Gravely, who was named onto the 2022 US Open Water National team for placing second in the men’s 10k, finished first in the men’s 5k race.
Muller, who is a two-time world champion in the women’s 10k, won the women’s 5k event after taking fourth in the 10k this year at US Nationals.
Curzan, who broke the 17-18 50 free National Age Group record yesterday, swam a 53.68 100 free today that has her ranked #4 all-time in the 17-18 age group
Casas’s win was his third victory of the 2022 TYR Pro Swim series in San Antonio, as he previously won the 100 back and the 100 fly as well.
Although Curzan’s time marked a 17-18 NAG, her best time of 24.17 from last year still stands as the 15-16 National Age Group record.
Moesch now joins an elite company with the likes of Claire Curzan, Torri Huske, and Gretchen Walsh as the only 15-16 year old girls who have been under 22.
Awards were announced for the men’s and women’s swimmer, coach, diver, and diving coach of the year for the 2021-22 season by the CSCAA.
After two great NCAA Championships, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite moments that came out of both the men’s and women’s meets.
Stanford Commit Lucy Bell and NC Commit Quintin McCarty both finished the Austin Speedo Sectionals with five individual wins apiece.
After setting a best time in the 400 IM yesterday, Stanford commit Lucy Bell broke 52 for the first time to set a personal best in the 100 fly.
Despite the fact that only 2 out of 713 people picked him to win the event in Pick’ems, Burns won the 200 fly with a new best time of time of 1:38.71.
Seeliger is now the second-fastest of all time in both the 50 and 100 free, behind the legendary Caeleb Dressel in both envets.
Bell, a Stanford commit for the Class of 2026, swam a time that would have ranked her #2 on the Trees this season behind now-retired swimmer Brooke Forde.
McCarty, who is ranked #14 in SwimSwam’s top recruits of the Class of 2022, will be swimming for NC State starting in the 2021-22 school year.
Champions were crowned in the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and 200 free relay on day two of the 2022 Men’s D1 Swimming And Diving Championships.