Top PVS Swimmers in NCAA at Midseason Break

By Reach for the Wall staff.

SwimSwam recently posted lists of the Top 16 NCAA male swimmers and Top 16 NCAA female swimmers at the midpoint of the 2016-2017 NCAA swimming season.  The following PVS swimmers made these lists:

  • Women
    1. Megan Byrnes (Stanford University; Oak Hill, Va / Oakton High School)
      • 1650 free
    2. Janet Hu (Stanford University; Vienna, Va / Oakton High School)
      • 50 & 100 free, 100 & 200 back, 100 fly
    3. Katie Ledecky (Stanford University; Bethesda, Md / Stone Ridge)
      • 200, 500 & 1650 free, 400 IM
    4. Hellen Moffitt (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Alexandria, Va / West Potomac High)
      • 100 fly
  • Men
    1. Jack Conger (University of Texas at Austin; Rockville, Md / Our Lady of Good Counsel)
      • 50 & 200 free, 100 & 200 fly
    2. Andrew Seliskar (University of California at Berkeley; McLean, Va / Thomas Jefferson High School)
      • 200 free, 200 fly, 200 & 400 IM
    3. John Shebat (University of Texas at Austin; Oak Hill, Va / Oakton High School)
      • 100 & 200 back
    4. Carsten Vissering (University of Southern California; Bethesda, Md / Georgetown Prep)
      • 100 breast
    5. Andrew Wilson (Emory University; Bethesda, Md / Phillips Academy)
      • 100 & 200 breast (Andrew would be listed here if he were swimming at a Division 1 school)

In addition, the following swimmers from Maryland and Virginia (but outside the PVS region) made these lists:

  • Maryland
    1. Chase Kalisz (University of Georgia; Bel Air, Md / Fallston High School)
      • 100 & 200 breast, 200 fly, 200 & 400 IM
  • Virginia
    1. Kayla Brumbaum (North Carolina State University; Fredericksburg, Va / Riverbend High School)
      • 100 & 200 breast
    2. Townley Haas (University of Texas at Austin; Richmond, Va. / Benedictine Prep)
      • 200 & 500 free
    3. Ali Khalafalla (Indiana University at Bloomington; Fork Union, Va / Fork Union Military Academy)
      • 50 free
    4. Remedy Rule (University of Texas at Austin; Crozet, Va. / Western Albemarle High School)
      • 50 free, 100 & 200 fly

And as Bryan Flaherty @SwimSider notes:

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Good luck to these (and other) swimmers at the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship (March 22-25) at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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