After trailing Kansas by nine points after day two, the Iowa State Cyclones rallied to win the 2022 Kansas Classic by 46 points.
After a heartbreaking loss in the first event of the night, Kansas bounced back with a 400 IM win courtesy of sophomore Brigid Gwidt (pictured above).
Ellie Wehrmann was another Kansas double event winner, taking the 200 free and 100 free.
Lakeridge Swim Team’s Emma Schott will join the Jayhawks with 200/400 IM times that would have scored at 2021 Big 12 Championships.
There were a couple of Class 1 Records set at the meet. Nerinx Hall’s Brooke Punnewaert repeated as champion in the 200 IM.
Bellevue Club Swim Team’s Katie Cross has announced her verbal commitment to The University of Kansas for the fall of 2020.
Taylor Conley from Carmel High School and Carmel Swim Club has verbally committed to Kansas for 2020-21.
Salt Lake City, Utah’s Emma Walker has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kansas where she plans to study special education.
Sprinter Ellie Wehrmann has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kansas.
Springfield Glendale will be the first team listed as MSHSAA Class 1 Champions in the new, two-class era of Missouri High School Girls’ Swimming & Diving.
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