Mariah Denigan

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High School

Mariah Denigan was ranked 20th in SwimSwam’s high school class of 2021. She announced her verbal commitment to Indiana on October 16, 2019.

National/International Competition

2018 Summer Nationals (Irvine, California)

In Irvine, Denigan placed 6th in the 800 free (8:28.15), 10th in the 400 IM (4:40.62), 21st in the 400 free (4:14.71), and 7th in the 1,500 (16:19.29). For her placings, Denigan earned a spot on the 2018 Jr Pan Pacs team and the 2019 Pan American Games team.

2018 Jr Pan Pacific Championships (Suva, Fiji)

In Fiji, Denigan placed 2nd in the 800 free (8:30.01), 2nd in the 400 IM (4:41.39), 3rd in the 400 free (4:12.59), and 2nd in the 1,500 (16:24.35).

2018 FINA Open Water Jr Championships (Eliat, Isreal)

Coming off of a 4 medal performance in Fiji, Denigan competed in Open Water Jrs in Israel, where she finished the 14-15 5k in 1:01:06.6, clipping Spain’s Janna Blaya Corrons by 0.1 at the finish to win the bronze.

2019 Open Water Nationals (Miami, Florida)

Denigan took 7th in the 10k at OW Nats with a time of 2:00:45.38.

2019 Pan American Games (Lima, Peru)

Denigan was the silver medalist in the 800 free (8:34.18). She finished fourth in the 400 free (4:12.23), missing the podium by 0.18 seconds, and also fourth in the 1500 free (16:27.50). Denigan was fifth in the 400 IM (4:48.47).

International Medals

Place Event Year Meet
Silver 800 Free 2019 Pan American Championships

Best Times

Course Event Time Date Meet
scy 500 Free 4:44.25 12/01/18 2018 IN OLY Winter invite
Indianapolis, Indiana
scy 1000 Free 9:46.30 12/02/18 2018 IN OLY Winter invite
Indianapolis, Indiana
scy 400 IM 4:12.09 11/30/18 2018 IN OLY Winter invite
Indianapolis, Indiana
lcm 400 Free 4:12.23 08/16/19 Pan Am Games
Lima, Peru
lcm 800 Free 8:28.15 07/25/18 Summer Nationals
Irvine, California
lcm 1500 Free 16:19.29 07/29/18 Summer Nationals
Irvine, California
lcm 400 IM 4:40.62 07/27/18 Summer Nationals
Irvine, California

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