Combined Results: Top 8 Women from Santa Clara, Charlotte, Bucceto, & Namesnik

Last weekend, swimmers got in a final tuneup for U.S. World Championships Trials at a handful of meets across the country. To give a comparison of times across all of the meets, we’ve compiled the top 8 times in each event. This article is the women’s edition. For the men’s version, click here.

**NOTE: These lists are made up only of times done at the Santa Clara PSS, Charlotte UltraSwim, Bucceto Open, Namesnik Invitational, and Southwest Classic. This is not a list of the fastest times for the entire season.  The 50 fly, 50 back, and 50 breast are not included because they were not swum at all meets**

WOMEN’S 50 FREE:

  1. Kelsi Worrell– 25.11
  2. Lia Neal– 25.12
  3. Olivia Smoliga– 25.19
  4. Madison Kennedy– 25.22
  5. Courtney Caldwell– 25.24
  6. Abbey Weitzeil– 25.25
  7. Mallory Comerford– 25.28
  8. Katrina Konopka– 25.31

WOMEN’S 100 FREE:

  1. Simone Manuel– 54.31
  2. Mallory Comerford– 54.46
  3. Lia Neal– 54.64
  4. Siobhan Haughey– 54.84
  5. Abbey Weitzeil– 55.05
  6. Courtney Caldwell– 55.11
  7. Kelsi Worrell– 55.50
  8. Rebecca Millard- 55.51

WOMEN’S 200 FREE:

  1. Katie Ledecky– 1:55.34
  2. Leah Smith– 1:57.72
  3. Melanie Margalis– 1:58.00
  4. Siobhan Haughey– 1:58.14
  5. Mallory Comerford– 1:58.54
  6. Katie Drabot– 1:58.85
  7. Katie McLaughlin– 1:59.11
  8. Gabby Deloof– 1:59.75

WOMEN’S 400 FREE:

  1. Leah Smith– 4:05.62
  2. Katie Drabot– 4:08.07
  3. Cierra Runge– 4:10.64
  4. Sierra Schmidt- 4:11.13
  5. Hannah Moore– 4:11.99
  6. Rose Bi- 4:12.72
  7. Geena Freriks– 4:13.27
  8. Leah Stevens– 4:14.03

WOMEN’S 800 FREE:

  1. Leah Smith– 8:23.27
  2. Cierra Runge– 8:29.27
  3. Mackenzie Padington- 8:34.42
  4. Kristel Kobrich- 8:34.75
  5. Joanna Melo– 8:35.58
  6. Hannah Moore– 8:41.81
  7. Chenoa Devine- 8:43.78
  8. Geena Freriks– 8:46.48

WOMEN’S 1500 FREE:

  1. Katie Ledecky– 15:35.65
  2. Kristel Kobrich- 16:12.89
  3. Hannah Moore– 16:22.96
  4. Mackenzie Padington- 16:31.33
  5. Leah Stevens– 16:36.13
  6. Megan Byrnes– 16:36.31
  7. Chenoa Devine- 16:38.30
  8. Ayumi Macias- 16:51.14

WOMEN’S 100 BACK:

  1. Kylie Masse– 1:00.12
  2. Ali Deloof– 1:00.32
  3. Olivia Smoliga– 1:00.70
  4. Regan Smith– 1:01.01
  5. Caroline Baldwin- 1:01.15
  6. Bridgette Alexander- 1:01.37
  7. Amy Bilquist– 1:01.60
  8. Elise Haan- 1:01.02

WOMEN’S 200 BACK:

  1. Hilary Caldwell– 2:09.20
  2. Kylie Masse– 2:09.89
  3. Asia Seidt– 2:10.13
  4. Regan Smith– 2:10.35
  5. Kathleen Baker– 2:10.79
  6. Erin Voss– 2:10.81
  7. Bridgette Alexander- 2:11.74
  8. Ally Howe– 2:12.30

WOMEN’S 100 BREAST:

  1. Katie Meili– 1:05.95
  2. Lilly King– 1:07.43
  3. Macarena Ceballos– 1:08.02
  4. Miranda Tucker– 1:08.56
  5. Melanie Margalis– 1:08.87
  6. Riley Scott– 1:09.00
  7. Emily Kopas- 1:09.05
  8. Marina Garcia-1:09.24

WOMEN’S 200 BREAST:

  1. Madisyn Cox– 2:25.62
  2. Emily Escobedo– 2:26.04
  3. Katie Meili– 2:26.81
  4. Marina Garcia- 2:27.13
  5. Lilly King– 2:27.21
  6. Melissa Rodriguez- 2:28.21
  7. Esther Gonzalez Medina- 2:28.86
  8. Riley Scott– 2:28.97

WOMEN’S 100 FLY:

  1. Kelsi Worrell– 57.44
  2. Hellen Moffitt– 58.83
  3. Katie McLaughlin– 59.17
  4. Farida Osman– 59.36
  5. Flora Molnar- 59.38
  6. Lauren Case– 59.41
  7. Veronica Burchill- 59.58
  8. Mallory Comerford– 59.67

WOMEN’S 200 FLY:

  1. Kelsi Worrell– 2:09.37
  2. Joanna Melo– 2:10.18
  3. Katie McLaughlin– 2:10.35
  4. Lauren Case– 2:10.80
  5. Vanessa Krause- 2:11.33
  6. Remedy Rule- 2:11.41
  7. Chelsea Britt- 2:12.11
  8. Olivia Carter- 2:12.22

WOMEN’S 200 IM:

  1. Madisyn Cox– 2:11.56
  2. Siobhan Haughey-2:12.10
  3. Sarah Darcel- 2:15.73
  4. Emma Barksdale- 2:15.78
  5. Mackenzie Padington- 2:15.83
  6. Monika Gonzalez- 2:15.96
  7. Emily Escobedo– 2:16.06
  8. Lilly King– 2:16.58

WOMEN’S 400 IM:

  1. Madisyn Cox– 4:39.07
  2. Elizabeth Beisel– 4:40.00
  3. Allie Szekely– 4:41.10
  4. Joanna Melo– 4:41.42
  5. Leah Smith– 4:42.94
  6. Sarah Darcel- 4:44.86
  7. Emma Barksdale- 4:44.92
  8. Ally McHugh- 4:45.04

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Comments

  1. lovethemile says:

    Missing a bunch of times from Charlotte…

    • Lauren Neidigh says:

      Hi. For some reason, USA Swimming has included some of the Charlotte times into their database, but not all of them. I’ll go through the results and add in where it’s necessary. Thanks!

      • ct swim fan says:

        The results are in meet mobile and there are many omissions. In 3 minutes I found from Friday 100 back Elise Haan 101.02, Kylie Stewart 101.63, 200 fly Joanna Melo 210.18, Chelsea Britt 212.11, Olivia carter 212.22 100 Breast Melanie margalis 108.87 (108.83 in prelims) 200 IM Joanna Melo 215.21, 400 free Hannah Moore 411.99 50 free Madison Kennedy 25.22. There are many more on Saturday and Sunday as well.

        • Lauren Neidigh says:

          I went through meet mobile and added them in. When originally putting the lists together, results from Charlotte UltraSwim were coming up on the USA swimming database, and there was no reason to believe some results would have been omitted. I’ll go back through the results of each meet again to make sure everything has been accounted for.

  2. Wahooswimfan says:

    left off from Charlotte:
    200 free – Leah Smith, 1;57.72
    400 IM – Leah Smith, 4:42.94

  3. ct swim fan says:

    All the Charlotte times appear to be missing.

  4. Rachel says:

    Missing Margalis’s 200 free. It was done in prelims. Also, the order on the 100 back is wrong, although I think the times are right.

  5. Prickle says:

    There was some movement forward among Americans at 200 free. But still more than a one second (on paper) behind 4 best Chinese girls. And still are not that deep: China – 8 “A” qualifiers, USA – just 5

  6. ERVINFORTHEWIN says:

    Kelsi Worrell is in great shape – 3 wins in 3 events among those the 50 free !!! Impressive

  7. Wallaby says:

    Escobedo needs to be on the 200 breaststroke top 8. She was 2:26.91 in Santa Clara

  8. Swamfan says:

    I wonder why Kathleen Baker didn’t swim the 100 back

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