Long Island Aquatic Club (LIAC) has consistently been the top performing New York City Metropolitan Area swim club for the past 20 years. Recognized as one of the most elite competitive swim programs in the United States, we consistently field one of the top 20 teams in USA Swimming's Virtual Club Championships and its teams have won Junior National, Sectional, Senior Metropolitan, and Junior Olympic titles.
LIAC has competed in the last five United States Swimming Olympic Trials with 17 different swimmers.
LIAC has won an unprecedented 17 consecutive Junior Metropolitan Team Championships.
LIAC has finished 2nd in the country at the USA Junior National Championships twice in the last 15 years.
Since 2000, LIAC has won 22 out of a possible 32 overall Senior Metropolitan Team Championships.
LIAC has developed five USA Senior National or NCAA Division I Individual Swimming Champions.
LIAC has sent swimmers to nearly 100 university swim programs, including all eight Ivy League schools.
Coach Ginny Nussbaum has been selected as one of the top 10 Age Group Swim Coaches in 2015 by American Swim Coaches Association.
LIAC club member Maggie Aroesky represented Team USA in the World Junior Championships in 2015.
LIAC set the 11-12 year old girls’ 4x100 Freestyle USA national record in 2015.
LIAC finished 14th out of 2500 USA Swim Clubs in the 2015 Long Course Season in USA Swimming Virtual Club Championship.
Olympic Trials 2012 Roger Dent Eric Heinemann Emily Kelly Oliver Lee Michael Lennon Daphne Skelos Jack Wagner Christian Yaeger 2008 Elizabeth Goldson Emily Kelly Daphne Skelos 2004 Sarah Daley Jessica Foschi Brendan Neligan 2000 Dan Demarco Kelly O’Reilly Brendan Neligan Krissy Sendrowski Jessica Foschi 1996 Jessica Foschi Amy Taylor
International Competitions World Swimming Championships World Junior Swimming Championships Pan American Swimming Championships Pan- Pacific Swimming Championships World University Games
2016 High School All-Americans Cara Treble (Class of 2016 & Penn State University, 2020) Maggie Aroesty (Class of 2017 & U of Southern California, 2021) Kristen Romano (Class of 2017 & Ohio State 2021) CJ Arena (Class of 2017) Ryan Brown (Class of 2016 & Cornell U 2021)
Excellence in the Pool & School: USA Swimming Academic All-Americans Paige Kaplan (Class of 2015, Notre Dame Class of 2019, 4.0) Connor Brown (Class of 2015, Notre Dame Class of 2019, 4.0) Kerry Giovanniello (Class of 2015, U of Buffalo Class of 2019, 4.0) Yuka Kuwahara (Class of 2015, 4.0) Ryan Brown (Class of 2016, 4.0) Conor Beil (Class of 2016, 4.0) Morgan Harrington (Class of 2016, 4.0) Cara Treble (Class of 2016) Maggie Aroesty (Class of 2017, 4.0) Beth Caruana (Class of 2017, 4.0) CJ Arena, (Class of 2017, 4.0 GPA)