Four male swimmers qualified and competed at the NCSA Junior National Meet that took place in Orlando, Florida over the March 20-24 weekend. The meet was once a replacement for the USA Junior National meet when USA Swimming chose to eliminate the option for athletes. The National Club Swimming Association (NCSA not to be confused with the NCSA for the National Collegiate Scouting Association which often asks for money) was founded by a team of coaches that valued the importance of a Junior National meet and created an event that gained in popularity to such a degree that some may consider to be a contributing factor for the return of a USA Junior national meet.
Wesley Coles was our highest place finisher with a 39th place finish in the 200 fly event (1:52.67). He improved four times including the 50 yard fly (24.24), 200 yard free (1:44.27), 1500 meter free (16:51.23) and 800 meter free (8:55.66). Our next highest place finish was Chris Nolan in the 200 fly (1:54.37) which was also a time improvement. Nathan Rhea finished 106th in the 200 breaststroke (2:12.18), while Colin Landweer finished 121st in the 50 free (22.17).