Meaghan Raab broke two more state records in leading Hershey to its second consecutive girls state title. The La Salle boys also claimed a trophy.
Hershey High’s Meaghan Raab led her team to a day 1 lead; meanwhile, the La Salle College boys have opened up a huge gap.
SOCAL Aquatics’ Ella Eastin won the girls’ 200 yard IM in 1:56.02 – breaking the Meet Record of 1:56.53 set by Kathleen Baker last year.
Lest a broken Michael Phelps NAG Record somehow get overshadowed in this amazing session by that 18.94, the headline for the photo fishbowl goes to Townley Haas.
Former World Juniors teammate Paul Powers and Caeleb Dressel went 1-2 in the boys’ 50 free.
With the early signing period now open, the Georgia Bulldogs have added another name to their sparkling women’s class of…
Meaghan Raab is the type of swimmer upon which Georgia built their NCAA Championship winning team.
If Simone Manuel wasn’t already the #1 recruit in the country, she certainly earned that spot in Indianapolis last week. (Photo: Janna Schulze/SwimSwam.com)
A star-packed lineup of swimmers from the Pennsylvania State Championship meet: Christina Leander, Leah Smith, Emily Cameron, Kristen Murslack, and Meaghan Raab (Photo thanks to Greg Raab)
Hershey Swim Club junior Meaghan Raab swam a best time in prelims of the 200 IM to break a Meet Record on Thursday. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
SwimMAC’s Kathleen Baker is only 15 but could challenge the 15-16 100 fly NAG Record this weekend in Tennessee. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)