58 Athletes Named To U.S. Pan Pacs Roster At Conclusion Of 2018 Nationals

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The official roster for the United States Pan Pacific Championships team was announced at the conclusion of finals at the Phillips 66 USA Swimming National Championships on Sunday night. A total of 58 athletes (29 women, 29 men) were selected to represent the U.S. in Tokyo, Japan that will begin on August 8th and run through August 13th.

You can view the full rosters for women and men below, and check out all interview, race videos, recaps, and results from the 2018 Nationals meet by clicking here.

Women’s Roster

Haley Anderson
Kathleen Baker
Mallory Comerford
Kelsi Dahlia
Gabby DeLoof
Katie Drabot
Ella Eastin
Hali Flickinger
Brooke Forde
Bethany Galat
Margo Geer
Lilly King
Katie Ledecky
Simone Manuel
Melanie Margalis
Ally McHugh
Katie McLaughlin
Katie Meili
Hannah Moore
Allison Schmitt
Leah Smith
Regan Smith
Olivia Smoliga
Isabelle Stadden
Erica Sullivan
Micah Sumrall
Chase Travis
Ashley Twichell
Abbey Weitzeil

Men’s Roster

Taylor Abbott
Nathan Adrian
Michael Andrew
Zach Apple
Michael Brinegar
Jack Conger
Abrahm DeVine
Caeleb Dressel
Conor Dwyer
Robert Finke
Matt Grevers
Sean Grieshop
Zane Grothe
Townley Haas
Zach Harting
David Heron
Chase Kalisz
Austin Katz
Jay Litherland
Ryan Murphy
Jacob Pebley
Blake Pieroni
Josh Prenot
Justin Ress
Andrew Seliskar
Grant Shoults
Jordan Wilimovsky
Andrew Wilson
Justin Wright

5 Comments

5 comments

  1. Pat Kennedy

    Congratulations TEAM USA, Safe travels to Tokyo. Have fun and SWIM FAST!!!

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    Kylie

    Way to go, Wilson!!! Your Emory family is so proud! Go Breagles!

  3. Crystal Sadler

    Congratulations!! Go Team USA!! 🇺🇸

Author: James Sica

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James Sica is the Men and Women's Assistant Coach at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has been an assistant coach at CMU in Pittsburgh, PA (2015-2017), a volunteer assistant coach with the Harvard women’s program (2014-2015) and an assistant with the Ithaca College men's program (2012-2014).

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