14 year old Kayleigh Lovell (Academy Bullets) dropped a massive best time of 8:56.84 to claim victory in the women’s 800 free.
Huske posted a quick 2:18.85, marking a drop from her previous best of 2:20.04, and the first time she’s broken 2:20.
Kate Hazlett, a 17 year old from Greenwich YMCA Dolphins, was a double event winner, taking the women’s 200 back and 50 free.
Kaitlyn Dobler, a 16 year old from The Dolphins Portland Swimming, was a double event winner on day 1, taking the women’s 100 free and 200 breast, which were also back-to-back events.
Paul Le (Missouri State) took the men’s 100 fly with a 54.13. Le was out fast, posting a 24.75 on the first 50, but came home in 29.38.
Mia Abruzzo, a 15 year old out of Plymouth Whitemarsh Aquatics, took the women’s 200 fly with a 2:16.19.
Sean Faikish (North Penn Aquatic Club), a 16 year old, took the men’s 100 back with a massive best time.
Daniel Hein (Mizzou) won the men’s 200 back, posting a 2:03.21, exactly half a second off his personal best of 2:02.71.
Isabel Ivey won the women’s 100 free with a 55.48, marking her fastest time since 2016.
Jaqueline Turner took the women’s 100 free, breaking 1:00 for the first time ever with a 59.68.
Mark Szaranek won the men’s 200 IM with a 2:03.32, narrowly beating Grant Sanders, who came in at 2:03.55.
17 year old Elizabeth Byrne won the women’s 400 free with a 4:27.96, marking nearly a full 10 second drop from her personal best of 4:37.62.
Emma Ball threw down a 28.92 in the women’s 50 back to touch out her Gator Swim Club teammate Caitlin Brooks (29.15) for 1st.
19 year old Christopher Robinson from Memphis Tiger Sharks took the men’s 200 free with a 1:57.32, beating runner-up Grant Davis (15) by 1.2 seconds.
Incoming University of Florida distance star Robert Finke Came out victorious in a tight battle with former Florida distance star (now graduated) Ben Lawless in the men’s 800 free.