Heidi Smithwick from Jupiter Dragons Swim Team has announced her verbal commitment to the application process at Princeton.
Mid-distance freestyle specialist Megan Reich, who holds the New Hampshire high school records in the 200/500 free, has verbally committed to Princeton.
Australian sprinter Ela Noble has announced her commitment to Princeton University in the class of 2024.
With 13 ups and 4 mids, Princeton looks poised to win its first Women’s Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships title since 2015.
Harvard leads Princeton by just 2 points heading into day 3 of the meet. There’s also just 2 points separating Brown and Penn in the battle for a top-5 spot.
With 12 swimmers and divers qualified for A finals and 2 for C finals, Princeton is making a move on the Harvard Crimson on Day 2 of 2020 Women’s Ivy Champs.
Nikki Venema, the 200 back winner with a time of 2:00.56, was one of five Princeton freshman women to win in their victory over Columbia.
After suffering a shoulder injury this spring, Grinalds will take this season off. She will get four years of eligibility, still, starting next season.
One year ago, we ranked the recruits in the high school class of 2018. Now, we look back on those rankings to factor in each swimmer’s senior season as they head into NCAA competition. (Pictured: Taylor Ruck)
Presenting the MP Weekly Wonders for the weekend of April 6-April 8, 2018.
Dant was a tier above the rest in the mile, clocking a 14:50.97 to slice over six seconds off of his own national record from last year. He now ranks 24th in 17-18 history in this event.
Brendan Burns dropped a new personal best in the 200 free, leading off the Upper Main Line YMCA men’s 800 free relay in 1:36.01.
Braswell’s best time coming into the meet was 4:19.21, which she swam at last year’s Y Nats. She dropped a 4:15.78 in prelims, which was already a decent drop, until she dropped almost another 7 seconds in finals.
The last prelims session of the meet will feature the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
It’s that time of year again where we at SwimSwam rank out the top 20 high school swimming prospects in the upcoming NCAA recruiting class. It’s a butterfly-heavy class, and so fittingly, California flyer Eva Merrell is at the top of the list.