Olympic medalist Torri Huske leads a loaded Stanford class that landed the top spot in our rankings with four swimmers ranked inside the top-20 domestically.
The Scottsdale women and Austin Swim Club men lead heading into the final day of the Des Moines Spring Cup, with only a point between the top 2 men’s teams.
Johnson sophomore Jada Scott, the 100 free runner-up, split a 22.25 to anchor their 200 free relay to a new Texas state record.
Texas A&M commit Seth Reno posted a 19.78 in the 50 freestyle, highlighting a weekend of fast swims at the UIL 6A Regional Championships.
Nitro 14-year-old Jeremy Kelly was fourth in the 200 IM in a lifetime best 1:50.66. He shoots up to #9 all-time in the 13-14 age group.
She was out in 1:48.67 at the 200 flip, then only went over 29 once with a 29.13 penultimate 50, before careening home with a 27.74 final 50.
At a time trial meet in Lewisville, 17-year-olds Malia Rausch and Conor McKenna each put up huge time drops to log their first Olympic Trials cuts.
Versatile Julia Mrozinski from Germany has signed an NLI to swim for Tennessee next fall. She has SEC A-final-ready times in the 100/200 free and 200 fly.
Texas native Cory Shanks will take her sprint talents to Knoxville in the fall of 2021 to swim with the Lady Vols at the University of Tennessee.
An already-crowded U.S. men’s 200 IM field got even more crowded on Sunday when Sam Stewart swam a 1:57 at the College Station Sectionals.
The swim was Stewart’s lifetime best in the 200 back by a full second: his first lifetime best in the event since 2018 Summer Nationals.