NISCA All-American Showcase: Joseph Schooling, Katie McLaughlin Lead 100 Fly With High School Records

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 12. IT took a pair of amazing national records to lead the 100-yard fly in the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists. Bolles’ Joseph Schooling and St. Margarita’s Katie McLaughlin both took down a national high school record for the top times this year.

Schooling had an amazing swim at the Florida State 1A high School State Championships as he crushed the men’s 100-yard fly national high school record during finals of the meet. After initially clocking a 45.90 in prelims, Schooling broke the record with a 45.52. Schooling’s time undercut his Bolles training partner Caeleb Dressel (45.89) for the record in the event.

Here’s video of Schooling’s record-breaking swim:

McLaughlin joined the national high school record party at the CIF Southern Section Championships by clipping the women’s 100-yard fly record with a sizzling time of 51.78. She split the race 24.49, 27.29 en route to taking down Jasmine Tosky’s national record of 51.92. Notably, McLaughlin also cleared the national independent school record of 52.23 set by Punahou’s Jasmine Mau. Earlier in the night, McLaughlin also put up a 1:44.66 to win the 200-yard freestyle.

Here is video of McLaughlin’s amazing high school record:

While Schooling and McLaughlin were clearly at the top of their games in the 100 fly, some strong swims occurred a bit further down the All-American lists. Ryan Dudzinski will be the fastest returning swimmer next year as the junior ranked fifth with a 47.44. McLaughlin, meanwhile, should have some competition next year with Verona’s Beata Nelson ranking second with a 52.06.

Nelson spoke with Swimming World’s Jeff Commings as part of a special weekend edition of The Morning Swim Show.

Boys 100 fly Top 8
1, :45.52, Joseph Schooling (12), The Bolles School
2, :46.31, Aaron Whitaker (12), Chesterton High School
3, :47.09, Andrew Liang (12), Palo Alto High School
4, :47.26, Gunnar Bentz (12), St. Pius X Catholic High School
5, :47.44, Ryan Dudzinski (11), Upper St. Clair High School
6, :47.53, Corey Okubo (12), University High School
7, :47.76, Ryan Nicholson (12), Ithaca High School
8, :47.84, R J Hemmingsen (12), Lewis Central High School

Girls 100 fly Top 8
1, :51.78, Kathryn McLaughlin (11) Santa Margarita Catholic High School
2, :52.06, Beata Nelson (10) Verona / Mount Horeb Co-op
3, :52.23, Jasmine K Mau (12) Punahou School
4, :52.46, Janet Hu (12) Oakton High School
5, :52.70, Aly Tetzloff (11) Crown Point High School
6, :52.90, Katie Grover (12) Milton High School
7, :53.41, Danielle Nack (12) Mankato West High School
8, :53.45, Grace Oglesby (10) North Oldham High School

2013-14 NISCA Girls High School All-Americans

2013-14 NISCA Boys High School All-Americans

NOTE: All America times have to be submitted to NISCA by a certain deadline in order to make the 2014 All-American list. Coaches can submit times here: Corrections can also be submitted to NISCA via three emails: Boys Swimming contact:; Girls Swimming contact:; Boys and Girls Diving contact:

This is the fifth day of what will be an 11-day showcase of the NISCA All-American program. Swimming World is proud to partner with NISCA to provided a global spotlight on high school swimming in the U.S., and will be talking to some of the top movers and shakers in high school swimming this week as part of the Morning Swim Show. Additionally, we’ll be taking a look back at some of the best of the best high school swimmers historically.

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