Siobhan Haughey won all three of her events as the Michigan women handled Indiana, while the Hoosier men defended home turf against the visiting Wolverine men.
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Kylie Powers is a big in-state get for the Aggies #7 recruiting class.
Madison Kolessar, a 16 year old from Suburban Seahawks Club, swam a 4:55.62 to win the 400 IM by a second over runner-up Mia Abruzzo (15 – Plymouth Whitemarsh Aquatics) and Madeleine Aguirre (17 – Suburban Seahawks Club).
Mia Abruzzo, a 15 year old out of Plymouth Whitemarsh Aquatics, took the women’s 200 fly with a 2:16.19.
Sean Faikish (North Penn Aquatic Club), a 16 year old, took the men’s 100 back with a massive best time.
Besides his NAG record 100 back (45.93), Destin Lasco also swam a 1:41.77 200 back and split a 42.95 freestyle leg on a relay.
Another national record fell on day 2, with the North Allegheny boys shattering their own 400 free relay record.
On Day 1 of 2, there was a national public school record, and PIAA records in the boys 100 fly, boys 200 free relay, and girls 50 free.
NCAP junior stars Phoebe Bacon and Cassidy Bayer each picked up a win on the final night of competition at the 2017 NCAP Invitational.
In addition to Sheble’s second-fastest-ever swim for 13-14, Reece Whitley put up wins in the open 200 free and 100 fly on day 2 of the 2017 NCAP Invite.
Lauren Miller of Northridge High School and Northridge Area Swimming Association has made a verbal commitment to the in-state Indiana University Hoosiers for 2018-19.
Anderson, Indiana’s Meri Gray has announced via social media her intention to swim for Indiana University in the fall.
Callie Wilhite has announced her verbal commitment to swim for Indiana University beginning in the 2018-19 season: “I am excited…
Mackenzie Looze will swim for her father, Ray Looze, head coach of Indiana University swimming and diving.