The Jamestown High School senior is the defending Virginia 4A champion in the 100y fly (54.63) and 100y breast (1:05.15), and also led off Jamestown’s title-earning 200 free relay (23.55) and anchored their victorious 400 free relay (50.76). With those four swims, Vereb broke four state records, two of which were as a member of relays.
- 50 free – 23.37
- 100 free – 50.40
- 50 back – 25.94
- 100 back – 55.40
- 100 breast – 1:02.88
- 100 fly – 53.79
- 200 IM – 2:04.21
All of the preceding best times came just this past spring. An incredibly versatile sprinter, Vereb looks to have loads of potential in the 200 IM, though she could provide a strong split as any member of a medley relay.
In terms of ACC value, Vereb is fast enough for a B final scoring swim in the 100 fly, and is within tenths of what it’d take to score in the 100 breast C final at the ACC Champs. VT graduates Maggie Gruber, their only 100 fly scorer at ACCs last season, after the current season. As a butterflier and sprint option, Vereb will be a strong addition to the H20kies’ program.
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