The powerhouse Carmel Swim Club girls (seen above at their dominant Indiana High School State Championship meet performance) will travel to the Nashville Aquatic Club-hosted Southern Premier meet next weekend.
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Carmel Swim Club’s Nathaniel Bledsoe has committed to swim at Penn State University for 2015-16.
Claudia Sherman, from Carmel Swim Club, has made a verbal commitment to Emory University.
Amy Bilquist has committed to swim for Teri McKeever at Cal, giving the Golden Bears that lockdown sprinter they’ve needed for years.
Purdue has been successful this year keeping Indiana’s superstars in-state. Their latest verbal comes from Taite Kitchel.
Carmel Swim Club’s Peyton Mosbaugh has verbally committed to the Miami (OH) Redhawks for next season.
Alex Clarke of Carmel High School will head an hour north on I-65 to West Lafayette in 2015 to spend the next four years at Purdue.
Andrew Seliskar is one of 6 NCAP swimmers to make the Junior National Team, and he’s on the squad in 5 different events.
Interactive Maps: 2014 Junior Nationals scoring by state – California clubs roll in home-state Juniors
Curtis Ogren was one of California’s big scorers at the Junior National Championships in Irvine. Check out interactive maps of state-by-state scoring here.
Amy Bilquist and her Carmel teammates Rachel Hayden, Veronica Burchill and Claire Adams fought through some tough finals doubles (and even a triple) to break the NAG record in the 4×100 free relay.
The team from Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics won the combined Junior National Championship on Sunday night.
Curtis Ogren leads the Palo Alto boys, who sit atop the boys team points. PASA is second in combined scores to Carmel which has gotten 218 from its outstanding girls crew.
On night two of the 2014 US Junior Natioanl Championships, the Carmel Swim Club relay of Rachel Hayden, Veronica Burchill, Claire…
Veronica Burchill is one of three Carmel girls in the 100 free final, and will also likely swim on its 400 free relay, which has a legitimate shot of taking down the 15-18 NAG record set by Missy Franklin & co. in 2010.