The rich get richer as the reigning NCAA champions at UVA bring in a freshman class headlined by star sprinter Gretchen Walsh.
Olympic silver medalist Erica Sullivan (pictured) headlines Texas’ class with the ability to come in and win NCAA titles right away.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club’s Mackenzie McConagha dropped a 1:02.08 lifetime best 100 meter back to improve upon the 1:05 she swam at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Dahlke finished 2nd in the women’s 50, chipping 0.27 seconds off her previous best, and touching under the Wave I standard of 25.99.
Torri Huske, an 18-year-old from Arlington Aquatic Club, won the women’s 200 free in 2:00.19.
Arlington Aquatic Club’s Torri Huske posted a lifetime best 200 yard fly time of 1:53.71 on Saturday at the Potomac Valley Short Course Championships.
The VHSL Class 6 State meet was held this past week, seeing VHSL records, and even a pair of national high school records fall.
Spanish National Team diver Valeria Antolino Pacheco is the latest addition to the University of Florida women’s swimming and diving class of 2025.
Virginia Tech commit Landon Gentry is now one of only a handful 16 year-olds to go 1:43 in the 200 fly and has now hit three best times this meet.
Tori Huske earned her third win of the meet with a 1:43 200 free, while each of tonight’s winners on the boys side earned his second in two days.
Runnels is the defending Virginia HS 6A Champion in the 100 back, where she won the 2020 title in a 54.16. She was also fourth in the 100 fly (55.50).
Samantha Tadder (above) is one of three swimmers ranked in the top 10 of the high school class of 2021 that are still uncommitted.
The Woodson boys and James Madison girls won VHSL Class 6 State Championships yesterday, while Torri Huske set a new national public school 100 fly record.
16-year-old Torri Huske won 2 titles on the closing day of the 2019 NCSA Summer Junior Nationals meet.
Justine Murdoch (BBA), 16, blew away her previous best time of 2:15.25, and qualified first for tonight’s A final by over 3 seconds.