SCSC’s relay of Aiden Zhou, Shareef Elaydi, Isabel Wu, and Alison Su broke the 200 mixed medley, 200 free, and 400 free NAGs two weekends ago.
SwimMAC Carolina teammates Clarke Neace and Santiago Alzate, both 15, each medaled in the 1500 free and set new personal best times.
Louisville swimmers came out swinging during the first night in Greensboro, but none more so than Jr. Paige Hetrick whose 50 time earned her an OT cut.
Sayers’ best times in the 200 breaststroke and 400 IM would have qualified her for the B-final at the 2023 ACC Championships.
The final day of the 2022 Tennessee Invite has arrived and fans should be in for some fast swimming this morning in Knoxville.
The UNC men and women claimed victory against South Carolina with numerous season-best times posted, including fifth-year Grace Countie (featured above).
52-second backstroker Emma Karam headlines the UNC Tar Heels recruiting class as we kick off our class by class NCAA recruiting class ranks.
Also highlighting the night was UNC commit (2022) Aislin Farris of Bluefish picking up a win in the women’s 200 IM with a 2:18.10 pictured above.
Florida commit Josh Parent swam a 4:22.51 to win the men’s 400 IM. Parent has a best time of 4:20.94 from April 2022.
In the men’s 800 free, Bluefish Swim Club’s Josh Parent (17) and Alex Parent (15) went 1-2.
Bluefish Swim Club 17-year-old Josh Parent was on fire on day 2 of the NE LCM Senior Champs at Brown, winning the men’s 400 IM and taking 2nd in the 200 free.
CS 18-year-old Natalie Mannion, a National Junior Team member, won the women’s 100 back in 1:02.19, touching just off her personal best of 1:01.87.
Wisconsin recruit Hailey Tierney, a 16-year-old out of Lake Country Swim Team, won the women’s 50 free, swimming a new personal best of 26.47.
The performance also comes on the heels of Ramey swimming a new personal best of 1:46.24 at the Indiana High School State meet last month.
Sophomore Payton Foster led the Greenwich High Schools girls to their 23rd Connecticut high school state title in New Haven.