The girls of York YMCA were the stars of day 3 at the Short Course YMCA National Championships in Greensboro. York swept the girls individual events, setting new national records in all three.
Ryan Dudzinski is part of a 5-strong fall signing class for the Stanford men.
Matt Anderson (right) has verbally committed to the Stanford Cardinal.
Brad Zdroik from the Somerset Valley YMCA in New Jersey has verbally committed to the Stanford Cardinal, marking a splashy entry…
Erin Voss further obliterated the national record in the 200 back, taking two more seconds off after cutting three from it in prelims. Somerset Valley’s Brad Zdroik and Zack Warner also won two titles apiece on the night and three boys 800 free relays got under the national record.
Olvia Ontjes from YOTA, meanwhile, skipped the 50 free to focus on the 200 breast this year, and so far the decision has paid off.
US Junior National Team member, Andrew Seliskar (pictured above), is the number one recruit from the high school class of 2015.
While Day 3 was the first prelims session with no new national records, there was still plenty of fast swimming to go around.
Maxwell Dolan (400 IM), Zachary Molloy (200 free) and the Middle Tyger girls (400 medley relay) all set national records on night 2 of the YMCA Short Course National Championships.
This race was another one of our “pre-meet highlights” and Ryan Held certainly did not disappoint. The senior out of the Springfield, Illinois YMCA not only swam a lifetime best of 19.58 to win the title.