This week, we’re highlighting big team dual meet performances, swimmers who stepped up, and going in-depth on the numbers of NCAA relay qualification.
Princeton’s women’s team won decisively over Dartmouth and won a much closer meet against Brown.
This morning, we’ll have prelims of the 200 free, 100 back, and 200 breast.
SOLO Aquatics 17-year-old Anna Boemer made waves on night 3 of the NE Senior Championships at Brown University, winning the women’s 100 fly in 59.64.
Bluefish Swim Club 17-year-old Josh Parent was on fire on day 2 of the NE LCM Senior Champs at Brown, winning the men’s 400 IM and taking 2nd in the 200 free.
With the performance, Kim is now the #18 13-14 all-time in the event.
McEnaney is now ranked #43 all-time in the 13-14 age group with the performance.
In the men’s 200 free, YMCA of Cumberland 16-year-old Daniel Diehl had a huge swim, posting a 1:50.12.
This morning’s prelims session will feature the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
Both Weyant sisters demonstrated their readiness for Trials at the SYS Memorial meet, taking big wins and nearing best times in some events.
English and Scottish Open Nationals medalist Caroline Lewitt has committed to Princeton University’s application process for 2022.
Edie Simecek had a solid weekend at the T2 Naples Open last week as she nabbed wins in the 100 back, 100 fly, 200 fly, and 100 free.
Versatile Sabrina Johnston from BGCN Marlins has made a commitment to the application process at Princeton, becoming the 4th verbal to the class of 2026.
Breaststroke/IM specialist Eliza Brown, currently swimming with Sarasota Sharks, will bring A-final ready times to Princeton in the fall of 2022.
16-year-old Liam Custer touched 1st in the 500 free with a time of 4:18.49, breaking the 15-16 LSC record set by Nicholas Caldwell in 2010 by 1.79 seconds.