We’re into ranked recruits now, including new Indiana Hoosier Kristina Paegle, the #11 recruit in the nation. Our recruiting class ranks continue.
Michigan had another strong showing in 2021-2022, finishing second at the 2022 Big Ten Championships and seventh at NCAAs.
Olympian Claire Curzan leads a very strong incoming NCAA recruiting class, headed by two TAC Titans teammates in the #1 and #2 spots.
Carmel Swim Club came away with the combined title thanks to a mostly balanced scoring between their boys and girls.
Kristin Adair, formerly of Gold Medal Swim Club in Phoenix, will join the Michigan coaching staff as a volunteer assistant for the 2022-2023 season.
The first day of the meet was electric, seeing Club Wolverine 17-year-old and Michigan recruit Hannah Bellard get the ball rolling.
The Elmbrook Swim Club quartet of Maggie Wanezek, Lucy Thomas, Campbell Stoll, and Abby Wanezek broke another 15-18 girls National Age Group Record (NAG).
The Carmel High School dominance continued on Saturday, winning 6 events en route to a 36th-straight state championship.
Plumb led the Carmel Swim Club girls to a standout performance at Winter Juniors – East, sweeping the relays and winning 10 total events.
After crushing the boys 13-14 NAG in the 200 fly this morning, Thomas Heilman is on the hunt for his 14th NAG in the past 11 days.
SwimMAC’s Baylor Nelson (pictured) won the 400 IM by 5 seconds on Day 3 of the 2021 Winter Junior Championships-East.
Earning lifetime bests, Alex Shackell and Charlotte Crush finished up the 100 fly finals as some of the fastest swimmers at their ages in history.
Baylor Nelson (pictured) took down the meet record in winning the boys’ 200 IM final with 1:42.01 on Day 2 in Greensboro.
The Carmel Swim Club shaved 0.05s off of the girls 400 medley relay 15-18 National Age Group and meet records set by Fort Collins in 2017.
Thomas Heilman led prelims with a 19.96 in the boys 50 free, inching towards yet another NAG for the 14-year-old star.