Despite not winning a single swimming event in the pool, the W.A Hough women managed to take home the NCHSAA 4A State title based on their depth and the strength of their divers.
Anna Shumate of Bishop Ireton High School and Arlington Aquatic Club has verbally committed to North Carolina State University for 2017-18.
Miranda Donley, of the Ohio State Swim Club and Columbus School for Girls, has verbally committed to North Carolina State University.
Virginia 6A record-holder Jacquee Clabeaux has added her name to the growing list of verbal commits to NC State for 2017-18.
Maddie Morello of Newport News, Virginia has made a verbal commitment to North Carolina State University for 2017-18.
Five-time Virginia 5A state champion, Olivia Fisher from Poseidon Swimming, has given her verbal commitment to swim for North Carolina State next fall.
Canada’s Danika Huizinga made a verbal commitment to join the North Carolina State University class of 2021.
Olivia Calegan, a senior at Lincoln Southwest High School who swims for Greater Nebraska Swim Team, has made a verbal commitment to the North Carolina State University Wolfpack for 2017-18.
Julia Poole of Marlins of Raleigh has decided to remain in-state for the next four years; she gave a verbal commitment to NC State on Wednesday.
Look here for day 1 and 2 results of the 2016 Dolfin Junior National Cup.
The W.A. Hough women and South Mecklenburg men won the championship titles this week at North Carolina 4A State Championships.
Pine Crest Swimming’s Marta Ciesla was among the many record-breakers on the final day of competition at 2015 U.S. Speedo Junior Nationals.
Reece Whitley lowered his own NAG record in the 15-16 200 breast. Watch that race and the rest of Day Four’s finals from US Speedo Junior Nationals.