We’ll count down our top 16 NCAA women’s swimming & diving recruiting classes for 2022 – but first, the top teams outside those ranks.
A sprint freestyle specialist, McCabe will make the trip to Athens, Georgia to join the Georgia Bulldogs in the fall of 2022.
SwimAtlanta’s Allison Damron, the 2021 GHSA 7A state champion in the 50 free, has verbally committed to the in-state Bulldogs for 2022-23.
Charlotte Hook, a TAC 17-year-old, clocked a new personal best in the 400 IM, winning the event in 4:06.43.
The NCHSAA 4A Championships saw a fast swims, including a National HS Record from Claire Curzan and top times from seniors Garrett Boone and Teresa Ivan.
Heidi Stalkfleet, a 16:34 miler from Iowa Flyers, has verbally committed to Georgia for the 2022-23 school year and beyond.
Razewski raced to an eighth-place finish in the 800m free at the 2019 Speedo Junior Nationals (8:50.54).
Sam Hoover was down by more than 3 seconds at the halfway point of the meet behind Baylor Nelson, but fought back to grab the win.
SwimMAC held their third sanctioned swim meet post-quarantine over the weekend. Tim Connery, the #4 recruit in his class, finished the meet with 3 event wins.
Dynamo and Long Island Aquatic Club shared the women’s title while SwimMAC Carolina took home the top prize in the men’s meet at 2019 Speedo Juniors.
The 2019 Charlotte Ultra concluded Sunday with the women’s 1500, men’s 800, and the men’s and women’s 100 free, 200 back, and 200 IM.
Summer Smith whacked 5 seconds off her previous lifetime best and is now the fastest 15-year old in the country this season.
Check out our weekly wonders from the weekend of February 15th-17th, 2019.
2019 NORTH CAROLINA AGE GROUP SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS February 14th-17th, 2019 Triangle Aquatic Center, Cary, North Carolina 25y, prelims/finals Meet Results…
Kiley Wilhelm (above) and the SwimMAC Carolina 13-14 400 medley relay broke the National Age Group Record in the 400 medley relay: one of two teams to finish ahead of the old record in Saturday’s final.