The Texas A&M Aggies dominated the team scoring in their dual meet against SMU, but the silver lining for the Mustangs was 3 relay wins in 4 events.
Olivia Theall tallied two individual wins to go along with her effort on the victorious 200 free relay team that clinched Texas A&M’s victory over Kentucky.
Chloe Stepanek was a key contributor for the Aggies, winning both her individual events and providing excellent relay legs.
Follow along as Natalie Hinds contests the 50 free Katie Ledecky the 400 free, and the trio of Dressel, Fratus, and Andrew battle it out in the 50.
Kaylee Coffey will bring to A&M Summer Juniors cuts in the 100/200 breast and a Winter Juniors qualifying time in the 200 IM.
South Florida Heat’s Erika Pelaez was one of three swimmers to set a new Florida HS State Record at the meet, doing so in the girls’ 100 backstroke (52.34).
Lydia Palmer from Jersey Wahoos will take her interesting mix of national-level times in distance freestyle and breaststroke to Texas A&M next year.
The King’s Academy’s Josh Zuchowski posted the top time of the class in the boys’ 200 IM (1:49.11) and 100 backstroke (49.87).
Our latest Weekly Wonders swimmers include Manita Sathianchokwisan, who set a new Bolles School record in the girls’ 50 freestyle in 22.63.
Turkish swimmer and 2021 European Junior Championships participant Duru Tanriverdi has committed to Texas A&M University as a member of the class of 2022.
At the 2019 and 2020 Florida HS 1A State Championships, Sathianchokwisan has finished runner-up in the 50 free and 100 free.