One year ago, we ranked the recruits in the high school class of 2018. Now, we look back on those rankings to factor in each swimmer’s senior season as they head into NCAA competition. (Pictured: Taylor Ruck)
Cody Bybee was stellar in his three individual swims, earning wins in all of them.
On the 2nd night of the 2018 TISCA Championships, Harpeth Hall’s Alex Walsh and Baylor School’s Trey Freeman stole the show again.
2018 TISCA HS CHAMPIONSHIPS February 9th-10th, 2018 Knoxville, Tennessee (University of Tenn.) Championship Central (Live streaming info here) Live results…
Harpeth Hall’s Gretchen Walsh (above) will look for state titles in the 50 free and 100 back at her debut high school championships meet.
The Nashville Aquatic Club bettered the 15-18 National Age Group record, but with 14-year-old Gretchen Walsh on the team, the record doesn’t officially count.
SwimSwam has put together a list of the fastest 8 swimmers in each event from the two meets combined.
Swimmers are set to compete in finals of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and 200 free relay.
NAC star Alex Walsh is chasing her own Meet Record in the 200 IM.
A young group of female sprinters poised to take over American relays, including Kate Douglass (above), will be a highlight of Thursday morning’s preliminary session.
Allie Raab is one of the many stars heading to The Farm next fall.
tanford women’s swimming and diving officially welcomed the Class of 2022 on Thursday.
Tampa, Florida’s Morgan Tankersley, our #4 recruit in the high school class of 2018, has made it official: she intends to swim for Stanford University in the fall.
Reece Whitley, the #1 recruit in the class of 2018, verbally committed to Cal on June 17, 2017.
Amalie Fackenthal of Davis Aquadarts Racing Team and Sacramento Country Day School has verbally committed to Stanford University’s class of 2022.