“If she ever fell in the water and I couldn’t get her, I couldn’t even fathom that thought,” he said. “I gotta learn how to swim. That’s it.
Being one of the top returning IM’ers in the country, Schlicht will be a major addition to whatever program he joins next.
Stogner was a 2021 SEC A-finalist in the 100 butterfly, and he swam on all four of Alabama’s scoring relays at the 2021 NCAA Championships.
Dalu won the 500/1000/1650 free and 400 IM at the 2021 NCAA D2 Champs, and he became the first D2 swimmer in history to break 15 minutes in the mile.
This would be Corredor’s third transfer in his college career, and he’s crafted a petition to ask to the NCAA to let him transfer and not sit out a season.
With Thompson’s return, all of Mizzou’s 2021 NCAA scorers and sprint relay legs will be back next season.
With his lifetime bests, Mestre should be a strong conference scorer and a potential NCAA qualifier wherever he continues his education.
Knelson raced one meet with the Arizona Wildcats this past season then took a medical redshirt due to a spinal injury.
Parker was also able to claim both sprint free wins, going 20.15 in the 50 and 44.65 in the 100. He capped the day with a 43.87 relay anchor.
Mia Kragh led the Torrey Pines girls to victory, getting the ball rolling with a major 23.65 fly leg on the 200 medley relay (1:46.53).
Nocentini swept the sprint free events at the 2020 Conference USA Championships, and she won the 100 and 200 free at the meet in 2021.
She sliced .10 off of her own Irish record, while Eoin Corby and Niamh Coyne looked very good in the men’s and women’s 200 breast semis, respectively.
Stephanie Balduccini (above) logged a massive best; the 16-year-old took down her old best of 58.21 by nearly three full seconds.
Two more national records fell tonight in Dublin at the Irish Olympic Trials, though no new Tokyo qualifiers came out of the session.
Marcelo Chierighini, meanwhile, snuck into the final tonight at sixth with a 48.95, over a second off of his lifetime best 47.68 from 2019.