Three Kentucky women earned two victories each, and Glen Brown won three events, as the Wildcat men and women defeated Ohio and South Carolina at home.
12-year-old Carter Lancaster has now won all 7 individual events thus far in the 11-12 age group, continuing to improve his top 10 times nationwide.
Kayden (14) and Carter (12) Lancaster of Carmel Swim Club impressed with top 5 times in their respective age groups nationally.
The Kentucky women also took down the Cardinals, doing so for the second year in a row.
Jakob Clark of Metroplex Aquatics and Allen High School has signed an NLI to swim for Kentucky next fall.
Mchugh completes breaststroke sweep and Siefert and Dant (above) go head to head while Cheshire Women’s 3rd place relay finish help them stay in first in the standings. Stock photo via Mike Lewis/Ola Vista Photography
Leah Braswell of the York YMCA smashed the national record in the 400 IM and helped pull her team within 2 points of the scoring battle at the end of Wednesday.
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Winter Nationals qualifier Andrew Huenniger, from Georgia, have given his verbal commitment to the Kentucky Wildcats for the 2017-2018 season.
Joshua McDonald of Cincinnati Marlins and Lakota East High School has made a commitment to swim for the University of Kentucky for 2017-18.
According to a congratulatory tweet from his high school’s Twitter account, Xenia High School senior Hank Siefert has made a verbal commitment to swim for the University of Kentucky in 2017-18.
St. Xavier’s Grant House looks to be a difference-maker for the Bomber, who are looking for their 8th consecutive state title.
Konopka (above) is one of the United States top young sprinters.