Patrick Mulcare has negative split the 200 back at all 4 of his dual meets this fall, but not at the College Challenge.
UConn won the men’s and women’s titles at the 2017 House of Champions. U Indy posted several D2 top 10 times.
Rosary completed the 3-peat of IHSA girls state titles, and Oswego broke the 400 free relay record again in finals.
Northwestern’s men and women came away with team titles in their own Northwestern TYR Invitational.
Princeton Swept the double dual with Penn and Cornell. The Ivy League Freshmen had yet another impressive showing.
Katie Ledecky won her 5th Female Athlete of the Year Golden Goggles Award.
Through 2 days of competition, there have been 12 pool records broken at the Northwestern TYR Invitational.
Houston won the Phill Hansel Invitational for the 2nd year in a row, breaking 4 more school records, and achieving 6 new NCAA B cuts.
Grand Canyon broke pool records in both men’s relays on day 1 of the TYR invite.
Sophomore Grace Cooper led the field in the 50 and 100 free, posting times of 22.37, and 49.60.
The Houston Cougars broke 2 team records and posted 6 new NCAA B cuts while continuing to lead after day 2 of their invite.
Newport (Belleville) High School won the 4A state title convincingly, while several state records were broken.
Liberty (Renton) won the Washington girls 2A state title, while Eleanor Beers of North Katsap won 4 events.
There were 11 NCAA B cuts achieved on the 1st day of competition, 7 of which were achieved by Houston, the leading team.
Illinois’ downstate girls are prepared to operate on the IHSA record book this weekend.