There was a 5-way tie for 24th place in prelims of the girls 50 free at the 2022 US Junior Nationals, resulting in a 5-person swim-off.
This morning’s prelims session will be a short one, featuring just the 200 IM and 50 free.
The stakes were high, but that didn’t stop all 5 of these young swimmers from delivering great performances.
Of the five swimmers who will race in a swim-off this afternoon in Irvine, Julia Wozniak is the only one who swam a best time in prelims.
The Southlake Carroll girls won their fifth championship in the last eleven years. The team won both the freestyle relays as well as the 1 meter diving.
The meet will feature some of the state’s top swimmers, including Williamson, who is within striking distance of a pair of state records as a freshman.
San Clemente Aquatic Team’s Maya Gallimore, a Winter Juniors-qualified sprinter, has verbally committed to Arizona for 2022-23.
Mid-distance freestyle specialist Paige Armstrong from St. Charles Swim Team has announced her intention to swim for the University of Arizona.
Lakeside Aquatic Club breaststroker Julia Wozniak has verbally committed to the University of Arizona for the 2022-23 school year.