Thomas Heilman has dropped the 100 free but will race the 200 fly, which allows him the opportunity to go after Phelps’ 200 fly NAG Record (1:59.02).
On night 2, the Miami Redhawk women and GCU men have extended their leads even further over the other two teams. The GCU men won 7 out of 7 events on Friday.
Minnesota’s Max McHugh will have a battle tonight in the men’s 100 breast, as Texas’ Caspar Corbeau is the top qualifier out of prelims.
Ledecky dominated the 400 free heats, taking the top seed by nearly 12 seconds in a time of 4:01.64 while negative-splitting with 200s of 2:01.16/2:00.48.
Cali didn’t have Caeleb Dressel in Match 6, but several key Condors contributed to the team’s victory, including Kelsi Dahlia and Beata Nelson (Pictured).
Grant Wodny will stay-in state and is Minnesota’s 1st male recruit for 2023. Wodny is a Futures qualifier in both freestyle and butterfly events.
Watch Ilya Shymanovich re-break his 100 breast world record (55.28), Ryan Murphy break the American/ISL Record in the 50 back (22.53) and several other races.
Abby O’Sullivan verbally committed to Notre Dame shortly after a fantastic summer of racing that was highlighted with a 400 IM Olympic Trials cut.
European Juniors 200 butterfly silver medalist Mark Torok Dominik has verbally committed to the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2022).
Senior Scarlet Martin has switched her commitment plans from Florida to Iowa for the fall of 2022 following her 3-peat of the 100 fly at Iowa HS state.
The TAC Titans set a new National Age Group (NAG) Record in the 11-12 400 SCY mixed medley relay (3:55.19) by over 11 seconds on Saturday.
Scarlet Martin (pictured) won the 100 fly in 53.44, just off her state record time of 53.01 from 2020. This is Martin’s third time winning the event at state.
Leah Hayes re-broke both of her state records from Friday’s prelims, while Carly Novelline won three events and led New Trier to their 14th team title.
Leah Hayes set the IHSA state records in both the 200 IM (1:56.62) and the 100 free (48.41) on Friday, shortly after coming off her FINA World Cup stops.
Maguire Sheppard looks to carry the momentum from a huge summer, which included a Winter Juniors cut, into his last SCY season prior to arriving in Oxford.