Haley Dolan of Seaholm High School and the Birmingham ‘Y’ Blue Dolphins has announced her verbal commitment to swim for Boston College in 2018-19.
The Bolles boys extended their winning streak to 30 straight state titles with a dominant 350 points. On the girls’ side, Bolles extended their streak to 28 with 333.5 points.
Brent Hoshall, who swims for Pinecrest High School and Sandhills Sand Sharks, has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for 2018-19.
Nani Welsh (pictured with her coach Tom Kleiboeker) of Park Hill High School and Tsunami Swim Team of Kansas City has verbally committed to Drury University’s class of 2022.
The Aggies had 2 swimmers, Béryl Gastaldello and Sydney Pickrem, pick up multiple individual wins
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Kendall Ware of Victor Swim Club announced her verbal commitment to swim at the University of Vermont in the fall of 2018.
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The Aggies did something they haven’t done in 55 years when they faced the reigning NCAA champion Longhorns in dual meet action: They came out on top.
Arkansas crushed Nebraska in a short dual meet at Arkansas.
LSU dominated SMU at the inaugural meet of SMU’s new pool.
The Boilermakers won the women’s meet, while the Hawkeyes took the men’s.
Drabot held a slight lead over defending NCAA champion Ella Eastin throughout the race, holding her off in the final 50 to win it 1:54.49 to 1:54.70. That’s a lifetime best for Drabot by 5 seconds per the USA Swimming database.
Felix Auboeck won the 200 free as Michigan claimed dual meet wins over Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Penn State on the men’s and women’s sides.