Retterer was a 200 back finalist at both YMCA National Championships, placing 13th in short course in the spring and 4th in long course this summer.
Kozan’s 1:45.77 cleared the SCS 13-14 200 free record held by the legendary Sippy Woodhead, which was a 1:46.40 done in 1978.
Crom was 1:56.00, just .01 faster than Bayer’s mark from 2013.
Both swimmers won every single event in which they raced.
Katie Capelli, a freestyler who swims with Club Wolverine in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has verbally committed to the University of California- San Diego for 2019.
The Texas women face a huge test, taking on Stanford and Cal, on the road, on back-to-back meet days.
14-year-old Justina Kozan went huge best times in all of her events, adding wins in the 100/200 free, 100 fly, and 200 IM.
Olivia Bray of the Virginia Gators has verbally committed to the Texas Longhorns. Bray, ranked 4th in the class in the…
Bella Hindley was the only double winner yesterday for the Yale women.
Patrick Mulcare and Louise Hansson swept the men’s and women’s backstrokes, respectively, while Mulcare also took the 400 IM and Hansson the 100 fly.
Freshman Ema Rajic swept the breaststrokes, and she was within two seconds of her 200 breast PR with a 2:15.45.
Michigan star freshman Maggie Macneil is no one-hit wonder.
That’s his fastest he’s been in dual meets, ever– the sophomore was 8:51.71 for his PR going out in his mile at 2018 NCAAs.
With the World Championships less than two months away, this is one of the last chances for eligible swimmers to qualify for the meet.
Sprinter Leanna Wall will join the Boilermakers next fall.