Club Wolverine swept three of the four men’s events on the third night of racing in Plantation, Florida, and incoming Michigan freshman Clara Smiddy had three high finishes on a busy night.
In the first event of Saturday finals, the 14-year-old Andrew went 56.83 in the 100 back to re-break the NAG he set just over a month ago in Orlando.
Florida’s German freshman, who just joined the program a few months ago, won the 100 fly and 400 IM at the Plantation Sectional meet.
SwimMAC’s junior stars Kathleen Baker and Nora McCullagh and new pro addition Ryan Lochte each won a pair of events on the second night of the Speedo Champions Series sectional event in Charlotte.
12-year-old backstroker Destin Lasco has taken down another National Age Group record, this time wiping Ryan Murphy’s name off the record books at the Middle Atlantic Junior Olympics meet in Sewell, New Jersey.
Quintero is the combination of a splashy sprinter and a beastly distance man, all rolled up into one USC Trojan.
Michael Klueh and Emily Brunemann each won a distance freestyle race on opening night at the Florida Speedo Champions Series event.
Hawaii high school star Mau wins twice in Washington during mainland swing-through, Schoeman takes 100 free
Jasmine Mau won the 100 free and 200 fly on the second night of action at Speedo Sectionals in Federal Way. South African Roland Schoeman arrived to beat Ryan Hoffer in the 100 free.
Meaghan Raab broke two more state records in leading Hershey to its second consecutive girls state title. The La Salle boys also claimed a trophy.
Michael Thomas, in the middle on the highest podium step, broke a NAG record in his 46.65 100 backstroke win at the Pennsylvania High School state meet.
The University of Illinois – Chicago is in the market for a new head coach for their men’s and women’s…
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Here’s a listing of award-winners from the conference championships that wrapped up around the country over the past three weeks.
The marquee matchup pits American record-holder Emma Reaney of Notre Dame against the woman whose record she broke just a few weeks ago, Texas A&M’s Breeja Larson. But a tough field should make this more than a 2-horse race.