We’re now through the second round of NCAA midseason invites and it’s time to take a look at where the division 1 teams stand. SwimSwam has put together a list of the top 16 times in each event up to this point.
Overall, it would seem from the outside that the Stanford women found a very solid foundation for their team chemistry.
Stanford’s freshman class had a strong debut, with 5 freshmen women and 4 freshmen men securing individual wins to help the Cardinal beat Utah.
Simone Manuel (second from left), Katie Ledecky (third from left) and Ella Eastin (right) were three of the top individual scorers at 2017 NCAAs, and their Stanford Cardinal are still the heavy NCAA favorites despite graduating Lia Neal (far left).
Brooke Forde headlines a scary good class at #1, the Stanford Cardinal.
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Georgia commit Sammie Burchill set an Indiana state record in the 200 IM yesterday to lead Carmel to its 31st-straight state title, more than any other high school athletic team in the country.
Though Carmel should play the dominant team in tonight’s Indiana High School State finals, Emily Weiss (pictured) of Yorktown pulled off a swim in prelims yesterday that suggests she may threaten Lilly King’s high school record.
Katie Glavinovich of Aquazot Swim Club and JSerra Catholic High School in Southern California has made a verbal commitment to Stanford University’s class of 2021.
Stanford has landed its fourth top-20 recruit in the last 24 hours, getting a verbal commitment from #8 Hannah Kukurugya Monday night.
Hannah Kukurugya (above), and Katie Drabot broke meet records en route to winning the 200 fly and 200 free, respectively, on Day 2 of NCSA Summer Championships.
One of the notable swims on the women’s side was the 100 fly, which saw UNC’s Hellen Moffitt swim to a convincing win. Moffitt posted the only sub-1:00 of the evening to win in 59.13.
For the second straight year, it’s a York YMCA swimmer atop our girls high school recruiting rankings. Last year it was Meghan Small, this time it’s Courtney Harnish (pictured) holding the top value on the recruiting market.
23 American swimmers aged 17 and under, including Claire Adams (pictured above) would have scored points in the ‘A’ or ‘B’ finals at this weekend’s 2016 Women’s NCAA Division I Championships.
All eyes will be on Michael Taylor tonight as he attempts to break Ryan Murphy’s national age group record