers distance and mid-distance group a big boost when he joins the team as a member of the class of 2028.
Luken will provide the Gamecocks with strong depth in the freestyle and butterfly events when she joins the program next fall.
Forbis, a freshman, claimed the state titles in both the 200 IM and 100 back at her first Washington High School State Championship meet.
Rabadam will join the Mountain Hawks sprint freestyle group when he makes the move to Pennsylvania in the fall of 2024.
The Illini took down five records while the Commodores set three of their own during the dual meet hosted by the University of Illinois.
McDonald will give the Hoosiers a strong addition to the distance group when he joins the program as part of the class of 2028.
Dunham will arrive at Georgetown next fall with multiple times already fast enough to rank within the program’s top-ten all-time.
Bearley will help bolster the Mountain Hawks depth in the sprint freestyle events as a part of the team’s class of 2028.
Lenartz will help bolster the Vandals roster in the distance freestyle and IM events as a member of the program’s class of 2028.
Malicki will give the Xavier program a huge boost in the breaststroke and IM events when he makes the move to Cincinnati next fall.
Swalley added her name to the program’s top-10 all-time in both breaststroke events as the Hawkeyes finished fourteen points behind Vanderbilt.
Mayr will join join the Notre Dame program next fall, becoming the second member of his family to swim at the collegiate level.
Purdue came away victorious against a pair of University of Indianapolis programs both ranked with the top three in Division II.