NCSA Releases Psych Sheet for 2014 NCSA Summer Junior National Championships

The 2014 NCSA Junior National Championships are providing a centralized location for their national championship meet this summer. From Tuesday, August 5th to Saturday, August 9th, hundreds of swimmers will be competing at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Abby Jagdfeld from Waukesha Express has the top seed in the 100 and 200 freestyles and is also seeded in the top 8 of the 400 freestyle and the 50 freestyle.

Bowen Anderson from the Michiana Stars has the top seed in the men’s 400 freestyle and 200 freestyle. He is also seeded in the top 8 of the 50, 100, and 200 butterfly.

Several talented young swimmers that are not swimming at the USA Swimming Junior Nationals in Irvine, California, will be in the water next week in Indianapolis. For a complete list of swimmers, see the link below.

Click here for the view the 2014 NCSA Junior National Championship’s psych sheet. 

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CT Swim Fan
7 years ago

Could someone enlighten me on a few things regarding this meet? Why is there a 2nd Jr. Nationals meet and why would someone go to this one instead of the one going on right now?

Reply to  CT Swim Fan
7 years ago

Time standards and proximity.

Reply to  CT Swim Fan
7 years ago

CT – this meet is put on by NCSA, not USA Swimming. I think you’ll see a lot of East Coast swimmers, who didn’t want to travel to California, at this meet.

Reply to  CT Swim Fan
7 years ago

Different organizer (NCSA) who also sponsors the short course meet in Orlando every March. Cuts are a little easier and, of course, travel expenses a bit less for teams not based in the western half of the US. Still a good meet and, perhaps, better chances for a second swim for many of the participants.

7 years ago

Fast seeds out of Jagdfeld. Where is she going to school next year? Can she make the jr nat team out of this meet?

7 years ago

Will NCSA Juniors in Indy have a live stream broadcast?

Reply to  M R
7 years ago

Yes where can we see real time results??

Reply to  M R
7 years ago
Nancy Ray
7 years ago

I assume they are just trying to get more kids to be able to swim higher level meets. However, I do not understand the 50 meter events here? These swimmers don’t do 50’s past the age of 12 do they?

Reply to  Nancy Ray
7 years ago

Nancy Ray – they do. Remember that stroke 50’s are events at the World Championships, so there is a value to the experience.

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The writer formerly known as "Troy Gennaro", better known as Tony Carroll, has been working with SwimSwam since April of 2013. Tony grew up in northern Indiana and started swimming in 2003 when his dad forced him to join the local swim team. Reluctantly, he joined on the condition that …

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