University of Virginia commit Cavan Gormsen snuck under the Junior Nationals standard in the 200 fly during the MR LIAC Summertime Classic Invitational.
15-year old Thomas Heilman (above) will lead a loaded U.S. roster to the 2022 Junior Pan Pacific Chamipionships in August.
Olympian Bella Sims headlines the top 20 NCAA swimming recruits in the high school graduating class of 2023 – a strong distance class that is rising fast.
Suburban Seahawks’ Lainey Mullins has verbally committed to UVA for the 2023-24 school year and beyond.
It would come as quite a shock if Katie Ledecky doesn’t win the 400 free this week.
With Katie Ledecky the clear number one, Katie Grimes and Bella Sims will be among the names vying for the second spot in the women’s 800 freestyle.
We’ve seen speedy age group swimming all winter, and the NCSA psych sheets are replete with all-time age group leaders and top college recruits.
Gormsen’s time in the 500 moves her up into 11th all-time in the girls’ 15-16 age group, and she also won the 100, 200 and 1000 free at the competition.
Howley already has a best time that would have placed her in the ‘A’ final of the 200 butterfly at the 2021 NCAA Championships.
Tennessee freshman Julia Mrozinski chopped nearly 6 seconds off her lifetime best in the 400 free on Friday night in Knoxville.
Tennessee’s Allan Jones Aquatic Center will play host to the Tennessee Long Course Invite, a replacement for the cancelled Knoxville PSS.
NCAP 17-year-old Camille Spink posted a best time to win the women’s 100 free convincingly.
Long Island Aquatic Club 16-year-old Tess Howley tore up the pool, ripping a massive new personal best of 1:52.76 in the 200 fly.
On the 2nd day of the NCAP Invite, the senior girls put up times that rivaled those we’re seeing at the Speedo Winter Junior Championships in NC and TX.
The biggest race of the night came in the men’s 1650, where 14-year-old Sean Green out of Long Island Aquatic Club roared to a massive new PB of 15:23.14.