Sam McHugh and Luke Kaliszak combine to break four pool records at the Martha Bass Invitational.
Caeleb Dressel is marching his times down, though he still needs some big drops to go to break the four high school records he’s taking a shot at.
Clausen is primarily a freestyle specialist. He will be in Salo’s “long spirit” group no doubt (at USC), because the longer the race gets the faster Clausen goes.
Roses on her decision to commit to Cal: “For me, the decision came down to how comfortable I felt with the team, coaches, academics and campus.”
The St. Andrews girl absolutely dominated their competition, winning every event other then the 50 yard free and 200 yard free relay. The girls finished with 122 points over last year’s winner: Cleveland High School who placed second with 90 points…
It was younger sister Sherridon who deserves most of the headlines after Florida’s 2A District Championship meets.
Coleman Weibley will finish his tenure with the Florida State Seminoles on Friday, as he has accepted a job with…
Joseph Schooling and the Bolles boys won the District 2-1A title to start their state title defense.
The California Interscholastic Federation is considering a move to a single state championship meet.
Video feature is courtesy of Positive Coach. The Ron & Don Heidary feature interview is courtesy of SwimSwam contributor Dean Ottati.
Caeleb Dressel will have a shot at four National High School Records.
The attempt to balance the opportunities for women to those of men didn’t get a firm push forward until Title IX was passed in 1972. Even after it became law it took another 10 years to begin to make a substantial impact on extending girls careers in swimming beyond high school and providing a wide breadth of collegiate opportunities.
Reed Malone, now a freshman at USC, will be one of Onstott’s last great swimmers, and one of his best.
The First Baptist High School swimmers pose with their trophies from the South Carolina private/charter school State Championships.