Brendan Burns takes over as our #1 swimmer in a class that should help college teams stock up their cupboards with free relay candidates for years to come.
Dare Rose and Mariah Denigan set sectional meet records on the closing day of the Indy sectional meet, both in the distance events.
Summer Smith whacked 5 seconds off her previous lifetime best and is now the fastest 15-year old in the country this season.
State records fell to Gabi Albiero, Will Cole, Hunter Tapp and Lexington Catholic’s 200 free relay in a tough Kentucky high school state meet.
Brothers Carson (200 backstroke) and Jake Foster (200 breaststroke) of Mason Manta Rays each claimed top seeds on day 4 prelims in Greensboro.
Thomas Hamlet from Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School and Enfinity Aquatic Club has verbally committed to NC State for the fall of 2019.
Owen Hanna, a NISCA All-American from Newbury, Ohio has become the sixth high school senior to make a verbal commitment to NC State’s class of 2023.
Carson Foster highlights the men’s 200 back field at day 2 finals of the 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Kimani Gregory becomes the fifth member of our list of top-20 boys from the high school class of 2019 to announce his verbal commitment to NC State.
The Class of 2019 isn’t an immediate-impact class on the men’s side, but it’s loaded with fast-rising talents.
Hunter Tapp from Louisville, Kentucky’s Trinity High School and Lakeside Swim Team has announced his commitment to swim for North Carolina State University beginning in 2019-20.
Sacred Heart and St. Xavier both extended their mega-state-title winning streaks, although there were head-turning performances across the board, including a 19-point men’s 50 freestyle.
The St. Xavier Tigers (Louisville) men just earned their 29th consecutive Kentucky state title.
Louisville’s St. Xavier and Sacred Heart are looking to continue their respective men’s and women’s Kentucky High School state title winning streaks, but strong contenders from elsewhere in the Bluegrass state will dig into their team depth to put up a good fight over the course of the meet. Asia Seidt from Sacred Heart is the top seed in the women’s 200 IM and 100 backstroke events.