The Cherokee Tribune published the following article about Gold coach Micah Sumrall’s success last summer at Senior Nationals and the Pan Pacific Championships!
Click here to see the article at the Cherokee Tribune website
Micah Sumrall was ready to give up swimming for good, but after a change of heart, she showed she still had plenty in the tank, winning the 200-meter breaststroke at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Tokyo.
The win earned Sumrall a spot in next year’s world championships in South Korea and a chance to return to the top of the swimming world.
“I love swimming, but I just had to take some time off,” Sumrall said. “Just to come back and be able to get on top was really cool.”
Finding success in the pool was nothing new to Sumrall.
She was a two-time all-American during her collegiate career at Auburn. She qualified for the 2012 summer Olympics and placed sixth in the 200 breaststroke.
Her career came to a halt, though, after she missed out on the 2016 Olympics by .54 seconds.
Following the disappointment, Sumrall took more than a year off from competitive swimming and moved to Woodstock to coach with Chattahoochee Gold, where she found a new inspiration.
“Becoming a coach and helping kids learn about the sport just set me up to come back and swim again. It’s humbling. It’s really cool to have made it back, especially after doing a mixture of swimming and working. When I was a professional a couple years ago, it was just my job to swim. That’s all I did. That aspect of it is different. It just gives me something else to think about. I get to divide it between my swimming and the kids that I coach.”
After some time back in the pool and some prodding from coach Mark Schilling, Sumrall began to train again.
She said she had not thought much about how far she wanted to take her rededication, but a slow start gave way to faster times.
“We weren’t sure how it would go,” she said. “We just took it one step at a time. I didn’t do any big meets until February. Before that, it was just really small baby steps.”
Sumrall’s first big test of her return came late last month at the national championships, where she surprised even herself by posting a 2:22.06 to win by 1.16 seconds over Bethany Galat.
The competition was even tougher last weekend in Japan, but Sumrall again rose to the occasion, holding off two-time Olympic gold medalist Lilly King over the final 100 meters to win by .24 seconds in 2:21.88.
“It’s pretty scary. Luckily, I got to race (King) in the morning,” Sumrall said. “The preliminary race played out almost exactly the same, except she was able to pass me. I knew going into the final swim it was something shew was going to do. It helped me keep my stroke together a little more and make sure I had enough distance between me and her for the last 50.”
With two big wins under her belt since her return, Sumrall will have plenty of momentum to take into next year’s world championships.
Until then, she will continue coaching and competing in smaller meets, but she said she is looking forward to continuing the journey that almost never got started.
“For now, I’m just going to go along for the ride,” she said. “I wasn’t even sure I would go to worlds if I made it, but I think I can get better. I would like to try that and see what I can do. If I’m satisfied with what I can do, I probably won’t go to the Olympics, but if I think I can still get better, I’ll probably try for the Olympics again.”
Coach Micah Sumrall was featured on the Swimming World site:
Both Micah and her coach, Mark Schilling, were selected to the 2018-19 USA National Team:
Swim Across America is in its 6th year in Atlanta, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars annually for such worth causes as the AFLAC Cancer and Blood Disorder Center and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Last year, Chattahoochee Gold competed on behalf of Gold swimmer Jonas Warta, who successfully fought a battle with retinal cancer. For 5 years, the Warta family organized “Team Jonas” to help promote Swim Across America and its mission to unite the swimming community by raising funds for cancer research.
The Warta’s have now transitioned their team over to Chattahoochee Gold. We are honored to carry on their tradition by encouraging all of our members to participate in or donate to Swim Across America.
Swim Across America’s 2018 event will be held September 22 at Lake Lanier Islands. We invite all Sectionals, Sectionals Advanced, Senior, National, and High School swimmers to support this great cause. Participants will be excused from attending practice on September 22. There are several different race options (.5 mile, 1 mile, 5K, and 2 mile relay – 1/2 mile loops with up to 4 swimmers). We recommend you sign up for the 1 mile race, though some of our older, more endurance-inclined athletes may try the 5K (keep in mind it’s 5500 yards of lake swimming).
This event is not required, just encouraged! If you’re attending the event, please support “Chattahoochee Gold” (our Swim Across America team). To join us, click on the link and join the team.
If you’d like to participate, please sign up as soon as possible, as spots are limited. Thank you.
Congratulations to the senior Gold swimmers joining the Georgia 2018 Zone Team! Georgia swimming recently announced that Jordan Edwards and Sarah Brown are on the zone team with Jordan Helsby as an alternate. Gold coach Katie Yeargin will be part of the Team Georgia coaching staff. The team will travel to Midland, TX for the Southern Zone Championships July 31-August 4.
Here is the round-up of our final meets of the 2017 long course season. Thank you to all of our swimmers and parents for making it a successful season. Farewell to our seniors! You will be missed.
There were a lot of new team records this season. Here is a download link to the updated long course records: http://goldswim.com/download/3005/
*** Senior State: Athens, GA ***
Results file: http://goldswim.com/download/3074/
Senior State was held July 28-30 at the UGA’s Gabrielsen Natatorium. Chattahoochee Gold placed 2nd in the overall team scores. There were many highlights during the meet! The team did a great job supporting each other.
Relay wins, top 3 individual finishes, team records:
The women dominated the medley relays with glorious wins in both the 200 medley relay and the 400 medley relay. Both relays were new team records! Not to be completely eclipsed, the men won the 800 free relay, with lionhearted efforts from swimmers coming off the 400 IM (if you ever wonder why we train so much, these fellows can testify). Michelle McCord placed 2nd in the 200 IM and 3rd in the 50 back (setting a 17-18 team record). Jack Dalmolin won the 200 breast (with a 17-18 team record) and placed 2nd in the 200 IM. Bayley Frierson placed 3rd in the 200 fly. Other swimmers with top 8 individual finishes were Kristina Friedrichs, Parker Ciaramella, Jordan Dunn, and Tommy Eaton. Check out the new team records that were set at the meet:
— Parker Ciaramella (15-16 boys): 400 free: 4:09.34, 800 free: 8:47.35, 1500 free: 16:34.11
— Meghan Taner (15-16 girls): 50 back: 31.28
— Thomas Eaton (15-16 boys): 50 fly: 26.50
— Michelle McCord (17-18 boys): 50 back: 30.33
— Jack Dalmolin (17-18 boys): 50 breast: 29.48, 200 breast: 2:21.44
— Kristina Friedrichs (17-18 girls): 50 fly: 28.90
— 200 IM Relay (open): 1:57.31: M. McCord, M. Summrall, S. Taylor, K. Friedrichs
— 400 IM Relay (open): 4:18.04: M. McCord, M. Summrall, B. Frierson, K. Friedrichs
Swimmers of the Meet:
Jordan Dunn (made his first summer Junior Nationals cut in 100 breast)
Laura Lim Sang
*** Futures: Nashville, TN ***
Sophie Taylor and Evan Arsenault traveled to Nashville for the Futures Championship, held August 3-6. In terms of the ladder of championship meets, Futures is a step above Sectionals and a step below Junior Nationals. In other words, it’s a fast national-level meet. Evan placed 2nd in both the 50 free and the 100 free!
*** Southern Zone Championships: Tupelo, MS ***
The Zone Championships brings states from all over the South together to compete for a Zone title. Team Georgia won! Gold swimmer Lilly Byrne competed for the state of Georgia. Lilly placed 3rd in the 800 free and scored in the 200 free, 100 free, and 400 IM. The savvy hand of Head Coach Mark Schilling helped guide Georgia to their victory. The Gold coaching staff was also repped by Assistant Coach Andy Shields (now a Gold alumnus). Congratulations!
The 2017 Long Course Age Group State Championship was held July 20-23 at the McAuley Aquatic Center at Georgia Tech. Chattahoochee Gold placed third overall in team scores. We want to congratulate all of our age group state team members on a job well done and a successful end to the long course season. Just qualifying for the meet is not easy: there were races with less than 25 swimmers in the state qualified to compete
There were many great performances, but we first want to give a shout-out to our team records and victories. Gavin Halusic set new 8&under team records in the following events:
100 Free (1:16.63), 100 Fly (1:23.62), 50 free (32.85), 50 fly (35.31), and 100 back (1:28.61). Delainey Yarbrough won the 10&u girls 100 breast with 1:33.36 and tied the team record. She also won the 50 breast with 41.49, setting a new team record. Elliot Elmore won both the 11 year-old 100 breast and 50 breast. Owen Holland, Noah Richardson, Lawson Weddington, and Grant Davis crushed the 13-14 400 medley team record with a 4:12.86. Congratulations to Jordan Edwards who, despite being 13, was first alternate in the zone scoring for 13-14 girls.
To our entire age group team, enjoy a well-deserved rest during the off season. See you in the fall!
Here is a link to the full meet results: http://goldswim.com/download/3061/
SWIMMERS OF THE MEET
Senior: Jordan Edwards
Sectionals Advanced: Noah Richardson
Sectionals: Ford Johnson
Gold Advanced: Kara Cullinan
Senior: Connor Snow
Sectionals Advanced: Courtney Salmon
Sectionals: Elliot Elmore, Lily Alderman
Gold: Maddie Halloran
Silver Advanced: Jack Crawford
Senior: Sarah Brown
Sectionals: Bella Postel, Harper Johnson
Gold Advanced: Leia Lankford
Gold: Lainey Blase
Gold: Caroline Cannon
Top 10 Finishes (based on A final results):
Arcaroli, Sadie: Girls 10&U: 4th 50 Free, 8th 50 Back, 10th 100 Back
Yarbrough, Delainey: Girls 10&U: 1st 50 Breast, 1st 100 Breast, 7th 200 IM
Alderman, Lily: Girls 11: 10th 50 free, 9th 100 free, 6th 200 back, 2nd 100 breast, 3rd 200 breast, 7th 200 IM, 4th 400 IM
Clark, Lilly: Girls 11: 7th 50 back, 6th 100 back, 10th 200 back
Ross, Savannah: Girls 11: 8th 100 breast, 5th 200 breast
McCrea, Lindsey: Girls 11: 6th 200 breast
Armstrong, Kate: Girls 11: 7th 200 fly
Tully, Charlotte: Girls 11: 9th 200 fly
Blanco, Elizabeth: Girls 12: 10th 100 free, 4th 50 back, 7th 100 back
Tom, Caroline: Girls 12: 9th 200 free, 6th 400 free, 5th 800 free
Davis-Richardson, Mia: Girls 12: 8th 800 free, 9th 200 fly, 10th 400 IM
Hembree, Grace: Girls 12: 8th 100 breast, 8th 200 breast, 9th 400 IM
Selph, Caroline: Girls 12: 10th 50 fly
Fetcinko, Nicole: Girls 12: 5th 200 fly
Blase, Laurel: Girls 12: 10th 200 fly
Edwards, Jordan: Girls 13-14: 3rd 400 IM, 5th 200 breast, 6th 200 IM
Salmon, Courtney: Girls 13-14: 2nd 100 back, 6th 200 back
Brown, Sarah: Girls 13-14: 4th 200 back, 9th 100 breast, 10th 200 IM
Halusic, Gavin: Boys 10&U: 5th 50 free, 10th 100 back, 5th 50 fly, 6th 100 fly
Madden, Alexander: Boys 10&U: 8th 50 back, 7th 100 back, 9th 200 IM
Tilt, Patrick: Boys 11: 10th 50 free, 7th 400 free, 3rd 1500 free, 6th 50 back, 6th 200 back, 4th 50 fly, 4th 200 fly, 10th 200 IM, 6th 400 IM
Barton, Ben: Boys 11: 9th 100 free, 5th 200 back, 7th 200 breast, 7th 200 fly, 4th 400 IM
Sayer, Nathan: Boys 11: 10th 400 free
Findlay, Matthew: Boys 11: 3rd 50 back, 5th 100 back, 8th 200 back
Johnson, Harper: Boys 11: 8th 50 back, 9th 50 breast, 10th 100 breast, 6th 200 breast
Iglar, William: Boys 11: 9th 50 back, 6th 50 breast, 6th 100 breast, 4th 200 breast
Elmore, Elliot: Boys 11: 4th 100 back, 7th 200 back, 1st 50 breast, 1st 100 breast, 3rd 200 breast, 5th 50 fly, 10th 400 IM
Tanke, Parker: Boys 11: 10th 200 back, 2nd 50 fly, 5th 100 fly, 3rd 200 fly, 7th 400 IM
Johnson, Ford: Boys 12: 7th 400 free, 9th 1500 free
Davis, Grant: Boys 13-14: 4th 400 free, 8th 200 free, 3rd 200 fly
Snow, Connor: Boys 13-14: 9th 1500 free
Harris, Eldridge: Boys 13-14: 10th 50 free
Holland, Owen: Boys 13-14: 9th 100 back, 10th 200 back
Richardson, Noah: Boys 13-14: 7th 200 breast
Weddington, Lawson: Boys 13-14: 3rd 100 fly
Top 3 finishes relays:
3rd: Girls 12&U 200 Medley
2nd: Boys 14&U 200 Medley
2nd: Boys 14&U 400 Medley
**new team record 4:12.86
Chattahoochee Gold’s Gia Pergolini had a record-breaking performance in the IDM Berlin 2017 international Paralympic swim meet in Germany. Six-hundred athletes from 52 countries competed in the meet.
Representing Team USA, Gia broke the World Record in 200 Backstroke with a time of 2:31.73 (only to lose the record a short time later to teammate Aspen Shelton). In 50 Backstroke, Gia broke her own American Record twice, on her way to a Silver Medal with a best time of 31.58.
On the final day of competition, Gia came close to picking up a new American Record in 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:09.27.
Gia is now preparing for the upcoming World Championship Paralympic Trials in Colorado Springs.
Based in Woodstock, Chattahoochee Gold is one of the first teams in the nation to be awarded Level 4 status by USA Swimming
The Kevin Bacon Invite was held July 7-9 at the Cumming Aquatic Center. The meet was hosted by Chattahoochee Gold and we want to thank all the volunteers who made our meet a success! The meet either served for our swimmers as a last chance state qualifier, a pre-state tune-up, or an end-of-season meet. Gavin Halusic broke both the 8&under 200 IM record (3:09.82) and the 50 breast record (49.29). Congratulations!
Meet results are posted here:
Congratulations to our swimmers of the meet:
Silver: Quin Hodges
Silver Adv: Tyler McGinn
Gold: Danielle Schmuckal
Gold Adv: Trey Jackson
Sectional/ADV: Reese Warta, Owen Holland
Senior: Maddy Maynard
National: Amanda Cesario
Silver Adv: Aanya Khurana
Gold: Addison West
Sectional: Eliana Babayeuska
Sectional Adv: Sarah Jenacova
Senior: Zach Belecanech
Silver: Charles Meeks
Silver Adv: Tiffany Howell
Sectional: Astrid Medina
Sectional Adv: Laurel Blase
Senior: Maddy Rogers
National: Lily Byrne
Silver: Shaye McDonald
Gold: Mason Thomas
Gold Adv: Kelis Pean
Davis-Richardson, Mia: 11-12 200 Meter IM
Cesario, Amanda: 15&O 200 Meter IM, 15&O 800 Meter Free
Holland, Owen: 13-14 200 Meter IM, 13-14 50 Meter Free, 13-14 200 Meter Free, 13-14 100 Meter Back, 13-14 400 Meter IM, 13-14 200 Meter Back, 13-14 100 Meter Free
Arsenault, Evan: 15&O 50 Meter Free, 15&O 100 Meter Free, Girls 50 Meter Back
Deliyiannis, Mihalis: 15&O 50 Meter Free
Tom, Caroline: 11-12 800 Meter Free, 11-12 400 Meter Free
Geoghagan, Logan: 11-12 800 Meter Free
Cameron, Andrew: 15&O 800 Meter Free
MacKay, Jenna: 15&O 200 Meter Free
Dunn, Jordan: 50 Meter Fly, 15&O 200 Meter Breast, 15&O 100 Meter Breast
Hembree, Grace: 11-12 50 Meter Breast, 11-12 200 Meter Breast, 11-12 200 Meter Back
Csubak, Jaci: 50 Meter Breast, 15&O 200 Meter Breast
Duling, Hadden: 15&O 200 Meter Fly, 15&O 100 Meter Fly
Blase, Laurel: 11-12 400 Meter IM
Tilt, Elizabeth: 13-14 400 Meter IM
Johnson, Seth: 15&O 400 Meter IM, 15&O 200 Meter Back
Thomas, Mason: 9-10 200 Meter Free
Sayer, Nathan: 9-10 50 Meter Fly, 9-10 100 Meter Back, 9-10 50 Meter Back, 9-10 100 Meter Fly, 9-10 400 Meter Free
Halusic, Gavin: 8&U 50 Meter Back, 8&U 100 Meter Free, 8&U 50 Meter Breast
McCord, Michelle: 15&O 200 Meter Back
Richardson, Noah: 13-14 100 Meter Breast
Hunt, Mitchell: 13-14 100 Meter Fly, 13-14 400 Meter Free
Taner, Will: 50 Meter Back
Byrne, Lilly: 15&O 400 Meter Free
Breeze, Bear: 15&O 400 Meter Free
Johnson, Ford: 11-12 100 Meter Breast
Yarbrough, Delainey: 9-10 100 Meter Breast, 9-10 400 Meter Free
Borland, Katelyn: 8&U 50 Meter Free
What do Gold swimmers Emma Cole and Jackie Hill have in common with Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel, Simone Manuel, Kevin Cordes, and Lilly King (and the entire USA National Team, for that matter)? They all swam at the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, held June 27-July 1. Emma competed in the 100 free, 200 free, and 50 free. Jackie raced the 200 breast, 100 breast, and 50 breast.
The national championship meet also served as the selection event for the USA National Team competing at the 2017 FINA World Championships, which is why there were so many amazing swimmers at this meet (including Jackie and Emma!).
In preparation for swimming for the University of Kentucky this fall, Jackie was already swimming for Kentucky Aquatics, hence her royal blue swimsuit in the picture. Emma will be swimming for the University of North Carolina this fall. We’re proud of Emma and Jackie and look forward to their continued success!
It’s time to register and reserve your spot for the 2017-2018 season. Schedules and monthly fees can be found here: http://goldswim.com/swim-team/practice-schedule/. You should see the “Long Course” (summer), and the fall or “Short Course” schedules for each pool. If you have questions about which group your swimmer will be in for the fall, please contact your coach. Coaches’ e-mails are accessible here: http://goldswim.com/swim-team/staff/.
To register: https://www.teamunify.com/MemRegStart.jsp?team=gacsci. Registration is now open for returning swimmers at $240 for the Competitive Groups (Silver, Silver Adv., Gold, Gold Adv., High School, Sectional, Sectional Adv., Senior, National). After June 30, the registration fee goes to $250. The Pre-Competitive Groups (Intro, and Technique/Fitness) will pay $65 to register for the entire year.
As you go through the online registration, you will choose between Competitive Yearly Track, Competitive Monthly Track, or Pre-Competitive Groups. There is a description of each. You will be asked to read and sign a medical waiver, liability waiver, team agreement, and a financial agreement. The financial agreement applies to whichever of the three tracks you choose.
For the new season, we will no longer be accepting personal or online checks, or automatic draft. Everyone is required to have a Discover, MasterCard, or Visa number on file in your Team Unify account. Once you have completed the online registration and paid your registration fee, a receipt will be e-mailed to you.
Step by step registration instructions are as follows:
Please click on: https://www.teamunify.com/MemRegStart.jsp?team=gacsci
– You will be asked to log in using your email address as your username. If you have forgotten your password, please click the blue “Forgot password?” link.
– After reading the info on the first page, you will click the green “continue or check status” button at the bottom of the page.
– After logging in you will be able to update any account information that has changed and press “continue”. Please watch for the fields marked “SMS” & Carrier” – this allows us to text you in the event of last minute practice changes due to inclement weather or pool closures due to mechanical issues.
– Next, select the athlete you wish to register. It is helpful to update your swimmer’s shirt size, school, and grade. Please do not add any new siblings that may want to swim until after they have completed the evaluation process!
– Once you have selected a swimmer, you will need to update any information not already in the system.
– Under “Register to this group” you will choose their pool and either Pre-Competitive, Competitive Monthly, or Competitive Yearly Track. You will see a description of both. Competitive swimmers will need to decide between the Monthly or Yearly Track.
– Our Administrator will enter the practice group for each swimmer at a later date. Please communicate with your coach for input on this, if you have not done so already!
– You will then agree to each of our agreement waivers and submit.
– Enter payment details for registration and then you are all set for another great year of swimming!
We have reserved a block of rooms for both of the Sectional Meets in Greensboro, NC:
Senior Sectionals: March 9-12
Age Group Sectionals: March 16-19
The Comfort Suites Four Seasons
3308 Isler Court, Greensboro, NC 27407
*6 Mins from Aquatic Center
*Group Rate $129.99
*Listed under Chattahoochee Gold
Deadline for special rate:
Senior Sectionals: February 14
Age Group Sectionals: February 28
Here are the time standards Sectionals.
Age Group Sectionals: https://www.teamunify.com/szlsc/UserFiles/File/2016%202017%20ESSZ%20AG%20Sectional%20TSD.pdf
Please join us as we celebrate the holiday season with fellow swimmers and coaches.
The holiday party for the Gold Advanced, Gold, Silver, Silver Advanced, Technique & Fitness (ages 12 & under), Technique & Fitness League (ages 12 & under) and Intro to Gold Groups will be the Disney movie, Moana.
When: Saturday, December 10th, 4 – 6PM
Where: Aurora Cineplex, 5100 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA, 30076
Cost: $13 per person. This will be billed to your January 1st invoice. The fee includes the movie, popcorn and a drink.
To RSVP, please go to the link below. Deadline to RSVP is December 2. Parents and siblings are welcome to come as well, please note that on the RSVP form.
RSVP link: https://goo.gl/forms/yYFWDxi5HxyW8A232
If you have any questions please contact your coach or call the Gold office at 770-928-1506.
13 & Older:
The holiday party for the National, Senior, High School, Sectional, Sectional Advanced, Technique & Fitness (ages 13 & older) and the Technique &Fitness League (ages 13 & older) Groups, will be a private showing of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
When: Thursday, December 15th
Where: Aurora Cineplex, 5100 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA, 30076
Cost: $22 per person. This will be billed to your January 1st invoice. The fee includes the movie, Honey Baked Ham boxed sandwich and a drink.
To RSVP, please go to the link below. Deadline to RSVP is November 30. The movie is limited to the first 240 swimmers who sign up. Once the deadline has passed and if there are spots still available, registration will open up for a guest (family member).
RSVP link: https://goo.gl/forms/VrcPNqqKeC8liTWm2
If you have any questions please contact your coach or call the Gold office at 770-928-1506.
Please be aware: Parents are responsible for signing their swimmers up for meets by the posted deadline. There are NO refunds on any form of team wide expenses, (deposits, meet fees, team trips, team sponsored events, etc.) after the sign-up deadline.
GOLD TRAVEL TRIP 2016: HOTEL INFORMATION
WHEN: November 12-13, 2016
Rooms can be reserved for November 11 if you are swimming the Friday evening session.
WHERE: Greenville, SC
HOTEL: Holiday Inn Express, 1036 Woodruff Road, Greenville, SC 29607
PHONE NUMBER: 864-678-5555
GROUP NAME: Chattahoochee Gold Swim
COST: $174/night, not including taxes
Please call to reserve your room as soon as possible for our team travel trip to the Beach Bash Meet in Greenville, SC.
Five Chattahoochee Gold swimmers were selected for this Summer’s Georgia Zone Team that travelled to Cary, North Carolina to compete at the 2016 Southern Zone Championship Meet during the week of August 2nd – 6th.
A total of 13 LSC’s were competing and after a heartbreaking 1/2 a point loss in 2015, Georgia was looking to reclaim the top spot once again. After taking the lead on day 1 of the meet, Team Georgia continued to swim fast and after day 2 it was clear that it was a two team race between Georgia and a strong North Carolina team.
All of the Chattahoochee Gold swimmers earned points for Team Georgia:
Tommy Eaton (6 points) – 200 Fly (3rd) & 200 Medley (2nd)
Sophie Taylor (2 points) – 100 Fly (7th) & 200 Free Relay (1st)
Langston Weddington (10 points) – 200 Breast (7th), 100 Back (7th), 100 Breast (4th), 50 Free (8th), 200 Medley Relay (2nd) & 400 Medley Relay (2nd).
Lawson Weddington (25 points) – 100 Fly (2nd), 50 Free (6th), 50 Fly (1st), 100 Breast (3rd), 400 Medley Relay (2nd), 200 Medley Relay (1st) & 200 Free Relay (2nd)
Jordan Weems (5 points) – 800 Free (7th), 200 Back (8th), 200 Fly (7th) & 400 Medley Relay (1st).
New Team Records were also broken:
Lawson Weddington (12) – 50 Breast, 100 Breast, 100 Fly & 50 Fly
Langston Weddington (14) – 200 Breast & 100 Breast
After some hard fought competition throughout the 5 days of competition, it was North Carolina that took the top spot, followed by Team Georgia.