Alec Enyeart won by over 20 seconds and will be arriving at Texas this fall. It was a best time by about six seconds.
Enyeart was almost four seconds faster in the 400 free this year than he was at this meet a year ago and would have finished 6th at US International Trials.
Sim swam a best time of 1:00.54 two weeks ago and now moves up from #13 to #12 in the women’s 15-16 age group all-time.
Ponsler was second in the event at Wave I Trials last summer in a 4:22.23 which allowed him to swim the event again at Wave II.
Spink’s 100 free was a best time by over half of a second. It also was much faster than her 56.08 which she swam at US International Team Trials in April.
Gemmell, a Texas commit, was less than a tenth off both of her best times in the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly at the meet.
Nation’s Capital’s Camille Spink put up a time of 25.53 in the women’s 50 free, faster than she was at the 2022 International Team Trials.
Olympian Bella Sims headlines the top 20 NCAA swimming recruits in the high school graduating class of 2023 – a strong distance class that is rising fast.
Szobota’s time marked a near 15-second drop and ranks him 75th all-time in the boys’ 13-14 age group.
Young rising stars were the headliners through three days at the Eastern Zone Super Sectionals, including in the girls’ 200 breast.
NBAC’s Grace Black will enter Princeton in the fall of 2023 with 100/200 backstroke times that are already A-final worthy at the Ivy League level.
In the IM, Gemmell clocked a 1:57.78, marking another huge personal best.
One of the top performers of the day was Toby Barnett, a 17-year-old out of Rockford-Montgomery Swim Club, who won both the men’s 100 back and 500 free.
Texas commit Erin Gemmell anchored in a 1:43.21 to help the NCAP relay break the 17-18 800 freestyle relay NAG record.
Stone Ridge won the girls’ portion of the meet, while the Churchill boys’ surprise came in the form of a team victory by a margin of just 2.5 points.