Max McHugh Perfecting Details Now in Preparation for NCAAs

2022 MINNESOTA INVITE

3x NCAA Champion Max McHugh tied with Cal’s Reece Whitley at the Minnesota Invite this past weekend, both posting 51.51.

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Andrew
2 months ago

Max McHuge is lowkey my pick to win both breaststroke events

Obviously, he’ll win the 100, but I think he’ll edge the 200 over Fatt Mallon and Baby Faced French kid due to home pool advantage

200Fly400IMGang
Reply to  Andrew
2 months ago

Yeah, I think Leon may do 200 Fly this year, possibly? He may be the only 200 breaststroker on his squad, but he could make a run for the 200 Fly 🙂

Matt Fallon with that back half tho… sheesh 😀

Andrew
Reply to  200Fly400IMGang
2 months ago

I agree he could podium easily in 2 fly, but it seems more likely Marchand will keep 2 breast.

Executing breastroke helps both IM distances way more than fly and after all, he is the defending champ in 2 breast.

oxyswim
Reply to  200Fly400IMGang
2 months ago

ASU has Kos coming at mid-year, no way Leon goes 200 FL with him in that with Colson being a potential A finalist too.

Former Big10
Reply to  oxyswim
2 months ago

Kos will do the 200 back and both IM, no? 200 back is a little bit weaker than 200 fly right now.

geo durin
Reply to  Andrew
2 months ago

He said baby faced French kid, I’m dead 😛

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