University Boys Varsity Swimming

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Winter Sports Celebrated at Awards Night

Congratulations to the University High School athletes who competed in girls basketball, boys swimming, girls swimming, and cheerleading this winter sports season. At their season-end celebrations, these teams distributed awards recognizing the most outstanding athlete, most improved athlete, and the athlete with the best mental attitude. Plus, most sports also awarded a Trailblazer Award winner. The Trailblazer Award is given

Three Swimmers Named Academic All-Americans

Three University High School swimmers have received national recognition by being named to the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) Academic All-America team. Seniors Brody Davison, Charles Earle, and Ian Weiker were each recognized for their accomplishments in the pool and in the classroom.  Just 2% of all high school swimmers in the country receive

University High School Boys Varsity Swimming finishes 7th place

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 5:00 PM Place 7 Points 80 Meet Recap In a tough and long meet, the Trailblazers came in 7th place at Brebeuf’s Schools With No Pools invitational. The team had the privilege of honoring their 5 seniors at this meet: Max Ammerman, Zachary Daniels, Brody Davison, Charles Earle, and Ian Weiker.

University High School Boys Varsity Swimming finishes 3rd place

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 6:00 PM Place 3 Points 0 Meet Recap In an unscored meet on Tuesday, December 10th, the AquaBlazers set many personal and 2 new team records. To kick off the meet, the team of Charles Earle, Cole Reinholt, Brody Davison, and Cordell Wilson swam their best medley relay of the season

University High School Boys Varsity Swimming finishes 2nd place

Saturday, January 7, 2017 11:00 AM Place 2 Points 79 Meet Recap The University AquaBlazers placed second at their conference meet on Saturday, January 7th. Over the course of the meet, the boys won half of the individual events, set 3 PAAC records, and 4 new school records. The teams winning swims came from Brody

University High School Boys Varsity Swimming finishes 5th place

Saturday, December 10, 2016 9:00 AM Place 5 Points 20 Meet Recap In their fourth meet of the season, the AquaBlazers fell to Cascade, North Putnam, Pioneer, and Clinton Central. Despite their loss, the boys had some fantastic swims in the water. Senior Brody Davison broke the boys’ first varsity record of the meet when

University High School Boys Varsity Swimming finishes 1st place

Thursday, December 8, 2016 5:30 PM Place 1 Points 118 Meet Recap The University High School Boys Swim Team won for the second time this season, defeating Arsenal Technical High School, Broad Ripple Magnet High School, Covenant Christian High School, and George Washington Community High School. The boys kicked off the meet with a victory

Swim Team Begins Season with Two Wins

The music starts. The pressure mounts. Your workout depends on whether you know the name of the song playing over the loudspeaker, and you have no idea what’s coming next. “The songs were from Syd’s [the coach’s] running playlist,” said freshman Caitlin Clark. “She would play the first 30 seconds of a song, and if

University High School Boys Varsity Swimming falls to Muncie Burris High School 64-25

Saturday, December 3, 2016 11:30 AM University High School AWAY 25 Muncie Burris High School HOME 64 Meet Recap University Boys Swimming fell to Muncie Burris on Saturday afternoon. Despite the loss, there were multiple fantastic swims this weekend. The team of Charles Earle, Cole Reinholt, Brody Davison, and Agastya Das went 5 seconds faster

University High School Boys Varsity Swimming beat Elwood Community High School 96-55

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 6:00 PM University High School AWAY 96 Elwood Community High School HOME 55 Meet Recap The University Men’s Swim Team won their first meet of the season against Elwood Community High School on Wednesday evening, providing the team with their first victory since their creation. As the first meet of the