Anna Auld, who made the 2019-20 National Junior Team for open water, has announced her verbal commitment to Florida for 2020-21.
USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Mary Kate Kelley from Episcopal AmberJax has verbally committed to Florida for 2021-22.
Georgia Bates has given a verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2021-22. Her sister Talia is a freshman this year.
North Carolina high school record-holder Brooke Zettel has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2021-22.
Among her new PRs was a 1:01.03 in the 100 back, and she also took nearly seven seconds off of her best in the 200 back.
We’ve got two true lights-out sprinters at the top of a class that’s ultimately built on distance swimmers with scary-good improvement curves.
Curzan is now the second-fastest 16&U performer of all-time, and just the second 13-14-year-old in history to break :48.
Along with Claire Curzan’s 13-14 100 FL NAG, 3 more Sectional meet records were broken.
Veteran Ashely Twichell set a new meet record on the first night of the 2019 Cary Sectionals.
Freshman Claire Curzan took down a National Age Group Record in the girls’ meet, while two Virginia commits (including Jack Walker, above) took down records belonging to swimmers who would become Olympic gold medalists.
Charlotte Hook (pictured above) and Tona Zinn stood out among their peers in 2018.
Read all about our Weekly Wonders from the weekend of November 9-11, 2018.
Claire Curzan’s 23.85 butterfly leg helped lead the TAC Titans to a new NAG in the girls 13-14 200 medley relay.
Michael Andrew lowered his 100 breast NAG while the Mason Manta Rays’ men picked up another relay record Wednesday night.
The girls of W.A. Hough erased a 17-point deficit with just three events to go, taking a second and two firsts to win the girls class 4A title for North Carolina high school swimming. The Green Hope boys won by almost 100 points in a rounded team effort despite winning just one event.