US World Junior Roster Updates: Torri Huske Adds 100 Fly to Budapest Line-Up

2019 U.S. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Only two more individual events were contested on night 3 of the US national championships, the 400 IM and 100 fly. More spots for priority 2 are beginning to open up as multi-event talents are adding more swims to their Budapest line-up.

Qualifiers (Priority 1)

  • These athletes should be locked in, provided they don’t decline their roster spots.

No new names were added on the boys’ side. Luca Urlando, despite finishing 8th in the A-final of the 100 fly, earned his third individual swim in Budapest along with the 200 free and 200 fly. Carson Foster‘s world junior record-breaking efforts also earned him a third swim along with the 200 free and 200 back.

Priority 1 Boys (As of 8/2)
Athlete Event 1 Event 2 Event 3
Destin Lasco 100 FR
Adam Chaney 100 FR
Jake Magahey 4×100 FR-R 4×200 FR-R
Jack Alexy 4×100 FR-R
Arik Katz 1500 FR
Luca Urlando 200 FL 200 FR 100 FL
Carson Foster 200 FR 200 BK 400 IM
Dare Rose 4×200 FR-R
Joshua Matheny 200 BR

Torri Huske became the first girl to earn a double event for World Juniors with her 4th-place finish in the 100 fly A-final. The only new junior name to automatically earn a ticket to Budapest is Isabel Gormley‘s 400 IM B-final efforts.

Priority 1 Girls (As of 8/2)
Athlete Event 1 Event 2
Gretchen Walsh 100 FR
Torri Huske 100 FR 100 FL
Amy Tang 4×100 FR-R
Grace Cooper 4×100 FR-R
Chase Travis 800 FR
Lillie Nordmann 200 FL
Claire Tuggle 200 FR
Ashley Strouse 200 FR
Erin Gemmell 4×200 FR-R
Olivia McMurray 4×200 FR-R
Abby Arens 200 BR
Natalie Mannion 200 BK
Isabel Gormley 400 IM

Potential Qualifiers (Priority 2 & 3)

  • These athletes are in line for selection, but need enough athletes to double up in events to be officially added to the roster.

The priority 1 doubles qualifiers is now up to 5 names, slowly starting to increase the priority 2/3 boys’ chances of being selected to the World Junior roster. Jason Louser‘s 400 IM and Blake Manoff‘s 100 fly will now be added into the mix for the chance to join the roster.

Priority 2/3 Boys (As of 8/2)
Athlete Event 1
Jake Mitchell 1500 FR
Brendan Burns 200 FL
Matt Fallon 200 BR
Wyatt Davis 200 BK
Jason Louser 400 IM
Blake Manoff 100 FL
Matt Brownstead 4×100 FR-R

The A-final of the 100 fly was a very tight race, with the top 6 finishers overall all under 58 seconds. 15-year-old Claire Curzan was also under the great Mary T. Meagher‘s 100 fly NAG, yet finished behind Huske for 5th place. Grace Sheble also just missed touching out Isabel Gormley for the top junior spot in the 400 IM.

Priority 2/3 Girls (As of 8/2)
Athlete Event 1
*Olivia McMurray *800 FR
Charlotte Hook 200 FL
Anna Keating 200 BR
Rye Ulett 200 BK
Grace Sheble 400 IM
Claire Curzan 100 FL
Maxine Parker 4×100 FR

*McMurray has already qualified priority 1 with her 4×200 FR relay spot, yet to be determined if she will swim the 800 free as a secondary event.

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Yabo

Is jake foster not eligible for this meet?

Hmmm

No, he turns 19 before December 31st

mediocre-ly

is the girls class of 2020 not available for this meet? Or did Emma Weyant decline her spot

Boknows34

Only girls born 1st Jan 2002 or after are eligible for World Juniors.

collegeswimmer

rye ulett should make the trip, she earned the spot for sure.

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