The 2022 NCSA Junior National Champs continues tonight with finals of the 500 free, 100 breast, 100 fly, and the fastest few heats of the 400 free relay.
NCAP’s Camille Spink (pictured) comes into the opening night of NCSAs as the top seed in the women’s 100 freestyle.
The boys from Brookfield Central and East High Schools were named the 2022 WIAA Division 1 Boys’ State Champions for the first time as a combined entity.
Miguel Rojas Newman helped Bolles win their 2021 State Championship as he won two individual events at the state meet. He will join the Hokies in fall 2022.
Ethan Maloney’s 100 breast time is already fast enough to score for the H2Okies at the ACC men’s championship meet.
With George joining the team, Virginia Tech will further improve its already stellar butterfly group in the fall of 2022.
Josh Zuchowski is one of the 102 athletes invited by USA Swimming to the 2020 National Select Camp, postponed to October 2021 due to COVID.
Cal commit Mia Kragh was another swimmer to post a top seed by a significant margin, swimming a 59.24 in prelims of the women’s 100 fly.
University of Texas’ David Johnston is the top seed in the men’s 400 IM by 6 seconds.
The girls 2022 recruit ranks stayed very stable at the top. The boys are the complete opposite, with a ton of incredibly fast risers moving to the top.
Will Hayon, an Olympic Trials qualifier in the 100 fly, will take his talents to Virginia Tech beginning in the 2022-23 school year.
Night one of the ISCA International Senior Cup saw competition in the women’s 1500, men’s 800 and 200 relays in long course meters in St. Petersburg.
Claire Dafoe of NOVA of Virginia had a breakthrough swim in the 500 free prelims, going under 4:45 for the first time.
Will Hayon was second this morning in the 100 free (43.83) behind Reese Branzell (43.77), and they’ll rematch tonight in the A-final.
Zuchowski split a smart race, taking it out in 23.9 then going 26.2/26.7/26.1 on the following three 50s. He now moves to #10 in the all-time 15-16 rankings.