This video of the Wyckoff YMCA Sharks’ team trip to YMCA Nationals is courtesy of Lucas Keh. The team made a strong showing at the meet, which was held August 3rd-7th in Indianapolis.
Westport/Weston Family YMCA Water Rat Swim Team Head Coach, Ellen Johnston, has been named as National YMCA Coach of the…
All race videos courtesy of USA Swimming on YouTube.
In a couple-week period chock full of outstanding short course yard swimming, perhaps no one had a more impressive run than 16-year-old York YMCA standout Meghan Small.
Harnish, Konopka, Small break more national records as Middle Tyger & Sarasota win YNats team titles
The individual stars of the meet all week, Courtney Harnish, Katrina Konopka and Meghan Small closed out Short Course YMCA Nationals with an individual national record apiece.
The Short Course YMCA National Championship meet continues to be a showdown between the girls of Middle Tyger YMCA and the girls of York Y. On Thursday night, Middle Tyger had the upper hand, breaking two national records.
The girls of York YMCA were the stars of day 3 at the Short Course YMCA National Championships in Greensboro. York swept the girls individual events, setting new national records in all three.
Meghan Small crushed a 1:51.74 to take the women’s 200y backstroke at tonight’s YMCA Nationals at Greensboro Aquatic Center.
The 2015 YMCA National Short Course Championships continued today from the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The men and women competed in…
15-year old Courtney Harnish won the girls’ 1000 yard free for the second-straight year.
YMCA Swimming has put together this video, melding highlights of the YMCA National Championships in Indianapolis with coaches and swimmers talking about what YMCA swimming means to them.
Ryan Morgan and the Somerset Valley YMCA placed 4th at the 2014 YMCA Long Course National Championships.
The Greensboro Aquatic Center will host the next three YMCA Short Course National Championships.
The final session of the 2014 YMCA National Championships concluded Friday night with Countryside’s Ali Marsteller and Kishwaukee’s Caitlyn Moon…
Countryside YMCA’s Alisabeth Marsteller is the top seed in a pair of races heading into the last session of YMCA Nationals. The incoming Princeton Tiger leads the 100 free and 200 IM after Friday morning’s prelims.