Junior Nationals Great Meet for NC Swimmers
SwimMAC Carolina led the way for the North Carolina delegation at Junior Nationals which concluded yesterday at the University of Texas pool in Austin. With 20 swimmers competing, MAC showed their strength by placing 3rd in combined men and women’s scores. The women place 4th overall and the men placed 2nd to the Bolles School Sharks. For the men, the 200 Free Relay set new NAG Records in the 17-18 and 15-18 age groups with a 1:21.30. The men’s 400 Free Relay also set a new NAG record in the 15-18 age group with a 2:56.93. Relay swimmers included Peter Brumm, Logan Heck, John Manchester, Ryan Wilkinson and Kyle Darmody. Congratulations to these young men on some outstanding swimming!
Swimmers competing for MAC at the meet included Lauren Rhodes, Linsay Cooper, Nora McCullagh, Maija Roses, Elsa Welshofer, Nicole Emery, Maria Sheridan, Caroline Bryant, Logan Heck, Peter Brumm, Ryan Wilkinson, Kyle Darmody, Sean Corcoran, Lane Bretschneider, William Wheeler, John Manchester, Kevin Glenn, Billy Murch Elliott, Thomas Hetzel, and Currie Murch Elliott. Swimming Unattached-MAC were Alexandra Martelle and Kathleen Baker.
RSA was represented by Henriette Stenkvist, Hannah Moore, Andrew Henry, William Deforest, Victoria Tschoke and Ryan Cade. DUKE was represented by Garrett House. YSST was represented by Sava Turcanu; WOW had Travis Johns and Matthew McPeters; YWNC was represented by William Young and Ryan Deberry. WAVE had Daniel Dozier and Sean Yeh and SSS had Kurt Wohlrab swimming. Swimming Unattached-GSA was Daniel Le and Unattached-NC was Kyle House. Congratulations to all our Junior National swimmers!