Stanford commit Henry McFadden of the Jersey Wahoos comes in as the top seed in the boy’s 100 free after blasting a 50.2 this morning.
In a short Day 2 prelims session, Cal’s Matthew Jensen will swim the 100 breast, scratching the 100 free where he was the #11 seed.
In this post, we’ll be featuring some pictures from the CIF Swimming & Diving Championships, which took place this past weekend in Fresno, CA.
Santa Margarita was dominant in the girls meet, sweeping the relays, winning 6 individual events, and recording a trio of 2nd place individual finishes.
The CIF-SS Division 1 finals session took place this past Friday in Mission Viejo, featuring some of the fastest high school swimmers in California.
Teia Salvino won two individual events for Santa Margarita and helped the team to two relay wins as well. The team won 14 out of 22 events at the meet.
Summer Juniors qualifier Jamie Brennan has announced her intention to swim at Northwestern University in the class of 2026.
Linnea Mack did not break 54.00 in the Olympic Trials final last week, but both of her 100 meter free times today would have made the U.S. Olympic team.
Sprint specialist Audrey Yu announced her commitment to Northwestern as part of their class of ’26 on Thursday. She holds 3 relay National Age Group Records.
Santa Margarita swept all three relay events and six out of eight individual events to earn their 7th-straight CIF Southern Section DI Championship title.
In NOVA’s championship meet, which capped off their three-part senior racing series, 14-year-old Teagan O’Dell showed her dominance in the sprint events.
Two of the country’s top high school programs faced off in a dual meet competition, with Loyola High School defeating Santa Margarita High School.
Northwestern has added another verbal commitment to their class of 2026: free/IM specialist Hana Shimizu-Bowers from New York.
At the 2019 CIF State Championships, Ervin finished fourth in the 50 free (22.95) and helped Santa Margarita Catholic to two state relay titles.
Junior Anicka Delgado was a double winner for Santa Margarita.