D’Arcy clocked a 52.49, chipping 0.01 seconds off her previous best, which she had swum at the Pepperdine Invite in November of 2019.
The 22.20 is a Northern Colorado team record, and there’s a very reasonable chance that time is fast enough for Moore to earn an invite to this year’s NCAAs.
Mintenko dropped almost 10 seconds from her previous best of 4:28.25 with the swim.
Jones first took the men’s 100 back in 56.29, touching just off his personal best of 56.21.
NOVA 17-year-old Zoe Dixon came in 2nd in the IM, swimming a 2:13.89.
With a sizzling 30.37 on the final 50, Gemmell was able to seal the deal, roaring into the finish in 4:12.94.
Arlington Aquatic Club 18-yeat-old Torri Huske put on a show on Friday night at the Richmond site of the TYR Spring Cup.
At the 2021 Utah 6A State Swimming Championships, the American Fork High School boys and the Lone Peak High School girls picked up the respective team titles.
2019 Winter U.S. Open qualifier Tanner Edwards will swim for Brigham Young University beginning in the 2021-2022 season.
Winter US Open qualifier Tanner Nelson has verbally committed to swim for BYU’s class of 2025. He will join the Cougars in the fall of 2021.
16-Year-Old Adry Kasemets won the women’s 100 breast in 1:12.63, touching out 18-year-old Katie McBratney (Pitchfork Aquatics) by .01 seconds.
The University of Iowa swimming and diving team announced its 2018-19 team awards during their annual awards banquet Tuesday night following the annual Golden Herkys.
Cameron Tysoe (Wisconsin Aquatics) took the men’s 200 back in record fashion, posting a 1:59.97 to break 2:00 for the first time in his career.
Tanner Nelson (Hawkeye Swim Club) took the men’s 200 breast, dropping a massive best time of 2:17.70.
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