Sequeira’s old best in the 100 fly was a 50.70 from 2018; this weekend, he also broke 1:50 in the 200 IM for the first time.
In her freshman season with the Gamecocks, Luft improved marginally in the 50 and 100 back while taking over five seconds off her old best in the 200 back.
Last summer in long course, Marquette won Minnesota Senior Championships titles in the 100 breast (1:12.56/1:11.05 in prelims) and 200 breast (2:37.00).
Streett is a strong freestyler, though he especially excels in mid-distance, toting a nice 1:37.0 in the 200.
With Team Venezuela, Penner has raced at the 2019 World Junior Championships and the 2019 Central American and Caribbean (CCCAN) Championships.
While his 23.44 was well under his lifetime best of 24.02 from 2017, it won’t count as an official time or record due to his wearing a banned suit.
Hobbs helped Dakota Ridge to a CHSAA 4A title in the 400 free relay with a 52.19 third leg split, while she was third, individually, in the 100 breast.
Yeadon scored in the 500 free and mile at both the 2018 and 2019 NCAA Champs, while he’s the reigning ACC champion in both races.
Kinsey clocked a 1:54.12 to place sixth in the 200 fly at the 2020 SEC Championships. At that meet, she was also 10th in the 100 fly (52.51).
At the 2020 New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) championship meet in March, Hodgson won the 500 free in a lifetime best 4:30.84.
Huff, representing Noblesville High School, won the 2020 Indiana HS Champs (IHSAA) title in the 100 breast (1:02.87).
Collins was the Illinois HS state runner-up in the 100 fly and finished fourth in the 200 IM last fall.
Guntoro is the third head coach in UNCW’s 42-year history. He takes over for Jason Memont, who was terminated at the end of the 2019-20 season.
At the 2020 Colorado 4A State Champs, Immel won the 50 free and 100 free state titles, going best times and successfully defending her title in the 100.
Hansen was UConn’s top 500 freestyler last year, and he ranked #2 on the team in the mile and #3 in the 200 free.