The Utah men have added some top talent from the state of Arizona to their recruiting class, as they’ve just received a pair of verbals from 2016 Arizona state champions Cameron Heidenreich and Clay Stoddard.
Hoffer touched the wall in a time of 19.34, narrowly missing the record mark of 19.29 set by Caeleb Dressel in 2013.
2016 AZ DIVISION 2 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Full meet results Friday, November 4th – Saturday, November 5th Skyline Aquatic Center, Mesa,…
The boys team currenty has a 28-year winning streak, while the girls have a 25-year winning streak.
Brophy College Prep’s Jack Blake, an Alabama commit, dashed to a sweep of the sprint freestyles individually to help lead his team to victory.
Grover had more than just a state championship title in mind, swimming to a new Arizona State Record on the way to gold in the 50 free.
12-year-old Ronald Dalmacio added a second 11-12 National Age Group (NAG) record for the weekend, going 1:53.33 to sneak under the 200 yard back NAG.
Swimming and mannequins work well together.
Rose Bowl Aquatics 12-year old Ronald Dalmacio has shattered the National Age Group Record in the 100 yard backstroke. Swimming at…
Oak Hall’s Isabel Ivey, a member of the USA’s National Junior Team, set herself up well for the state meet after winning both of her races at the region 1 meet.
After 15 years as an age group swim mom, this is my first year as a parent of a college swimmer. I love both roles, but there are big differences between the two. Especially at swim meets.
Bayshore sophomore Ryley Ober got the job done at the region 3 meet, setting herself up as the top seed for the state meet in the middle distance freestyles
Plant High School’s Morgan Tankersley was a force to be reckoned with in the middle distance freestyle races on Saturday night at the 2016 Florida High School 4A State Championships.
Morgan Tankersley smashed a pair of state records tonight, clocking a 1:44.3 in the 200 free and a 4:37.6 in the 500 free en route to 2 state championship titles.
An extremely close meet on the women’s side saw Bartram Trail take the championship title by half a point over Gainesville. Bartram Trail is now the first northeast Florida public high school to win a state title since 1941.