Logan, the winner of the 50 back as well, dropped a few tenths off her previous best time of 1:02.39 that was set leading off the 400 medley relay.
For Fulton, the time was a personal best, marking her first time under 28 seconds in the event.
Daniel Diehl’s time of 25.32 is just 0.21 seconds away from Michael Andrew’s unofficial national age group record of 25.13 in the 50 back.
In the 200 free, Moesch dropped nearly four seconds off her previous best time of 2:03.14 that was set just two weeks ago.
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After breaking the 15-16 boys National Age Group Record in the LCM 100 back earlier this year, Diehl has now risen to #3 all-time among 15-16s in the 200 bk.
Cumberland Y 16-year-old Daniel Diehl was on top of things again this morning at Y Nationals, taking on a difficult 200 free/200 back double.
While Daniel Diehl was the standout performer on the mens’ side of the meet, it was the Somerset Y that led the womens’ side, winning four out of five events.
Moesch now surpasses 2022 World Championship bronze medalist Torri Huske as the #5 ranked swimmer all-time in the 15-16 age group rankings.
During day one’s prelims session, Greater Somerset County’s Anna Moesch came .7 of her own YMCA 100 free national record which she swam in April.
Diehl and a few of the top girls’ swimmers from New Jersey are set to headline the YMCA long course nationals that begin on July 19.
She comes in just ahead of Dagny Knutson, and just 0.03 seconds behind Simone Manuel, who is #3 all-time in the age group.
As expected heading into tonight, Piedmont Family Y handily won the combined and men’s team titles at the 2022 SCY YMCA Nationals
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