Max McHugh

View Current photo via Courtesy of Jack Spitser

Max McHugh is an competitive swimmer who represents the United States.

In high school, McHugh excelled in swimming, winning numerous YMCA championship titles and Minnesota state titles, including breaking the national public high school record in the 100 breast (51.62) his senior year. Following in his brother’s footsteps (Conner McHugh, NCAA All-American in the breaststroke events), Max committed to swim for the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

University of Minnesota

2018-2019

At the 2019 NCAA Championships, McHugh garnered 2 individual All-American titles in the 100 and 200 Breaststroke. In the 100, he finished 3rd in 50.52 behind seniors Ian Finnerty and Carsten Vissering. In the 200, McHugh moved up further and touched in 2nd place at 1:49.41, behind senior Andrew Seliskar.

Best Times

Course Event Time Date Meet
scy 100 Breast 50.52 03/29/19 2019 NCAA Championships
Austin, Texas
scy 200 Breast 1:49.41 03/30/19 2019 NCAA Championships
Austin, Texas
lcm 50 Breast 27.27 07/27/18 2018 Summer Nationals
Irvine, California
lcm 100 Breast 1:01.09 07/26/18 2018 Summer Nationals
Irvine, California
lcm 200 Breast 2:13.92 07/28/18 2018 Summer Nationals
Irvine, California
Max McHugh (photo: Jack Spitser) Max McHugh (photo: Jack Spitser) Courtesy University of Minnesota Athletics Max McHugh (photo: Jack Spitser) Photo courtesy of Maxwell McHugh Men's swimming vs Iowa meet on Friday October 28, 2016. (Photo/Craig Lassig) Courtesy University of Minnesota Athletics Max McHugh (photo: Jack Spitser)

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