The University of Virginia opened it season with a pair of wins that highlights the talent and versatility of its large freshman class.
Julia Menkhaus is a big reason why UVA slides in at #11 on the top incoming NCAA classes rankings.
The girls’ 100 fly should once again be one of the best races of the meet and will feature State Record holder Jessica Nava of Westminster Academy.
Benjamin’s Alessandra Baldari is already looking sharp this season, scoring an AA-A time and setting 3 new Pool Records in district 10.
Julia Jane Eskew of Nashville, Tennessee has made a verbal commitment to the University of Virginia women’s swimming and diving team for 2018.
Floridians Jessica Nava and Nico Ferrara have both verbally committed to swim for the University of Virginia’s class of 2022.
East Coast Aquatic Club’s 13-year-old Anna Auld opened the meet on a winning note, claiming the 1500 meter free title in 17:11.86.
Watch Reece Whitley win the 400 IM and 100 breast, along with all the other championship finals, from Day Three of the 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships-East in Columbus, Ohio.
Carmel Swim Club’s Drew Kibler will take on the 200 free and 100 back tonight.
Bolles senior and Cal commit James Daugherty, the defending state champion in the boys’ 100 breast, will be making one last run at the State Record this season.
The boys team currenty has a 28-year winning streak, while the girls have a 25-year winning streak.
Oak Hall’s Isabel Ivey, a member of the USA’s National Junior Team, set herself up well for the state meet after winning both of her races at the region 1 meet.
Announcing our Weekly Wonders for the weekend of April 15-17, 2016.
Tyler Rice (above) of the Bolles School won the 100 freestyle in a time of 44.58