Alyssa Marsh and the girls of Pine Lake Prep brought home their school’s first state title in any sport by winning the North Carolina 1A/2A state title over the weekend. The boys of Washington High also took home a team title in a great show of depth.
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SwimMAC took the girls’ crown at Speedo Winter Juniors- East, while the Bolles School Sharks took the boys’ crown. Palo Alto Stanford won both the girls’ and boys’ competitions at Speedo Winter Juniors- West.
The 17-18 girls of SwimMAC Carolina continued their assault on the National Age Group record books Saturday, breaking the 400 free relay mark to close Speedo East Winter Juniors.
The girls of SwimMAC Carolina killed two bird with one stone, taking down the 15-18 and 17-18 National Age Group records with one great swim at the Speedo East Winter Junior Championships.
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Sean Grieshop and the West meet won 3 of 4 composite Junior National titles on night 1, but the East meet has been deeper through the first four events.
Alyssa Marsh (pictured) was on two SwimMAC winning relays, while Jessica Merritt was the anchor of each. MAC leads the girls’ East meet on Day One of Speedo Junior Nationals.
SwimMAC’s Jessica Marsh (above) rocked a 1:45.33 anchor en route to SwimMAC’s new meet record.
The Duke women have been on a tear with their recruiting since their program was upgraded to full scholarship status in the…
Alyssa Marsh has verbally committed to the Duke Blue Devils.
At the Long Course Speedo Sectionals in Athens, GA on Friday night, the 17-18 girls from SwimMAC Carolina took down the NAG record in the 4×100 meter free relay.
Rising Cardinal Aquatics star Grace Oglesby swam a new lifetime best in the 200 yard fly on Saturday evening at the 2015…
Marsh, the daughter of famed SwimMAC Carolina coach David Marsh, rocked two big back-to back wins both of which she won in AA-A record timing. The Pine Lake Prep swimmer first won the 50 freestyle where she was a 23.05 to take a solid chunk off the previous mark of 23.35. Marsh was also just off the state record in the race. She then went on to win the 100 fly in 54.08 dropping almost a full second off the AA-A record of 55.02.