Joshua Zuchowski (above) tied the Florida Gold Coast Swimming LSC Record in the 200 IM on Saturday in Plantation, Florida.
English and Scottish Open Nationals medalist Caroline Lewitt has committed to Princeton University’s application process for 2022.
Versatile Sabrina Johnston from BGCN Marlins has made a commitment to the application process at Princeton, becoming the 4th verbal to the class of 2026.
Breaststroke/IM specialist Eliza Brown, currently swimming with Sarasota Sharks, will bring A-final ready times to Princeton in the fall of 2022.
Heidi Smithwick from Jupiter Dragons Swim Team has announced her verbal commitment to the application process at Princeton.
Mid-distance freestyle specialist Megan Reich, who holds the New Hampshire high school records in the 200/500 free, has verbally committed to Princeton.
15 year-old Michaela Chokureva and 16 year-old Malia Amuan both put up several impressive swims at the Phoenix Intrasquad, including a tight battle in the 50.
Alexis Martino was the champion in the 200 IM and 100 fly, breaking the NHIAA records in both.
Adam Zapatka, a 17-year-old out of Charter Oaks Aquatics dropped 10.5 seconds on his way to winning the men’s 1500.
Swimming across the border in Canada, the 13-14 girls from the Phoenix Swim Club in New England broke the American National Age Group Record in the 200 free relay.
The Bishop Guertin boys swept all 11 swimming events to win the New Hampshire Division I state title. The Exeter girls took their title, while Hanover won Division II titles for boys and girls.