Alec Connolly flexed his sprint speed, claiming three wins in the 50 free (20.21), 100 free (44.16), and 200 free (1:37.28).
Brazil’s Bernardo Bondra, the world’s 11th-fastest 18-and-under 100m flyer (52.37) in 2019, has verbally committed to the University of Alabama for 2020-21.
O’Connor earned his first Olympic Trials cut in the 100-meter backstroke at Junior Nationals over the summer, which bodes well for his yards times this fall.
Marsh’s 22.58 fly leg on the 200 medley relay out-split the other flyers in the field as well as every freestyle anchor.
Lauren Wetherell spent time training in the United States at the Bolles School in Florida, but has been back in the UK for the last 2 years.
Nick Alexander clocked a nation-leading time in the 200 back as the Missouri men and women defeated Arkansas, Kentucky, and NC State over the two-day meet.
Kelly Pash and Maxime Rooney each doubled for Texas, as both the Longhorn men and women defeated Indiana and Louisville in LCM action in Bloomington.
US National Team member Shaine Casas (above) won the 200 fly and 200 breaststroke on Thursday, as the Aggies swam mostly off-events.
Khader Baqlah raced to a first place finish in the 200 fly B final at the Greensboro Pro Swim Series and set a Jordanian National Record.
Griffin Hadley was 4th at the Indiana HS State Championships as a sophomore in the 100 free – the only non-senior in the top 10 at that meet.
Hudson Explorer Aquatic Team’s Caleb Tuckerman has verbally committed to the University of Kentucky for 2020-21.
The Texas A&M Aggie men will have a pair of meets in Massachusetts this weekend, first taking on BU before a clash with Harvard and Duke.
A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
Swedish IMer Emil Hassling has announced his verbal commitment to LSU for the 2020-21 season and beyond.
Florida’s Kieran Smith and Georgia’s Zoie Hartman headlined the SEC’s weekly honors by being named the men’s and women’s swimmers of the week.