In all, 42 swimmers competed.
Tais Brown (14) won all seven events he competed in, making Southeastern cuts in all of them.
Landon Hall (9) won six events and made Southeasterns in all eight he swam.
Logan Hall (11) won four events and made Southeasterns in all eight he swam.
Rosalee Wenhame (12) won four events and made Southeasterns in each of her eight.
Stephen Zhukov (11) won five events and made Southeastern cuts in seven events.
Mason Fischer (13) won five events and made Southeasterns in five events and one bonus cut.
Samuel Campbell (10) won two events and made Southeasterns in seven events.
Aydan Skelton (10) won three events, made Southeasterns in five events and bonus in one event.
Keyara Colandro (12) made Southeasterns in five events and bonus cuts in two others.
Abigail King (13) won four events, made Southeasterns in four, and made bonus cuts in three others.
Savannah Miniard (12) won an event and made Southeasterns in six events.
Carl Helus (12) made Southeasterns in six events.
Zack Telep (15) won three races and made cuts in three and bonus in three others.
Sarah Helus (10) made cuts in two events and bonus times in three others.
Sydney Goodman (18) won an event, made Southeasterns in the 100 Breast, and made a bonus cut in the 200 Breast.
Leah Alexander (10) made Southeasterns in one event and bonus cuts in four others.
Colin Suddeth (12) made Southeasterns in two events.
Stuart Greene (11) made Southeasterns in the 50 Breast and a bonus cut in the 100 Breast.
Jessica King made Southeasterns in the 1500 Free.
Sarah Walker (16) made cuts in the 200 Fly.
“We now have 33 swimmers who have earned their way to Southeastern Championships,” said Coach Andy Wagner. “We also have other swimmers improving and achieving new goals, and knocking on the door to future championship meets. Our team has bonded well, we have a great culture, and I am very proud of this team.”
The team will next be swimming at the Southeastern Championships in Knoxville for those swimmers who achieved challenging time cuts. Performances at that championship may open doors for even more prestigious national championship meets for some swimmers.
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