Stanford commit Henry McFadden of the Jersey Wahoos comes in as the top seed in the boy’s 100 free after blasting a 50.2 this morning.
Idris Muhammad (pictured above) and Dynamo Swim Club came out of nowhere with a NAG in a late heat to pull off an upset at US Junior Nationals on Monday.
Hungarian Zalan Sarkany brings a converted 1650 free time that would have scored at last year’s men’s NCAA Championships to Tempe.
Dynamo Swim Club’s Cale Martter, who won the 200 IM at the 2022 GHSA 6A State Championships, is headed to Arizona State next fall.
Jack Wadsworth, who broke the NCAA D3 record in the 100 back while swimming for Ithaca College, will transfer to ASU in the fall.
13-year-old Charlotte Crush posted another strong day of performances at the Southern Premier Meet, demolishing her best time in the 200 butterfly.
In his first official time competing in the 1650 free, Stanton broke the LSC record that was set by Matias Koski in 2009.
This morning’s prelims session will feature the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
Tonight’s action includes the men’s and women’s 200 medley and 800 free relays.
Ulett claimed the top spot in both the 200 IM and 200 back to close out the Huntsville Futures meet in Huntsville, Alabama.
Bellard entered the top-100 for the first time in the women’s 400 free, while Heck climbed nearly 30 places in the men’s 200 breast.
The National Team member came away with a lifetime best in the 200 free before cruising to a win in the 200 fly later in the session.
With year-over-year drops of nearly 7 and 9 seconds in the 200 and 400 IM, Evan Nail announced his verbal commitment to the in-state Sun Devils for 2022.
Dynamo Swim Club’s Owen McDonald dropped time in all 6 events at the Georgia Senior Championships this weekend. He’ll join ASU’s class of 2026.
Virginia commit Jack Aikins was one of three SwimAtlanta swimmers to add Olympic Trials cuts on Sunday. His pickup in the 50 free is his 4th Wave 1 cut.