Sarah Barton

2022 Futures – Minneapolis: Carly Novelline Rips PBs of 55.02/1:00.86 in 100 FR/BK

The 2nd day of the Futures Championship in Minneapolis saw NASA Wildcats 18-year-old Carly Novelline rocket to a new personal best in the women’s 100 free.

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Columbia Sectionals Day 2: Hayes Crushes Hours-Old 100 Fly Time With a 51.78

Aiden Hayes dropped a total of .89 from his previous best 100 fly today, swimming a time that would have made the 2022 World Championship semifinals.

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Rutgers Breaks 3 Pool Records from the 1983 NCAA Champs, But Falls to Nebraska

Despite the lopsided final team score, Rutgers showed out in the relays, breaking a trio of pool records, all of which were from the 1983 NCAA Championships.

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3-time Florida 4A Champion Gabby Donahue Commits to Nebraska

Gabby Donahue, who lives in Oviedo, Florida and swims internationally for Trinidad, has verbally committed to the University of Nebraska for 2020-21.

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Colorado HS 3A State Champion Caitlin Cairns to Commits to Nebraska

Caitlin Cairns from Pikes Peak Athletics in Colorado Springs has verbally committed to the University of Nebraska for 2020-21.

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Wisconsin Breaststroker Ella Stein Verbally Commits to Nebraska for 2020-21

Wisconsin state finalist and breaststroker, Ella Stein, verbally commits to compete at the University of Nebraska this 2020-2021 season.

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Nebraska Picks Up Verbal Commitment from 1:02/2:15 Breaststroker Allison Henry

NRG Swimming’s Allison Henry has made a verbal commitment to the University of Nebraska for 2020-21.

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Winter Juniors Finalist Sarah Barton Announces Verbal to Nebraska

SwimMAC’s Sarah Barton has verbally committed to the University of Nebraska in Lincoln for the 2020-21 season.

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Division 2 Title Comes Down To Final Relay For NC Private School Girls

Asheville won both the boys and girls titles in Division II of North Carolina’s private schools. The girls won on the final relay, while the boys dominated to a 150-point victory.

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