Three boy’s records and a girl’s record were broken as Adam Wiedemeier and and Lillian Tichenor won swimmer of the meet honors.
Notre Dame Jack Hoagland won three events, and the Fighting Irish downed several pool records, as Notre Dame faced Missouri State at the Shamrock Invite.
The swim marks a personal best for Hoagland, coming in under his 9:01.00 from last season.
Ohio State’s Becca Luft took a sweep of the sprints. In the 100 free, she took down her lifetime best for the first time since 2014.
Akron’s Paulina Nogaj put up a highlight swim on day 2. Nogaj swam to a 52.54 in the 100 fly, just 3 tenths shy of her lifetime best.
Isabelle Stadden of Aquajets Swim Team declined an opportunity to swim in the C final of the 100 breast, opting to focus on the 100 back final where she is seeded 2nd.
The St. Joseph’s Academy girls won their eighth consecutive LHSAA title while Jesuit successfully defended the boys championship.
Jack Fitzpatrick of Upper St Clair High School and Pittsburgh Elite Aquatics has verbally committed to the University of Notre Dame for 2019-20.
LSU commit Jolee Liles was named the Swimmer of the Meet at the Baton Rouge City Championship.
Nu Wave Swim Club’s Charles Korndorffer has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Notre Dame for 2019-20.
Huske (above) broke the NCSA long course record that was previously held by Gia Dalesandro, who would go on to become a Big Ten Champion at Indiana.
Victoria Huske broke Katie Drabot’s NCSA 50 fly record on day 1 of the Championships in Indianapolis.
The final night og the meet will feature the 50 back, 200 IM, 1650, 50 free, and 400 medley relay.
Check out the Weekly Wonders for the weekend of November 17-19, 2017.
Jesuit boys get their first title since 2012; St. Joesph’s Girls make it their 7th consecutive title