LaMastra’s new time not only puts him far under the Wave II standard, it makes him the 4th-fastest American in the event this year.
Novelline now has Trials cuts in the 50 and 100 free, both of which are Wave II cuts.
Novelline, a Virginia recruit, first swam a 48.16 in the SCY 100 free during prelims.
Many of Illinois’ top high school swimmers will get a racing opportunity this week at the FMC Natatorium in Westmont, Illinois.
Rachel Stege, McKenna Stone, Megan Ciezczak, and more give their testaments to how much work they put into growing outside of the pool as a team
We’re using the compiled results from all the IHSA sectional meets this past Saturday to create a virtual IHSA state meet.
Tiffanie Ruan, Megan Cziezczak, McKenna Stone (above), and Rachel Stege swam a 400 free relay faster than all but one college team has this season.
Reed Broaders told News-Gazette, “I want to show other African-American females and African-Americans as a whole that you can do this.”
Alicia Henry, a 1:00.2 breaststroker from Dynamo Swim Club, has announced her intention to swim for Cal beginning in the 2021-22 season.
Aimee Patterson has announced her decision to join the New South Intercollegiate Swim Conference Champions in the 2020-2021 season.
Olympic Trials qualifier Annika McEnroe has announced her intention to swim for Cal beginning in the 2021-22 school year.
In another record-breaking session, the girls of Neuqua Valley, led by 2-time state record-holder and champion Rachel Stege, defended their 2018 state title.
Host New Trier will aim to topple defending champs Neuqua Valley as only 3.5 points separates the teams after a record-breaking prelims.
New Trier has set themselves in a great position for the team title, yet will have 2018 champion Neuqua Valley, Oswego East and Metea Valley on their tails.
At the 2018 IHSA Girls State Championships, as a sophomore, Stone raced to second-place finishes in both the 50 and 100 free.