The Wildcats suited up at UChicago and had numerous swims that were faster than they were at midseason.
Jed Garner joins the Tennessee Volunteers this season as an intriguing breaststroke prospect with lifetime bests of 53.7/1:56.8.
Stratton-Mills joins the Wildcats after a successful six-year run at Arizona State. She takes over for Katie Robinson, who departed in June for Stanford.
Xavier’s Andrew Martin, a six-time Big East conference champion, will swim for the Northwestern Wildcats next season as a 5th-year grad transfer.
Mulgrew came away with titles in the 200 back and 200 IM while Reyna was the champion in the 1000 free and in the 200 IM.
Olasewere, who’s time from a year ago is the 6th fastest all-time for the 13-14 age group, now ranks as the 35th fastest performer among 15-16 year olds.
With his time, Baltaytis passes Michael Phelps in the 17-18 All-time Age group rankings for the event with a year left in the age group.
After scaring the national high school record in prelims, McFadden was just 0.04 seconds off that time in finals, clocking a 1:33.01.
Leung, a swimmer for Irvine Novaquatics and NAG relay recordholder, has verbally committed to Northwestern University for the fall of 2023.
Duncan will be a big addition to the Wildcat’s sprint group, with times that would have made the program’s relays last season.
Elmbrook Swim Club backstroker Stuart Seymour, a rising high school senior, has committed to join Northwestern’s Class of 2027.
David Gerchik, a 49/1:45 backstroker from Israel, has verbally committed to swim and study at Northwestern University beginning in 2023-24.
Roman Jones is now tied for the 11th fastest 15-16 performer in history with Sonny Wang’s time from February 2022. He previously sat 28th.
14-year-old Annam Olasewere of the Chelsea Piers Aquatic Club posted the #6 13-14 Girls 50 Freestyle of All-Time (22.37). She previously was #9.
At the end of Day 2, Chelsea Piers Aquatic Club leads both the women’s and men’s team scores at the Ithaca Sectionals.