Gabriel Jett of Clovis took his 5th title of the meet by winning the 200 IM at 2:02.88, ranking No. 6 in the 17-18 age group this season and No. 55 all-time.
Quicksilver Swimming’s Kailyn Winter, a class of 2025 Alabama commit, swam a lifetime best 50 free time of 25.61 in prelims and went on to win the event.
Brandon Fischer is top seed in the men’s 200 breast on Saturday in Irvine.
Erica Sullivan was top seed in the women’s 800 free in Irvine; Bella Sims won the event by over 4 seconds.
Olympians Haley Anderson and Jordan Wilimovsky won the 10k events at the West Coast Open Water Championships, the country’s largest open water meet.
Ohio State won its first women’s Big Ten swimming & diving title in two decades last year, and a deep group of returners make them the favorites to repeat.
We kick off our expanded rankings of the incoming freshman classes for NCAA swimming & diving with our 13th- through 16th-ranked programs.
We’re expanding our NCAA swimming & diving recruiting class ranks this year, counting down the top 16 classes of freshmen entering the NCAA next fall.
U.S. Olympian Tom Shields, a California postgrad, has scratched out of his signature 100 fly. Shields, however, will still swim the 200 free.
With her lifetime bests, she would rank #2 all-time in the mile and #3 all-time in the 500 free on Rutgers’ historical list.
Reynolds hit the wall in 15:41.73, significantly dropping from his previous best of 15:52.22.
No other 16-year-old has been under 23 in the United States this year, and only Michael Andrew has been faster in the 18 & under range.
Terrapin Swim Club’s Andrei Minakov, 16, came within two tenths of his 100 fly 15-16 national age group record Saturday.
Kenisha Liu (Brea Aquatics) has won 4 events through 2 days of competition.
Cathryn Salladin (above) won the 1000 free at the Carlsbad Sectionals for the 2nd-straight year.