Olympians Lydia Jacoby (pictured) and Torri Huske headlined the 2021 selection to the USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Team.
Olympic medalist Torri Huske leads a loaded Stanford class that landed the top spot in our rankings with four swimmers ranked inside the top-20 domestically.
One last look at how the girls’ high school class of 2021 stacks up as they enter their freshmen years of college in the 2021-22 NCAA season.
Nova of Virginia Aquatics and Inspire Swim Team captured the team titles at the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite over the weekend.
Letitia Sim is the top seed in tonight’s 50 fly but will also go in as 2nd seed in the 200 IM, right behind Lucy Thomas.
Thanks to Take It Live, we now have access to race videos from the first two nights of racing at the NCSA Spring Invite.
Tonight in Orlando will be the finals of the women’s and men’s 200 free, 400 IM, 100 back, and 200 free relay.
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.
Duffy lopped almost two seconds off of his old best. He was 1:57.64, over a second ahead of the rest of the field.
Will Hayon was second this morning in the 100 free (43.83) behind Reese Branzell (43.77), and they’ll rematch tonight in the A-final.
Zuchowski split a smart race, taking it out in 23.9 then going 26.2/26.7/26.1 on the following three 50s. He now moves to #10 in the all-time 15-16 rankings.
Indiana commit Luke Barr of iNspire Swim Team holds multiple top seeds this week in Orlando at the NCSA Spring Invite.
In the 1650, Tadder clocked a 16:10.53, shaving more than two seconds off her old best. She also went 4:42.64 in the 500 free and 2:10.12 in the 200 breast.
The 2021 NCSA Spring Championships are back next week in Orlando, featuring some of the top youth talent nationwide.
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.