2017 NCSA JUNIOR NATIONALS Tuesday, March 14 – Saturday, March 18, 2017 Tuesday Timed Finals 4:00 PM Eastern Wed-Sat Prelims…
If the first night of timed finals is any indication, this year’s NCSA Junior Nationals will be a historically fast meet. Matthew Hirschberger and Sierra Schmidt each put up top-20-ranked 1000 frees for under-18s all-time on opening night.
Stone Ridge freshman Phoebe Bacon was arguably the top swimmer of the meet as she took home to titles and set one meet record in the process.
Canada’s Mary-Sophie Harvey, who has had a great meet so far, is opting out of the 800 free on day 3.
One of the big name scratches for day 2 prelims is NC State’s Simonas Bilis, who was entered as the top seed in the 50 free.
Carmel Swim Club’s Drew Kibler just broke his 2nd 15-16 National Age Group Record in as many days at the 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships (East).
Jordan Greenberg, an ex-diving sprint freestyler from Minnesota, has committed to Stanford University’s class of 2021.
Sprinter Alberto Mestre has given his verbal pledge to the Stanford University men’s swimming and diving team for 2017-18.
The versatile sprinter is the life-blood of an NCAA program. And Scottsdale (AZ)’s Ryan Hoffer is the best one on the recruiting market since Caeleb Dressel in 2013.
A picture of the Hirschberger family dog decked out in Cardinal, Tweeted out by Matthew’s dad, signified his son’s college commitment this week.
Courtney Harnish and Michael Andrew earned top honors for 15-16s in 2015.
NCAP Invitational day 4 finals recap.
Katie Ledecky and Andrew Gemmell will compete at the Nation’s Capital Invitational next weekend.
Courtney Harnish won gold as part of the U.S. senior team at the Pan Am Games, and now she’ll lead a junior squad to the Middle East for the last two stops of the FINA World Cup Series.
Brooke Forde, Lauren Pitzer, Nikol Popov, Tatum Wade, Matthew Hirschberger, and Michael Thomas are the most recent additions to USA Swimming’s Junior World Championships Team.