Meanwhile, Connor Foote of Alamo Heights (pictured above) was the only double winner, claiming the 100 back and 100 free.
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) had its boys & girls swimming & diving regional meets this past weekend.
Georgetown High School senior Corby Furrer, a free/fly specialist from Nitro Swimming, has committed to Harvard’s class of 2025.
Tonight, Rausch split 51.3/54.5 en route to her 1:45.96, the Ohio State ’25 commit’s first time under 1:46 as well as her first time under 1:47.
Matthew Fallon (above) is the #3 recruit in the class of 2021 and still hasn’t made his college decision yet. He already has NCAA-worthy times.
Emma Sticklen and Lillie Nordmann will go head-to-head in class 6A with the state title and state records on the line in the 100 fly.
Jack Armstrong went 20.10 and 43.96 in the sprints to highlight the boys Texas 5A state meet. Meanwhile Kaitlynn Sims went 4:39.73 in the 500 and Lindsay Looney added a 1:59.33 IM and 53.28 butterfly on the girls side.
The boys 6A landscape looks much different after the graduation of Jack LeVant. And it’s not just the record-shattering LeVant: every single 6A boys individual swimming race last year was won by a senior, opening up the field in a big way for 2019.
Wheal, a Virginia commit, now ranks 2nd among American juniors in the event this season.
Freshman impressed and a number of 5A records fell at the 2018 Texas 5A State Championships.