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He was a part of the yard medley relay team that set the national age group record. Stitt competes for Tualatin Hills Swim Club, mainly competing in distance events.
Tafuto swims for the Hershey Aquatics Club, specializing in the sprint freestyle events. Tafuto had the fifth-fastest time in the yard freestyle at the Pennsylvania state championships.
O'Donnell is the only diver in this year's class, but has extensive national competition experience, competing with Glenbrook Aquatics Diving Club.
Rachel Waite talks about becoming a MHSAA state swimming champion
He finished third on both one-meter and three-meter at the AAU Diving National Championships, and followed that up with a fourth-place finish on one-meter, eighth-place finish on three-meter and 12th place finish on platform at the same event in He is a two-time AAU All-American on one-meter and three-meter, and also received All-American honors in synchronized diving and platform diving in Michigan graduates seven student-athletes at the end of the year, including Ryan Feeley Rye, N.
Edwards will also be exhausted. The signees include swimmers Madeline Frost Saline, Mich.
On the swimming side, to be able to get athletes of that caliber is so incredibly exciting. Each of them competes at a very high level and they all have great work ethics.
They will fit in perfectly with the culture we're creating.
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They are extremely dedicated individuals that strive to make the team better. She is ranked the third-best swimmer in the state of Michigan according to CollegeSwimming. Frost won a state title as part of the yard freestyle relay team at the MHSAA D-I state championships swimming the anchor leg and also set two career-best times, finishing second in the yard freestyle, and fourth in the yard backstroke.
A team captain, Frost was an all-state selection all four years at nearby Saline High School and is also a time All-American. Harty swims in multiple events for Westerville Aquatic Club. Additionally, she is a high school All-American as part of the yard freestyle relay, holding the high school record in that race, and on the yard medley relay and in the yard butterfly.
She's also a two-time team captain. Horton focuses primarily on the breaststroke, and swims club for Swim Atlanta. She is ranked No. She scored three top finishes at the NCSA Junior National Championships, including 13th in both the meter breaststroke and meter breaststroke and 23rd in the meter breaststroke. She also took third place in the yard breaststroke at the American Short Course Championships.
Salem, a sprint freestyle swimmer, comes from Brazil, where she swam with Pinheiros Sports Club. She is ranked as the 54th-best swimmer in the Class of by CollegeSwimming.
Looking at Rachel now, as a high school senior, one may still not be able to see the champion hidden inside — until she hits the water. She is a very polite, well-mannered, intelligent year-old who turns into a fierce, confident competitor in any given pool. Rachel said she was not a good swimmer at the very start as a nine-year-old girl in beginning swim lessons.
After joining the Tecumseh Tigersharks swim club a little later, Rachel was always one of the last to finish a race but still she kept trying.
She kept working at it, hard, and eight years later she became a state champion. Her twin brothers, Andrew and Jarred, greatly influenced her ability and competitive drive from early on despite the two males being divers.
As well, being the first-born child of the family, two years older than the boys, Rachel took being the eldest seriously and that thought process began creating the leader she is today.2012 MHSAA Swimming Championships
Just trophies in general. Eubanks has coached Rachel since she was that little slow girl in Tigersharks apparel.
From the age of nine to 12, Rachel specialized in the backstroke but changed to breaststroke for no particular reason that she can think of, other than Eubanks told her to. She worked mainly on the breaststroke and IM individual medley during middle school.
In addition to winning a state title in the breaststroke 1: