Cavalier Aquatics and Poseidon Swimming held a dual meet over the weekend, highlighted by 11-12 NAG record holder Thomas Heilman posting a new best time.
Reigning 4A state champions for both boys and girls, Oviedo High School took first on both sides as Florida kicks off their post-season competition.
Stanford commit and defending 3A state champion Hayden Kwan was a standout in District 2, easily winning both the 200 IM and 100 back.
Texas Christian and Southern Methodist faced off on Friday, with the Horned Frog women and Mustang men emerging victorious.
The University of North Carolina-Asheville hosted conference rival Liberty University on Friday, falling to the Flames by a score of 162 to 127.
NAG record holder Thomas Heilman highlighted a one-day intrasquad meet that featured plenty of best times and fast swims.
Texas Christian University’s women competed in their second meet of the weekend, falling to fellow Big-12 member, the University of Kansas.
The BBC released it’s full coverage details of the ISL, featuring multiple replays of both days and the red button feature for in-depth information.
The Livermore Aquacowboys Time Trial had multiple fast performances, including US National Teamer Brandon Fischer and Abigial Herscu’s nation leading 200br.
In a meet that was packed with fast swimming, Paige Hall, who is committed to Ohio State, swam to five new best times across the two days of racing.
Becoming the second member of his family to swim for a Division I school, Scott Spear has announced his commitment to join Miami’s (OH) class of 2025.
Racing three events on the first day of the meet, Regan Smith competed in the 50 free, 500 free, and 200 fly at the Riptide October Intrasquad.
While Southern Methodist was unable to host the meet in its traditional format, the SMU Classic was held over the weekend as an intrasquad.
Just a week out from the ISL’s first competition, Cali Condors member Meghan Small swam to new best SCY times in the 100 fly and 200 breast.
The Queens (NC) Royals won’t have to travel far for their 2020-2021 NCAA schedule: all of their meets are within 2.5 hours of Charlotte.