San Ramon Valley Women & Northgate Men Repeat in California’s North Coast Section (NCS) High School Championship
Campolindo High School senior Mary Ashby finished her CIF – North Coast Section career with a sprint double on Sunday.
Northgate seniors (from l to r) Calvin Kirkpatrick, Eric VanBrocklin, and Mason Tittle will be headed to UCSB together in the Fall. Will they leave a few NCS records in their wake before they go?
In the first semi-final of the night Shauna O’Brien put up the fastest time in the women’s 100m fly with a 1:00.21. That time took a big chunk off what she was in prelims. Not only was it a huge improvement for O’Brien, but it broke the previous Irish national record of 1:00.53.
Andrew Seliskar again won twice, and moves to #4 all-time for 17-18-year-olds in the 200 breaststroke with a 2:12.82.
The latest breaststroker to commit to the Trojans is Southern Californian Kirsten Vose.
Reece Whitley will be going after a second National Age Group Record of the meet on Saturday, entering as the top seed in the 200 breaststroke.
Micah Lawrence has been on a tear this season through the Grand Prix circuit, and she’ll try to extend that magic for SwimMAC in Irvine.
Dave Salo has made his target clear in the recruiting class of 2015. After a late-breaking signing group that will…
In just six photos, Robert Ashby managed not only to capture the essence of a race, but also the emotion and grace of two great champions. What follows are those six shots, with a little added commentary.
Heidi Poppe and Riley Scott embrace after a great battle in the women’s 100 breaststorke final.
Short course season is wrapping up all over the country. Here are our Weekly Wonders for the weekend of March 21-23, 2014.
Andrew Seliskar won two races, including a 1:52.21 NAG record in the 200 breast, while Michael Andrew broke two NAGs of his own on Friday night.
Andrew Seliskar holds the top seeds in the 200 breast and 100 fly as well as the second seed in the 100 back. For the girls, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson had a pair of strong prelims races.
Gunnar Bentz is one of a handful of swimmers who is doing junior/senior double duty this year. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)