NC State swimmers nearly swept the final day of competition in Cary, while SwimMAC emerged with combined team title for the meet.
NC State swimmers dominated third finals session at the Cary Sectionals, sweeping all six individual events on Saturday evening.
With elite fly/back talent like Scotty Buff, the class of 2023 is rapidly becoming one of the best recruiting classes we’ve ranked in a while.
Charlotte Crush moved into t-23rd all-time in the girls’ 13-14 100 free, while brothers Charlie and Johnny had some standout swims of their own.
Texas recruit Will Scholtz won all 4 events he swam in, breaking the KHSAA records in all 4 as well.
Texas-commit and #3 in the class of 2023 Nate Germonprez (above) swam a best time in the 100 breast at the 2022 DSMY Skywalk Open in Des Moines, IA.
Tennessee freshman Julia Mrozinski chopped nearly 6 seconds off her lifetime best in the 400 free on Friday night in Knoxville.
Tennessee’s Allan Jones Aquatic Center will play host to the Tennessee Long Course Invite, a replacement for the cancelled Knoxville PSS.
SwimMAC’s Baylor Nelson (pictured) won the 400 IM by 5 seconds on Day 3 of the 2021 Winter Junior Championships-East.
Logan Walker from Austin, Texas will swim for the local team at the University of Texas beginning in fall 2023.
National Junior Teamer Will Modglin from Zionsville Swim Club has verbally committed to Texas for 2023-24.
Will Scholtz, a 6’8″ breaststroker from Lakeside Swim Team (KY) has verbally committed to the University of Texas for 2023-24.
Charlotte Hook is seeded first in the 200 fly, 400 free, and 200 IM at the 2021 USA Swimming Futures Championships in Huntsville, AL.
14-year-old Sean Green rewrote his career-best times from the 100 free up to the 1500 free, including a 12-second drop in the 400 free.
NC State rising junior Katharine Berkoff took about 1.6 seconds off her lifetime best 100 free time going into this meet from 2018 Summer Nationals.