It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Claire Curzan is one of the top NCAA prospects of all-time, and she leads a recruiting class that includes four of our top ten recruits nationally.
Led by Claire Curzan, the Stanford Cardinal have an unmatched freshman class this season that will help propel them back into national title contention.
Olympian Claire Curzan leads a very strong incoming NCAA recruiting class, headed by two TAC Titans teammates in the #1 and #2 spots.
Taylor Morris, Samantha Armand, Charlotte Hook and Keelan Cotter of the TAC Titans broke an eight-year-old record in the 400 medley relay last weekend.
Carmel Swim Club’s Alex Shackell broke 2:10 for the first time to win the girls’ 200 fly, besoming the 9th all-time fastest swimmer in her age group.
The 30 year old Jorge Murillo swam the event at both the 2016 Rio and 2020 Tokyo Olympics as he competed for Colombia.
Hook was third in the event at US International Team Trials as she swam a 2:08.80. Her best stands at a 2:07.87 from summer 2019.
Wolfpack swimmers won a majority of the events on the first day in Cary, but top recruits Charlotte Hook and Baylor Nelson earned wins too.
Condorelli is entered in the 50 freestyle at Mt Hood Sectionals. Also set to compete this weekend are Katharine Berkoff, Coleman Stewart, and Max McHugh.
The North Carolina Division 1 state record holder in the 100 fly has announced she will be travelling across the country to join UCSD in 2023.
Katie Ledecky secured a spot on the US World Championship team for the fifth time on night 1 of 2022 International Trials.
Si è conclusa la prima serata di finali ai Trials USA Nei 100 stile libero femminili cambio della guardia, Dressel primo al mondo nei 100
Trenton Julian is aiming to make his first major LCM international team after blasting a 1:54.34 in the 200 fly in prelims this morning.