Teagan O’Dell faces a gauntlet of competition this weekend, with head-to-head matchups against swimmers like Leah Hayes and Maggie Wanezek.
At last season’s Pac-12 Championships, Alana Berlin’s best times would have placed her 5th in the 100 back, 7th in the 100 fly, and 21st in the 200 IM.
#1 Thomas Heilman was one of the four top-20 ranked boys to announce their verbal commitments to Virginia on the same day in October.
After winning a silver medal at the World Championships in the 800 free relay, Alex Shackell emerges as our #1 recruit in the girls’ HS class of 2025.
Alana Berlin completed her second 50 LCM underwater kick in a meet this past weekend, dropping over half a second in the last year.
Whitfield’s 100 free win was his fourth of the week, as he had previously won the 50 free, 200 free, and 100 fly races as well.
Thompson’s time would have scored at the 2023 NCAA Championships, and she is now the third girl in the class of 2024 to go sub-4:10.
Diehl (above) won the 200 back by over two seconds. Brendan Whitfield dropped 2.93 seconds off his PB to win the boys 100 fly in a 46.26.
Elmbrook Swim Club 17-year-old Lucy Thomas lowered her own Wisconsin Swimming LSC 17-18 record in the 100 breast last month.
Young talent was on display at the Schroeder hosted meet, with swimmers like Alana Berlin and Thomas MacMillan posting new best times.
The 16-year-old Thomas overtakes the likes of Lydia Jacoby and Lilly King to rank seventh all-time in the girls’ 15-16 age group.
Over this past weekend, Midwestern swimmers broke meet records at the A+ meet. The meet featured swimmers from surrounding states.
Host team Schroeder Y capped off their YMCA Festival meet the same way they started it: by breaking a Y National Record in a relay.
The swim marked a huge improvement for Broaders, blowing her previous best of 55.29 out of the water.
Champaign Y’s Angela Coe, after winning the girls 200 IM on Thursday, took the girls 100 fly with a 53.00.