If you blink, you might just miss Sturgeon Bay's Max McHugh's next race.
The Sevastopol product and current Minnesota swimmer posted a 100 yard breaststroke time of 50.55, which is a season-best and currently tops the NCAA. According to SwimSwam, McHugh also won the 200 breaststroke on Saturday with a time of 1:53.17, which puts him ranked fifth in the nation. He also ran fast legs in the 200 medley and freestyle relays.
Swimming World currently ranks McHugh as the ninth-best swimmer in the country and believes he could be Minnesota's first national champion since 1964.