2015 U.S. Speedo Juniors – SwimMAC, Nitro, Palo Alto Earn Team Titles

2015 U.S. Speedo Junior Nationals

  • Thursday, July 30th – Monday, August 3rd
  • Northside Aquatics Center – San Antonio, Texas
  • Prelims 9AM/Finals 6PM (Central Daylight Time)
  • Full coverage
  • Results
  • Final recap

There were a few surprises on the final day of competition at the U.S. Speedo Junior National Championships, but for the most part, expectations held and Ella Eastin and Michael Andrew won their respective high point categories.

Women’s High Point   Men’s High Point  
EASTIN Ella 91 ANDREW Michael 97
RUCK Taylor 70 ROONEY Maxime 90
TUCKER Miranda 56 GRIESHOP Sean 53
MCTAGGART Caroline 55 JONES Parks 51
FIELD Joy 50 APEL Aaron 49
WALSH Alex 49 BUESE Cole 47.5
KONOPKA Katrina 48 ANDREW Mark 44
WILLIAMS Kahra 47 JUREK Mark 40
RULE Remedy 44 CRAIG Cameron 40
PISH Melissa 43 ABBOTT Taylor 39


In the team title competition, SwimMAC Carolina left no question as to who was the strongest team on the women’s side, especially with two relays scoring double points in the 4×100 medley. A relay DQ kept Santa Clara from challenging rival Palo Alto Stanford, but their 88 points were enough to keep them in the top ten. The Waves of Bloomington were unable to add any points to their four-day total and thus fell from second to fifth overall.

Nitro took over the lead after the men’s distance freestyle and never gave it back. Sarasota Y men were able to keep Palo Alto Stanford at bay to secure a second-place team finish. SwimAtlanta and King Aquatic Club ended the meet with strong Day Five performances, cementing their spots in the top ten.

Women’ Teams   Men’s Teams  
SwimMAC Carolina 227 Nitro Swimming 208
Scottsdale Aquatic Club 156 Sarasota YMCA Sharks 169
Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics 146 Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics 160
Gator Swim Club 132 SwimAtlanta 153
Waves Bloomington/Normal Y ST 130 North Baltimore Aquatic Club 146.5
Nashville Aquatic Club 127 Bolles School Sharks 138
Socal Aquatics Association 112 Upper Dublin Aquatic Club 117.5
Bolles School Sharks 95 Indie Swimming 97
Santa Clara Swim Club 88 Pleasanton Seahawks 90
Irvine Novaquatics 80 King Aquatic Club 88.5


Nitro’s strong finish in the men’s race moved them up in the combined team standings, but it wasn’t enough to compete with Palo Alto Stanford, whose women’ and men’s teams combined for 306 points.

Combined Teams  
Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics 306
Nitro Swimming 278
SwimMAC Carolina 241
Bolles School Sharks 233
SwimAtlanta 214
Scottsdale Aquatic Club 205
Sarasota YMCA Sharks 192
North Baltimore Aquatic Club 183.5
Walnut Creek Aquabears 142
Gator Swim Club 141


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My math stinks but isn’t 5th 200 fly; 9th 200 back; 6th 400 free; tied 7th 200 free 47.5 points?


Way to go PASA!!! The Proud Parents of PASA are beaming with pride tonight. And a big congratulations to SWIMMAC, Nitro, and all the great swimmers who competed this past week. Looking forward to a great 2016 for USA Swimming.



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