Olympic silver medalist Erica Sullivan (pictured) headlines Texas’ class with the ability to come in and win NCAA titles right away.
USA Swimming’s 2021 18 & Under Spring Cup kicks off on Thursday from four different U.S sites: Irvine, Des Moines, Richmond and Orlando.
After an impressive 200 free on Friday, Olivia Smoliga will race the 50 free and 100 back on Saturday at the San Antonio Pro Swim.
Acosta, a 2016 Olympian representing El Salvador, won the men’s 1650 freestyle in 15:18.35 to demolish the previous pool record of 15:51.48.
Multi-time World champion Ryan Lochte is scheduled to swim his signature 200 IM here in Sarasota while Emma Weyant leads both the women’s 400 free and 200 IM.
Bobby Finke popped a 7:53.05 in the 800 free in Sarasota to rank #1 in the nation thus far. Virginia commit Emma Weyant also swam the top women’s time here.
Florida high school D3 school’s wrapped up their season, with both boys and girls competing in their state championship meet.
Kieran Smith, the NCAA, American and U.S. Open record-holder in the 500 yard freestyle, is among stars at Sarasota’s U.S. Open site.
Last year’s state champions Lawton Chiles continued their strong swimming as they took the top spot at the FHSAA Region 1 meet.
USA Swimming has named 1,087 swimmers to its 2019-2020 Scholastic All-America Team, headlined by US Open Champion Torri Huske.
Summer Juniors qualifier Channing Hanley (2021) has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Texas women’s swimming and diving team.
Riley Courtney, a 1:03/2:15 breaststroker from Scottsdale Aquatic Club, has verbally committed to the Longhorns for 2021-22.
Morgan will be an immediate asset when she arrives in Austin; breaststroke has recently been a weak spot for the Longhorn women.
Morgan Brophy from Chaparral High School and Scottsdale Aquatic Club has verbally committed to Texas for 2021-22.
Check out the top 8 finishers from the combined East and West meets on Day 4 of 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships.