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Thompson was just slightly slower than her PB of 2:15.63, which was set at the U.S. International Team Trials to qualify her for the Junior Pan Pacs team.
Logan, the winner of the 50 back as well, dropped a few tenths off her previous best time of 1:02.39 that was set leading off the 400 medley relay.
Daniel Diehl’s time of 25.32 is just 0.21 seconds away from Michael Andrew’s unofficial national age group record of 25.13 in the 50 back.
Daniel Diehl is already the 15-16 NAG record holder in the 100 back (53.59), and on Wednesday night, he became the No. 3 all-time performer in the 200 back.
In the 200 free, Moesch dropped nearly four seconds off her previous best time of 2:03.14 that was set just two weeks ago.
Cumberland Y 16-year-old Daniel Diehl was on top of things again this morning at Y Nationals, taking on a difficult 200 free/200 back double.
While Daniel Diehl was the standout performer on the mens’ side of the meet, it was the Somerset Y that led the womens’ side, winning four out of five events.
During day one’s prelims session, Greater Somerset County’s Anna Moesch came .7 of her own YMCA 100 free national record which she swam in April.
Futures qualifier and Carmel High School senior Connor Lathrop will stay in-state for college, committing to Notre Dame.
Greater Somerset County Y’s Emily Thompson, 16, roared to a new personal best of 4:10.08 to win the women’s 400 IM.
Greater Somerset County Y 16-year-old Anna Moesch swam her first individual event of the meet this morning, posting the top women’s 200 free with a 1:45.88.
Of course, the swim was done off a relay start, however, it’s still noteworthy that the time comes in well under the 15-16 girls 100 free NAG of 47.23.
Janton’s previous best of 1:44.21 was set in December of 2021.