The LIAC women convincing lead the way, winning the women team title by over 500 points.
16-year-old Kristen Romano was named the women’s individual high point award winner.
New Olympic Trial cuts were achieved by Kristen Romano in the 200m Backstroke (2:16.27) and 200m Individual Medley (2:18.40).
15-year-old CJ Arena made his first USA Junior National cut in the 1500m Freestyle
13-year-old Elite Team member Chloe Stepanek qualified for the NCSA Junior National championships in the 200y Freestyle (1:52.84).
15-year-old Annabelle Corcoran made her first NCSA Junior National cut in the 800m Freestyle (9:07.51) and the 1500m Freestyle (17:27.28).
New Team Records Set Include:
Chloe Stepanek – 13-14 Year Old Girls 50y Freestyle, 24.32.
Kristen Romano – 15-16 & OPEN 200y Backstroke 1:57.98, 15-16 100m Backstroke, 1:03.42, 15-16 200m Backstroke, 2:16.27
Maggie Aroesty – 15-16 & OPEN 100y Breaststroke 1:00.31
New Senior Met Meet Records Set Include:
Cara Treble- Women 100m Freestyle, 57.35
Maggie Aroesty- Women 100y Breaststroke, 1:00.31. Women 100m Breaststroke, 1:09.70. Women 200m Individual Medley, 2:16.58
Mikaila Gaffey, Annabelle Corcoran, Cara Treble, and Kristen Romano combined for a new 400m Freestyle Relay record, 3:54.14.
Top 3 Finishes:
Cara Treble -1st 100m Free; 2nd 200m Free; 3rd 800m Free
Maggie Aroesty -3rd 400m Free; 1st 100m Breaststroke; 2nd 200m Breaststroke; 1st 200m IM; 1st 400m IM
Annabelle Corcoran -3rd 1500m Free
Kristen Romano -1st 100m Back; 1st 200m Back; 3rd 400m IM
Lauryn Johnson 1st 100m Fly, 1st 200m Fly
CJ Arena 2nd 1500m Free; 3rd 400m IM
Tim Marski 3rd 200m Fly
Congratulations to all that competed!
Save the date - March 24 @ 6:45pm will be our next try out for the team and stroke clinic. Click here for more information.
Voting starts Thursday 2/18 at noon and runs through midnight on Sunday 2/21.
All currently registered Metro athletes 13 and over are eligible and encouraged to vote. Only one vote per athlete.
Email your vote to email@example.com You must include:
1. Your Full Name:
2. Your Age:
3. Your Team:
4. Voting For:
Alek is a lifelong LIAC athlete who started in our Stroke Clinic program. She credits the sport of swimming with helping her through good times and bad. “Swimming has helped me make a swim family. Since being a part of Metro helps me, then I would like to help Metro by being a Junior Rep,” she explains.
Alek is running on the platform of creating a more unified Metro Swimming LSC. “In Metro, each different team is very different and has a different driving edge that makes it unique, fast, and competitive. Though we are all Metro, we aren’t as united and bonded as many other places are,” she states in her application. Alek continues, “Though we can’t change who is friends with who, it is our obligation to make ourselves a bigger team … so we may motivate each other and push each other to break more and more records.”
As a Metro Rep, Alek will be required to attend Metro Board Meetings, the USA Swimming Convention, and Zones. Alek has made a commitment to help represent Metro Swimming. Her Bio concludes, “I will bring fresh ideas to the meetings, as well as a say in what swimmers want. I can also help with design and bring creative perspectives to the table.”
Let’s support Alek as she runs for office in Metro Swimming! We know she will make LIAC and Metro proud when she is elected!
The YMiddies meet for Sunday 2/14 has been moved to the Mark Twain Middle School, 160 Woodlawn Avenue, Yonkers, NY. AM swimmers need to be there by 7:15am and the pm swimmers by 11:45am. Good luck!!
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