With Alexia Zevnik, Hannah Moore, and Rachel Muller coming off a strong 2016 NCAAs, and Ky-Lee Perry bringing immediate individual scoring potential, NC State should be able to compete for another top 10 finish this season.
NC State led the way with four first time qualifiers
Lawrence Free State swimmers Ava Cormaney, Alvena Walpole, Courtney Caldwell, and Sydney Sirimongkhon Dyck
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Courtney Caldwell (left) has verbally committed to the North Carolina State Wolfpack.
Shawnee East relied on its depth and podium relays to make it five straight team titles. In the 5-1A division, the story of the day were the impressive freshmen state champions.
Prelims for the 2014 Kansas State Swimming and Diving championships got underway today with one new Kansas state record entering the record books.
Columbia Swim Club’s Elizabeth Walker finally broke through with her first two wins of the weekend, both lifetime-bests and huge time drops. Michael Andrew and Jacob Molacek continued to impress while Chelsea Tatlow took home her third win of the meet.