Camden Doane Swims 1:55.90 200 Fly, #36 15-16 Girl All-Time

Anya Pelshaw
by Anya Pelshaw 3

March 09th, 2023 Club, News

Federal Way Sectionals

  • March 9-13, 2023
  • SCY (25 yards)
  • Meet Mobile: “2023 Northwest Spring Speedo Sectionals”

Highlighting the night was Camden Doane who swam a personal best of 1:55.90 in the 200 fly. Doane dropped from her previous best of 1:57.61 which she swam in December 2021. Doane now stands at #36 all-time in the 15-16 age group. Doane won by over a second and a half as 15 year old Clare Watson touched in second with a 1:57.56. Also under the 2:00 mark was Annamarie Vlaic who touched in a 1:58.52.

Texas commit Piper Enge won the women’s 200 breast in commanding fashion touching in a 2:09.88, winning by over two seconds as Kelsey Wasikowski touched in a 2:12.26. Enge has a best time of 2:09.09.

Eight girls got under the 50 second mark in the 100 free. Leading the way was Georgia commit Helena Jones who touched in a 49.04. That was a personal best as her previous best stood at a 49.26 which she swam less than a month ago. Finishing behind Jones was Sophia Sunwoo who touched in a 49.29. Enge finished in third with a 49.43.

Leading the way on the boy’s side was Jake Eccleston who won the 200 breast in a 1:54.36. The Louisville had a previous best of 1:54.50. Finishing behind him was Joshua Corn who touched in a 1:55.19.

Chase Mueller led the way in the 100 free touching in a 43.93. The NC State commit was just off his best time of 43.71. Touching behind him was Tolu Young who swam a personal best of 44.14. Liam Campbell was third in a 44.32.

Diego Nosack earned the win in the 200 fly touching in a 1:45.17, just ahead of Michael Hochwalt who was second in a 1:45.32. Nosack, a Northwestern commit, was just off his best of 1:44.61.

Winning the girls 200 free relay was Seattle Metro Aquatic Club who touched in a 1:31.94. Mia Foster anchored in the fastest split of 22.75. On the boys side, Lake Oswego came away with the win in a 1:21.42. Tylor Kim, a Penn State commit, anchored in a 19.45, the only sub-20 split on the relay.

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1 year ago

Doane and Eccleston off to great meets! Future is bright! Go Cards!

1 year ago

Aiden Hammer with a PNS record and top 10 15-16 time in the country! 9:06 in the 1000.

Last edited 1 year ago by KINGONTOP
Grand Moff Tarkin
1 year ago

The 1000 FR is a REAL event! Where’s the coverage? Aiden swam that so well! Took off on the field in the middle! Also, Sydney Wilson from MAC-OR won the 1000 on the Girls side.

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Anya Pelshaw

Anya has been with SwimSwam since June 2021 as both a writer and social media coordinator. She was in attendance at the 2022 and 2023 Women's NCAA Championships writing and doing social media for SwimSwam. Currently, Anya is pursuing her B.A. in Economics and a minor in Government & Law at …

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