Jack Conger Will Be Taking His 1:58 200 Fly / 1:55 200 Back to the NCSA Summer Championships

The 2013 NCSA Summer Championships are almost here and several up-and-coming junior swimmers are preparing to compete at IUPUI in Indianapolis. The meet will start July 30th and continue until August 3rd. The meet is being held at the same pool as the men’s and women’s NCAA Championships and the US World Championship Trials.

The biggest name at the NCSA Summer Championships is Jack Conger. Conger was on the World University Team that competed in Kazan, Russia. At the games, he won the 200m backstroke and finished 6th in the 100m backstroke. He is entered in the 200m backstroke, 200m butterfly, 200m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m freestyle, 100m butterfly, 50m backstroke, and the 50m freestyle. The future Texas Longhorn was ranked first in his high school class. This past weekend, he swam very impressive 200m butterfly. You can read about it here. 

Other up-and-coming names that are entered in the meet include Ashley Boyles, Maggie D’Innocenzo, Abby Jagdfeld, Jake Schultz, Kate Herrill, Kyle Aerne, Madeline Tegner, Cannon Clifton, Robert Owen, Hellen Moffitt, Connor Black, Kirsten Vose, Michael Miller, Gia Dalesandro, Courtney Clarke, Josh Beals, Abigail Speers, and Austin Flager.

The current psych sheet is not yet final. There are still obvious errors and corrections that need to be made. Several swimmers were entered with their yard times. The final entries are due by the 23rd of July and after that, all the corrections will be made.

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Will Conger swim the 200 fly or won’t he? This article says he’s entered, but the article that talks about his 200 fly this past weekend says he won’t swim the race at Juniors.

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Where did you get that Connor Black is swimming? He’s not on the posted psych sheet. Too bad, would love to see Conger, Black and Lynch swim the 100 fly next to each other.


Why would anyone go to this meet over USA Swimming’s Jrs? Why are they being held at the same time (almost)?


Could be you get more of your team in it and a few swimmers may be going to both more competing. Reminds of when there were 2 Jrs. East and West and both were well attended. Of course that was when 6 of our famous coaches got that system eliminated because they knew better.

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