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Cal commit Mia Kragh was another swimmer to post a top seed by a significant margin, swimming a 59.24 in prelims of the women’s 100 fly.
18-year-old Mia Kragh (Rancho San Dieguito) and 16-year-old Campbell Stoll (Elmbrook Swim Club) each clocked lifetime bests to finish 1st and 2nd respectively
14-year-old Teagan O’Dell touched third in the Irvine 400 IM final at 4:46.73, dropping 3 seconds and boosting up to No. 10 all-time in 13-14 history.
His previous best of 53.58 was swum at the U.S. Olympic Trials Wave I meet in early June.
Shackell’s swim now makes her the #3 performer all-time for 13-14 girls, behind only NAG-record holder Claire Curzan, and Kendyl Stewart.
Mac Looze and Charlie Swanson are looking to win the 400 IM here following their 200 breast wins yesterday. Leah Gingrich also headlines the women’s 100 fly.
The squad of Maggie Wanezek (15), Lucy Thomas (15), Campbell Stoll (16), and Abby Wanezek (17) teamed up to swim a 1:51.55.
Both teams will make their home-opener at the Rec Center Natatorium as in-state rival Texas comes to town on Friday, Oct. 15.