Posts Tagged ‘James Murphy’
Breaking down the 2014-15 All-Met first and second teams by club.
The 2014-2015 All-Met teams were released Friday and showcased the top swimming and diving talent in the area.
A select group comprised of medalists from NCSA Junior Nationals will compete next month at the 2015 Irish Open Swimming Championships in Dublin.
The California recruit continued his assault on the medal stands in Orlando, winning a fourth and fifth individual gold.
A photo gallery recap of Friday’s morning preliminary heats in Orlando.
Anyone did not stand a chance Thursday against the top-ranked high school swimmer in the country. And so not-anyone won two more golds.
Carsten Vissering and Andrew Seliskar finished 1-2 in the 100-meter breaststroke in top-five all-time times in Orlando.
The Potomac Valley’s best concluded three days of racing, as swimmers turn their attention toward NCSAs and sectionals.
The California recruit took down the 17-18 mark in the men’s 200-yard breaststroke Saturday in Fairfax.
The Nation’s Capital Swim Club product moves into fourth all-time in the 400-yard individual medley event.
Virginia’s brightest stars shined Friday and Saturday in Richmond, but so too did other All-Mets and up-and-comers.
After a dominating performance at Metros, the Little Hoyas are back on top.
The Cougars and Saxons hold on for region championships, know they’ll face stiff competition at state meet.
Robinson’s James Jones tore down a pair of region records during Thursday’s boys’ preliminary session.
This week’s rankings have a new No. 1 after Georgetown Prep suffered its first major defeat Saturday night.
VIRGINIA | The No. 2 Cougars turned the tables on the defending conference champs, as a deep No. 2 Rams girls’ team sunk the four-time defending champs.
Georgetown Prep finished strong at National Catholics in a calm weekend before the area’s postseason gets fully underway.
Results from Day 1 of the Austin Pro Swim Series. Updated live.
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The best high school swimmers at the beginning of the year were the best swimmer of the entire year.
The top five schools remain intact, but four new teams make their debuts in the rankings after a tumultuous two-week stretch.
High school times are hard to find, but here is a breakdown of how the area’s high school swimmers rank based on their club swimming times.
The area’s brightest stars clash with some of the East Coast’s best at this year’s Tom Dolan Invitational meet.
Georgetown Prep retains its No. 1 position, as Gonzaga, Oakton move up after two-time Virginia state champion Robinson fell. Poolesville, W.T. Woodson, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes also make their first appearances in the rankings.
No. 4 Oakton boys’ came away with a surprise three-point upset of No. 2 Robinson, as the fourth-ranked Oakton girls stumbled in their opener against No. 9 Robinson.
Machine’s top junior freestyle finishes seventh in championship final at 2014 Junior Nationals.
Johnny Bradshaw and Max Cruz took down a pair of 12 and under records Saturday in the NVSL’s Week 1.
Two Potomac Valley members were selected to the 2014 Eastern Zone Select Camp coaching roster. They’ll oversee 56 swimmers, including seven local athletes.
Andrew Seliskar, Cassidy Bayer set national age group records, continue Nation’s Capital’s dominance at NSCA Junior Nationals in Orlando.
Five total national age group records were set during day two finals at the 2014 National Club Swimming Association short course junior nationals in Orlando.
Isabella Rongione earned her first victory of the 2014 National Club Swimming Association short course junior nationals in Orlando with a come-from-behind victory in the 1,000-yard free.
Janet Hu leads the Oakton girls to a third straight Virginia state title, and the Robinson boys also repeat in 6A.
Hu just misses national high school record for Cougars; defending state champion Robinson boys also win.
Recap of the Virginia 6A North Region preliminary heats. Finals begin at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Plenty of locals and former All Mets competing at the 2014 Austin Grand Prix this weekend. Full coverage and locals results inside.
NOVA, NCAP both under national age group relay record to cap first night of finals at Tom Dolan Invite.
Katie Ledecky and Chuck Katis will swim in center lanes to conclude the competition at Winter Nationals.
Nine local swimmers advanced to finals in the first day at Winter Nationals.
Katie Ledecky, Andrew Seliskar and others ready to compete at USA Swimming’s Winter Nationals in Knoxville, Tenn.
Janet Hu reset two state records to lead the Oakton girls to a second straight Virginia AAA swimming and diving championship while Robinson topped Madison in the boys’ meet.
The Oakton girls set a new meet scoring record while the Madison boys won with a true team approach at the Northern Region swimming and diving championships.
Oakton boys slip past Robinson to repeat as Concord District champs; girls' romp for third consecutive titleSunday, January 27th, 2013
Oakton’s boys edged Robinson by four points to win the Concorde District title for the second straight year. The Cougar girls dominated from start to finish.
Young talent continues to shine during the 2012-2013 high school season with standout performances from freshman on both sides of the Potomac.
Freshmen James Murphy and Megan Byrnes shined on Friday night in a quad meet with Langley, Oakton, Madison and Robinson.
Recaps from the Eastern Zone “Super Sectional” meet and NVSL All Star meet — picture gallery from All Stars included.
Weekend Round-up: Wu, Bayer win 20 events at PVS Junior Olympics; Area divers advance to East NationalsTuesday, March 20th, 2012
Timothy Wu sets three individual records at PVS Junior Olympics. Tim Faerber sweeps boards at Region 2 Diving Championships. Read more from both meets inside.
*Edited to include relay records, including two NAG record*
Jack Conger and Michael Andrew broke three National Age Group records between them at the 2011 Tom Dolan Invitational. Curl-Burke broke the boys 13-14 400 medley relay NAG record.
The 2011 Tom Dolan Invitational will begin Thursday night at the University of Maryland’s Eppley Recreation Center, with timed finals events. Over the last decade, the invitational has attracted many of the top club teams from up and down the East Coast, making Tom Dolan one of the most competitive meets in the country. Read RFTW’s in-depth preview of swimmers to watch.
Countless team records and a handful of NVSL records fell Saturday at divisonal meets across the league. And All-Stars is yet to come.