Nova of Virginia Aquatics and Inspire Swim Team captured the team titles at the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite over the weekend.
Only 2 top-24 seeded swimmers have scratched an event heading into the 5th and final day of the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite.
Catch up on the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite by watching race videos from night 4 of racing, including a double win from Letitia Sim.
Sim became the fastest 14 & under in history in the 50 back last night (24.00), so Regan Smith’s 51.07 NAG record is on high alert.
NOVA sisters Grace and Caroline Sheble come in as tonight’s top 2 seeds in the 200 fly final while Inspire Swim Team holds the top 2 men’s 50 back seeds.
The NCSA Day Two Championships take place tonight with three pairs of siblings competing alongside each other in A-finals.
Duffy lopped almost two seconds off of his old best. He was 1:57.64, over a second ahead of the rest of the field.
The swim was an enormous drop for Hayes, coming in 0.76 seconds under his previous best time, which was from the San Antonio Pro Swim Series just one week ago
Aubree Brouwer picked up her second win of the meet in the 100 breast, posting a PB of 1:00.68 to land at #32 all-time for 15-16 girls in the event.
NC State commit Aubree Brouwer posted the 22nd-fastest time for 15-16 girls in the 200 breast on night one of Winter Champs in Lee Summit, MO.
15-year-old Diggory Dillingham and 14-year-old Mason Turner each set an Iowa Swimming LSC record over the weekend at the DSMY Spooktacular meet.
Sprint specialist and Indiana state champion Braden Rollins was an honorable mention in SwimSwam’s top 20 recruits in the class of 2021.
Versatile Australian Charlie Hawke has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Alabama’s class of 2025.
Alabama hasn’t recruited much out of neighboring state Georgia recently, but that’s beginning to change with the addition of Nicklas Bohn to the class of 2021.
Mateo Miceli from Omaha, Nebraska’s Millard West High School and Sarpy County Swim Club has verbally committed to Alabama for 2021-22.