Pro Michael Chadwick threw down a speedy 42.0 in the prelims of the 100 free this morning, but we should be in for some fast swimming from college stars too.
The meet primarily features college squads, but there’s a smattering of professionals swimming tonight, including NC State alum Coleman Stewart.
Jack Saunderson of Wolfpack Elite will race against the top finishers from NC State, Virginia Tech, UNC, and Duke in the 100 fly final tonight.
Cameron Karkoska, an SEC-scoring breaststroker for the LSU Tigers, is transferring to NC State for his senior year in 2020-2021.
Despite losing 5 NCAA scorers and 12/20 relay legs to graduation, a talented freshman class arrives to help rebuild around returning star Coleman Stewart.
Last year, competing for Hopewell High School, Wennborg was 3rd in the 100 breast and 8th in the 200 IM at the North Carolina 4A Championships.
Despite losing two individual NCAA champions, the NC State men return one of the most complete relay cores in the nation, as well as three swimmers capable making three A-finals each.
Colorado High School record-holder Jack Moranetz has decided to switch his commitment to North Carolina State University’s class of 2022.
Pueblo County freshman John Plutt won the 100 fly, shedding over 2 seconds off his prelims time of 52.43 to post a 50.26
Jack Moranetz (D’Evelyn) broke the 100 breast record, posting a 55.83 to come in just under the previous mark of 56.00.
Though his best is 4:14.25 from December of 2017, Alexei Sancov posted a solid 4:16.08 — good for the #19 17-18 performance of all-time — Saturday night.
Goodwin was among the winners on night one of the 2018 Speedo Super Sectionals in Austin, Texas.