Maximus Williamson (pictured above) and Justina Kozan are the lone athletes to qualify for this year’s U.S. National Junior Team roster in four events.
Alec Enyeart won by over 20 seconds and will be arriving at Texas this fall. It was a best time by about six seconds.
Ponsler was second in the event at Wave I Trials last summer in a 4:22.23 which allowed him to swim the event again at Wave II.
2021 Olympian Katie Grimes leads a recruiting class that could really transform the NCAA relay landscape with its sprint freestyle depth.
The 2022 NCSA Spring Championships close tonight with finals of the 50 fly, 200 IM, and 50 free, fastest heats of distance events, and the 400 medley relay.
Inspire Swim Team’s Nate Germonprez, a Texas commit, shaved .22 off his lifetime best 200 IM time from Winter Juniors in December during prelims.
Lubbock narrowly defended its title over the weekend, winning the girls state championship by just 18.5 points. In contrast, the school won last year by 48.
The meet is headlined by numerous college commits and has multiple athletes seeded to win both of their events at the meet.
Kaitlyn Owens was 53.90 to win the 100 back, hundredths away from her own 5A record. She was also the 50 free champion (23.01).
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) had its boys & girls swimming & diving regional meets this past weekend.
Lakeside Aquatic Club’s 14-year-old Cooper Lucas was smashing record left and right. He took down a trio of records set by World Junior Champion Sean Grieshop