The W.A. Hough women and South Mecklenburg men won the championship titles this week at North Carolina 4A State Championships.
The 17-18 girls of SwimMAC Carolina continued their assault on the National Age Group record books Saturday, breaking the 400 free relay mark to close Speedo East Winter Juniors.
The girls of SwimMAC Carolina killed two bird with one stone, taking down the 15-18 and 17-18 National Age Group records with one great swim at the Speedo East Winter Junior Championships.
Keep up with the action with race videos from Day 1 at Speedo Winter Juniors East.
Sean Grieshop and the West meet won 3 of 4 composite Junior National titles on night 1, but the East meet has been deeper through the first four events.
Alyssa Marsh (pictured) was on two SwimMAC winning relays, while Jessica Merritt was the anchor of each. MAC leads the girls’ East meet on Day One of Speedo Junior Nationals.
SwimMAC’s Jessica Marsh (above) rocked a 1:45.33 anchor en route to SwimMAC’s new meet record.
Bolles Sharks sprinter Lauren Dunn has verbally committed to the Auburn University Tigers.
Robyn Clevenger of the Southeastern Swim Club has verbally committed to the Auburn University class of 2020.
NCAP backstroker Annie Boone has made the decision to swim for Auburn next year.
Jessica Merritt, who holds 5 National Age Group Records as a part of SwimMAC Carolina relays, has verbally committed to Auburn.
The pictures a bit blury, but they’re all there: the 8 swimmers who broke National Age Group Records for SwimMAC Carolina on Thursday night in Charlotte.
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