UNC recruit Katie Rauch (pictured) headlines the Tar Heel class with her outstanding versatility on backstroke and freestyle.
Jones first took the men’s 100 back in 56.29, touching just off his personal best of 56.21.
Kennedy Noble of the YMCA Westside Silver Fins had four event wins to take women’s high-point honors at the Phoenix Sectionals.
ASU swimmer Grant House won two more events and fellow Sun Devil Emma Nordin won her second event at Day 3 of the Phoenix Sectional meet.
Emma Nordin of Arizona State swam her first 1650 in over a year as she swam to victory during the first day of the Phoenix Sectionals.
A coronavirus outbreak among the swimming & diving team at Brophy Prep has led to the withdrawal of 4 swimmers from this weekend’s Arizona State Championship meet.
SAC has published specific diagrams of two of its facilities showing the area where each athlete can swim and leave their bag on deck.
Yoder adds her name to a large and ever-growing list of swimmers looking to join the rising Tar Heels.
Scottsdale Aquatic Club’s Ashley Strouse and Morgan Brophy won two individual events apiece to lead the club to a decisive victory.
2-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Greer Pattison has announced her verbal commitment to swim for UNC, Chapel Hill’s class of 2025.
Matt Milovanovic won 3of the final 4 events to lead Brophy College Prep to the Arizona Division 1 high school state title. Chaparral won on the girls side.
Scottsdale Aquatic Club edged out Phoenix Swim Club for the combined team title at the 2019 4 Corners Speedo Sectional, 2320 to 2279 points.
Cox shoots past American Melanie Margalis to the #1 time in the world this year.
We’ll get to see A&M’s Sydney Pickrem in action, as the 2017 World Champs bronze medalist is one of the highest profile swimmers, internationally, at this meet.
Isabelle Stadden of the Aquajets is expected to be in action during tonight’s opening relay session from Austin.