Aiden Hayes, the top-ranked boy from the high school class of 2021, will be able to sign a National Letter of Intent to swim at NC State beginning tomorrow.
Auburn commit Ellie Waldrep missed her lifetime best in the 200 back on Friday by .03 seconds, breaking a 12-year old pool record in the process.
Santa Margarita was named the girl’s winner of NISCA’s All-Time Dual Meet Challenge after facing off against Fossil Ridge, Baylor, and Harpeth Hall.
Large summer leagues in Chattanooga, Tennessee (above) and Madison, Wisconsin have cancelled their 2020 seasons, while Fort Wayne, Indiana is still on.
One of the best sprint classes we’ve ever seen is out on the recruiting market. We rank down the top high school juniors, led by #1 Gretchen Walsh.
The Walsh sisters got off to a fast start. In the 200 medley relay, Alex popped a 26.57 breast split, while Gretchen anchored in 21.20.
Gretchen Walsh has switched to the 50 and 100 frees to chase national high school records. Baylor looks to repeat 2019’s massive upset of Harpeth Hall.
High school junior Katie McClintock, a Wisconsin commit, broke a pair of National High School Records on Thursday racing for Mainland Regional High School in New Jersey.
Your Swammy winner for the 2019 High School Team of the Year goes to the girls of Baylor School (TN), who won the 2019 TISCA state meet by just 6 points.
Ellie Waldrep (right) broke 2 National High School Records, including one in the 200 IM previously held by Baylor alum Arden Pittman (left).
Auburn continues to pick up commitments from high school juniors, as in-state freestyler Rebekah Hamilton announced she’ll be joining the Tigers in 2021.
Waldrep is SwimSwam’s 10th-ranked recruit from the ‘way too early recruit ranks’ for the class of 2021, published in May of this year.
Auburn junior Santiago Grassi posted a 51.88 this weekend to lower his former Argentina national record of 52.02 from last July.
Caeleb Dressel will not be swimming the 50 free, and will instead be in the 200 fly.
We’ve got two true lights-out sprinters at the top of a class that’s ultimately built on distance swimmers with scary-good improvement curves.