Three boy’s records and a girl’s record were broken as Adam Wiedemeier and and Lillian Tichenor won swimmer of the meet honors.
Six Division 2 records were set between the boy’s and girl’s sides, with Auburn commit Avery Henke setting two individual records on the day.
The meet also featured a pair of siblings winning medals, including Josh and Claire Roper, both of whom won two events at the meet.
Benoit became the first girl in Division 3 history to finish under 1:50 in the 200 free. She’s now less than a second off of the overall state record.
Both Kaii Winkler and Erica Pelaez set FHSAA state records, while Winkler also took down a NAG record previously set by Ryan Hoffer in 2014.
Four multiple-event winners highlighted the FHSAA 2A Championships that saw Holy Names and Bishop Kenny run away from the field.
A multiple-time state champion in New Mexico, Hinnerichs will help to bolster the Seminole’s mid-distance and backstroke groups next year.
A highly versatile swimmer with the potential to contribute in multiple events, Patterson will join the Wildcats as a member of their class of 2028.
The meet was headlined by Olympian Jillian Crooks and Mongolian national record holder Erkhes Enkhtur, both of whom recently made the move to the East coast.
Iannaccone will be the second member of his family to swim for the Mustangs when he joins the team in the fall of 2023.
Broderick will help to bolster a distance group at Purdue with his arrival on the Boilermaker roster in the fall of 2023.
Chasser will join the backstroke and freestyle groups at South Carolina when she arrives on campus in the fall of 2023.
Zoellner would have been fast enough to claim the conference title in the 200 fly with her lifetime best 200 fly last season.
Worrell will join the Bearcats in 2023, a year before they make the transition to the Big-12 for the 2024-2025 school year.
Creedon will help make an immediate impact at Auburn as he helps bolster the team’s diving group during his fifth year of eligibility.