Hawkins continued her unbeaten streak this dual meet season in the 500 and 1000 free races, winning both of those again on Friday night.
UCLA defeated visiting Utah 177-84 on Friday afternoon in the Bruins’ first home and conference dual meet of the season.
Dynamo and Long Island Aquatic Club shared the women’s title while SwimMAC Carolina took home the top prize in the men’s meet at 2019 Speedo Juniors.
Hunter Armstrong, a West Virginia University commit, has scratched out of the 200 free final on Friday night to concentrate on the 100 back.
The girls 100 IM lines up some of the nation’s top 16-year-old multi-stroke stars: Grace Sheble is the top seed for Nova of Virginia, with Nation’s Capital’s Phoebe Bacon and Arlington Aquatic Club’s Torri Huske also in the mix.
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Stephanie Su from Mater Dei and Los Alamitos Swordfish Swim Team has elected to remain in Southern California and has verbally committed to UCLA’s class of 2023.
Dang would’ve nearly made the 2018 Pac-12 A final in the 100 fly with her personal best, while she would’ve scored in the 50 free, 100 free, and 100 back C finals.
Rancho San Dieguito and La Costa Canyon High School’s Rachel Rhee has verbally committed to the UCLA Bruins for 2019-20.
Jake Foster of Mason Manta Rays is top seed in the men’s 100 breast on Tuesday in Irvine.
Rhee’s time of 2:16.87 is No. 2 in the nation this year for 16-year-olds behind only Caspar Corbeau.
Brooke Schaffer from Saint Francis High School and Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics has verbally committed to the UCLA Bruins for 2019-20.
Daniella Hawkins of Pleasanton Seahawks and California High School in Northern California has verbally committed to swim for UCLA in 2019-20.
Northern California’s Sophia Kosturos will head south for her collegiate swimming career, giving her verbal commitment to UCLA for 2019-20.
Lauryn Johnson of Sacred Heart Academy in Hempstead, New York and Long Island Aquatic Club has verbally committed to UCLA for the 2019-20 season.