The Mason Manta Rays relay team of Carl Bloebaum, Jessey Li, Gibson Holmes, and Ella Jo Piersma broke the 200-meter mixed medley relay NAG record on Friday.
Spring Swim Team sprinter Will Woodall has made a verbal commitment to Arizona State University for 2023-24.
Heilman’s 48.04 100 yard fly makes him the 3rd fastest all-time 13-14 year-old and ranks him 12th so far in the 18 & Under Winter Championships.
Cal’s class of rising seniors – led by sprinter Ryan Hoffer – is an elite group. But so are Stanford’s incoming freshmen, including flyer Andrei Minakov.
The incoming freshman class for NCAA swimming & diving is deep with distance swimmers, including 15:03 miler Lleyton Plattel.
Conley, an Ohio State commit, took a full second off the state mark in 1:47.52, just 2 hundredths shy of his best from 2018 Winter Juniors.
The Canton City Schools relay team of Hunter Armstrong, Jamyson Robb, Parker Timken, and Will Rose took down the 15-18 and 17-18 long course mixed 200 free relay National Age Group records Sunday.
The Canton City Schools relay team of Hunter Armstrong, Parker Timken, Will Rose, and Caroline Ehlers took down the 17-18 mixed 200 free relay National Age Group record Saturday night.
The University School boys team won the OHSAA Division II State Championship for the second year in a row, while the Hawken girls recorded their 21st consecutive team title at this meet.
Pasadyn also went 54.2 in the 100 fly, breaking her own lifetime bests in both events.
Lleyton Plattel of the Pleasanton Seahawks in California has verbally committed to Arizona State’s class of 2024.
The Foster brothers complete a sweep of our top recruiting slots, with younger brother Carson leading the Class of 2020 after older brother Jake led our 2019 recruits.
Cody Bybee won the 200 free by over nine seconds with an impressive time of 1:34.02.
15-year-old Will Rose of Alliance, Ohio has announced that he plans to attend Arizona State University in the fall of 2020.