NC State has finished 4th at NCAAs for five of the last six NCAAs, and they bring back another strong freestyle group and dynamite relays once again.
At the ASCA World Clinic currently in Las Vegas, SwimSwam caught up with NC State head coach Braden Holloway.
The incoming freshman NCAA class is headed by the best 200 IM prospect we’ve ranked since Carson Foster. Check out our full top 20 in the class of 2022.
Wu’s best long course 200 free time of 1:48.26 converts to 1:34.01 in yards, which is a time that is faster that Columbia’s program record.
In this article, we break down our five main takeaways from the men’s side of the 2022 U.S. National Championships meet that happened last week.
Weyant’s time would have finished fifth at US International Team Trials in April, an event she finished 12th in there.
The 30 year old Jorge Murillo swam the event at both the 2016 Rio and 2020 Tokyo Olympics as he competed for Colombia.
McDuff is a rising sophomore at Florida and has now dropped almost a full two seconds in the 100 free over the last year.
Hook was third in the event at US International Team Trials as she swam a 2:08.80. Her best stands at a 2:07.87 from summer 2019.
Aidan Fuller, a Summer Juniors qualifier and 2022 graduate from Gainesville, Florida, will join NC State for the 2022-23 season.
Curzan produced a time of 2:00.36 to knock nearly two seconds off her previous best of 2:02.27.
In this post, we’ll be looking over some of the great swims from day 2 of the 2022 U.S. International Team Trials that may have been overlooked.
Kieran Smith appears set to lead the US men in this event through the rest of the quad, potentially surrounded by a mix of Olympians and NCAA stars.
With Jake Mitchell out of the meet, Carson Foster, who confirmed he would swim the event, could be the second ‘A’ cut that Team USA is looking for.
The swim took half a second off his previous best flat-start time of 42.34, which he swam leading off NC State’s 400 free relay at the 2020 ACC Championships.