Swimming World Six-Star Promotion: Angie Haven, Sarah Henry, Cindy Tran

PHOENIX, Arizona, January 20. SEVERAL swimmers broke into the elite Swimming World six-star recruit status over the weekend. Angie Haven, Sarah Henry and Cindy Tran each proved they have what it takes to be an immediate impact recruit in the Swimming World College Recruit Rankings powered by Take Your Marks.

Haven, who has already signed with Cal Poly, posted a pair of times that would have earned her spots in B finals last year at the NCAA Division I Women's Championships. She clocked top times in the 100-yard breast (1:01.21) and 200-yard breast (2:12.79) while representing Monrovia Aquatix.

Henry, who is in the Class of 2010, boasts a pair of readouts that would have A finaled last year. She owns scoring times in the 1650-yard free (16:04.89) and 400-yard IM (4:08.49). She also has B final times in the 200-yard breast (2:11.92) and 200-yard IM (1:58.12) while swimming for Raleigh Swim Association.

Additionally, Tran broke the U.S. National Age Group record for the 15-16 division in the 100-yard back. Representing West Coast Swimming, Tran clocked a time of 52.52, which would have A finaled at NCAAs last year.

To be a six-star, a recruit must have a lifetime best short course yard time that would either place them in the past year's A final of an event at the NCAA Division I Championships, or own multiple times that would have reached B finals in the past year

If you know of anyone else of high school age that has recorded a time that would have put them into A finals at last year's NCAA Division I Championships, please let us know via Reaction Time.

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