Highlighting Mehraban’s meet was the 50 freestyle, where she clocked a best time of 25.67 to secure a 2024 Olympic Trials cut.
Katie Grimes is the clear-cut top-ranked recruit in the girls’ high school class of 2024 with NCAA-winning times in three events.
Hannah Bellard, a Michigan commit, dropped nearly four seconds from the best time she set just over a month ago at the Michigan Open.
Club Wolverine 17-year-old and Michigan recruit Hannah Bellard continued racking up lifetime bests on the final day of the Michigan Open.
Michigan native Stella Chapman has announced that she will be heading to Madison in the fall of 2024 to join the Wisconsin Badgers.
Breaststroker Catherine Hughes has announced her verbal commitment to the Wisconsin Badgers, beginning in the fall of 2024.
The Pioneers won six of 12 events on the program, claiming their 19th MHSAA title in school history.
Plymouth senior Brady Kendall broke the MHSAA record in the girls’ 100 fly, clocking 53.35 to erase the mark of 53.73 set by Morgan Kraus in 2017.
King used her speed to get out to an early lead in the race, splitting 1:07.71 on the first 100, while Lazor touched in 1:09.68 at the halfway mark.
The team consists of the fastest swimmer across all 3 division state meets in each event.
As projected by the psych sheet, Ann Arbor Pioneer won the state title, and did so by a huge margin, doubling runner-up Farmington Hills Mercy’s score
Ann Arbor Pioneer, who finished 2nd in last year’s team standings, looks to be in excellent position heading into this weekend