Alyssa Graves, a 2021 NCAA qualifier in the 1650 free and 200 fly while at Iowa, will transfer to Ohio State in the fall of 2021.
Several swimmers nabbed Wave II cuts, while the Scottsdale women and the Austin men walked as the Des Moines champions after the final day of the Spring Cup.
Luke Hobson swam a personal best to win the 200 free, dropping 3 seconds to finish in a time of 1:49.44, ranking him 30th all time in the 17-18 age group.
OSU commit Malia Rausch of Austin Swim Club hacked almost five seconds off of her old best in the 200 IM, hitting a new OT Wave I cut.
Johnson sophomore Jada Scott, the 100 free runner-up, split a 22.25 to anchor their 200 free relay to a new Texas state record.
Samantha Pearson, the #18 ranked recruit in the high school class of 2020, has hit Olympic Trials cuts in 4 events since the quarantine has lifted.
Nitro 14-year-old Jeremy Kelly was fourth in the 200 IM in a lifetime best 1:50.66. He shoots up to #9 all-time in the 13-14 age group.
She was out in 1:48.67 at the 200 flip, then only went over 29 once with a 29.13 penultimate 50, before careening home with a 27.74 final 50.
Tonight, Rausch split 51.3/54.5 en route to her 1:45.96, the Ohio State ’25 commit’s first time under 1:46 as well as her first time under 1:47.
At a time trial meet in Lewisville, 17-year-olds Malia Rausch and Conor McKenna each put up huge time drops to log their first Olympic Trials cuts.
Longhorn Aquatics’ Madisyn Cox won the 200 IM handily on Friday morning in San Antonio.
Malia Rausch has announced her verbal commitment to swim for Ohio State in 2021-22.
Only a junior in high school, Ivan has times in the 50 freestyles that are within striking distance of scoring at Big Tens and qualifying for Olympic Trials.
Check out the highlights and race videos from the girls’ events at the 2020 Texas High School 6A State Championships in Austin.