Previews & Recaps
Andrew Seliskar dominated the 200 IM and returned to put up a key leg on NCAP’s record-breaking 400 medley relay at the end of night 5 at NCSA Junior Nationals.
Janet Hu is the top seed in two of three girls races, with her future Stanford teammate Simone Manuel heading up the other event.
Andrew Seliskar holds the top seeds in the 200 breast and 100 fly as well as the second seed in the 100 back. For the girls, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson had a pair of strong prelims races.
Janet Hu is highly seeded in a pair of events going into Thursday night.
Gunnar Bentz has arrived at NCSA Junior Nationals, and he hold a pair of top-2 seeds. Janet Hu, Simone Manuel and Francis Haas all look primed to repeat after night 2 wins.
The final day of NCSA Summer Junior Nationals at IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis, IN was fairly timid in terms of…
Day four of the 2014 NCSA Summer Junior National Championships in Indianapolis, IN ended with four of eight individual championship…
The 2014 NCSA Junior National Championships are providing a centralized location for their national championship meet this summer. From Tuesday,…
Kylie Stewart’s winning time in the 200 backstroke at NCSA’s would have also won NCAA’s the same weekend.
Nation’s Capital went 3:12.58 to break the 15-18 National Age Group record set by SwimMAC, with Carsten Vissering (pictured above) joining John Shebat, Andrew Seliskar and James Jones.