Last year’s #1-ranked recruit graduated early, leaving this class a little thinner than it was. But new #1 Kate Douglass is a tailor-made NCAA prospect with sprint speed across all four strokes – and she’s part of a monster recruiting class for one rising NCAA program.
The FISH topped both the men’s and women’s team standings at the conclusion of the 2019 Speedo Sectionals at Buffalo, rightfully earning the title of combined team champions.
Madelyn Donohoe picked up two wins to match her win in the mile on day 1.
The FISH lead the women’s team standings after night one of the 2019 Speedo Sectionals at Buffalo, while the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Piranhas top the men’s team scores.
Kayla Wilson and Madelyn Donohoe tied for both a state title and a state record in the 200 free as Norfolk won both boys and girls 2019 Virginia private school state titles.
USA Swimming recognized a record-breaking 1,622 swimmers who go above and beyond in the pool and the classroom for the…
National Age Group Record holder Kate Douglass leads a team of 8 Americans to the 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
Leah Smith is the presumed runner-up in the women’s 1500, but with a handful of talented open water swimmers taking to the pool in Irvine, her position is in danger.
Gormley dropped over four seconds Saturday night and now sits behind only Madelyn Donohoe and Regan Smith in the ranks of 16-year-old women nation-wide.
This year’s #1 is among the best in her class in all four strokes.
Dare Rose of Scarlet Aquatics won three gold medals on the final night of Buffalo Sectionals.
15 year old Oludare Rose won the men’s 400 free with a 3:59.46, winning by a 4 second margin.
Day 2 featured tight races in the 200 freestyles, and men’s 100 fly.
The first night of competition featured the women’s 800 free and men’s 1500 free.
The Madeira School girls won the team title by 0.5 points over Norfolk Academy.