Catch up on the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite by watching race videos from night 4 of racing, including a double win from Letitia Sim.
Claire Dafoe of NOVA of Virginia had a breakthrough swim in the 500 free prelims, going under 4:45 for the first time.
NOVA sisters Grace and Caroline Sheble come in as tonight’s top 2 seeds in the 200 fly final while Inspire Swim Team holds the top 2 men’s 50 back seeds.
The NCSA Day Two Championships take place tonight with three pairs of siblings competing alongside each other in A-finals.
New Albany Aquatics Club’s Spencer Aurnou-Rhees has announced his intention to swim at Texas beginning in the fall of 2022.
Ashley Twichell will contest in the 1500 free tonight while the men’s 100 free will feature Justin Ress, Michael Chadwick, Coleman Stewart, and David Curtiss.
California freestyler Manning Haskal, who currently lives in Austin and trains with Austin Swim Club, has verbally committed to Texas for 2022-23.
Justin Ress of Wolfpack Elite dropped out of the 50 free final to focus on the 100 back, which will be a showdown with his WOLF teammate Coleman Stewart.
In prelims, 17-year-old Holden Smith dropped more than 2 seconds from the best time that he swam last month, coming within .01 of the SCY 17-18 LSC record.
15-year-old Maggie Wanezek of Elmbrook Swim Club came close to her LSC record-setting 100 meter backstroke time, 1:01.22, which she posted 3 weeks ago.
Olympic Trial qualifier Lucy Thomas led the charge in the 100 meter breast tonight, pushing 15-year-old Maggie Papanicholas to come within .05 of the OT cut.
48/1:46 butterflyer Ryan Brannon has announced his verbal commitment to the Texas men’s swimming and diving class of 2026.
After committing to Alabama in 2019 and then deferring his enrollment until the fall of 2022, Holding Smith has now decided to attend Texas instead.
University of Alabama commit Holden Smith has decided to take a gap year after high school and plans to enroll at…
Versatile Australian Charlie Hawke has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Alabama’s class of 2025.