2016 NCSA Spring Junior National Champs: Meet Wrap-Up


  • March 15th-19th, 2016
  • Short Course Yards Prelims/Long Course Meters Finals
  • Prelims 8:30 AM Eastern Time/Finals 6:00PM Eastern Time (Except Tuesday, where they’re 4:00PM)
  • Orlando YMCA // Orlando, Florida
  • Live Stream
  • Psych Sheets
  • Championship Central
  • Live Results via MeetMobile: “2016 NCSA Spring Championship”

The 2016 NCSA Spring Junior National Championships concluded last night, with some impressive performances from some up and coming talent in the United States. On the women’s side, Nation’s Capital ran away with the team title, scoring almost double the amount of points as runner-up Ozaukee Aquatics. Nation’s Capital put up 1233 points, led by Kylie Jordan who put up 113 points on her own. Jordan won the 100 fly and picked up three more individual top-8 finishes in the 50 fly, 200 fly, and 200 IM. Also scoring big for Nation’s Capital was Eireni Moshos (95 pts) and Jasmine Hellmer (81 pts). Ozaukee Aquatics was well back with 645 points, and the Academy Bullets were 3rd with 616.

Women’s Team Standings

  1. Nation’s Capital                    1233
  2. Ozaukee Aquatics                   645
  3. Academy Bullets                     616
  4. Long Island Aquatic Club     575
  5. Magnolia Aquatic Club         534

On the men’s side it was Nova of Virginia who took out Nation’s Capital by just 29 points for the title. Nova of Virginia put up 1221.5 and Nation’s Capital had 1192.5, while 3rd went to the Dayton Raiders who were well back with 652 points. Nova of Virginia were led by Frederick Schubert (255 pts) and Aaron Schultz (233 pts) who were the top-2 individual point scorers on the mens side. Both men competed in a plethora of events, with Schubert placing top-8 individually in ten different events, including a win in the 800 freestyle. Schultz also had ten individual top-8 finishes, with his top swims coming in the 1000 yard free and 800m free, placing 3rd in both.

Men’s Team Standings

  1. Nova of Virginia            1221.50
  2. Nation’s Capital             1192.50
  3. Dayton Raiders               652
  4. Machine Aquatics           620
  5. Cincinnati Marlins          337

In the combined team race Nation’s Capital ran away with it to no surprise, amassing 2425.50 points, with Nova ov Virginia in 2nd with 1370.50 and Machine Aquatics in for 3rd with 876.50. See full women’s, men’s and combined team standings here.

In the race for women’s high point award it was Katherine Drabot of Ozaukee Aquatics who ran away with the title, totalling 205 points, 55 clear of 2nd place. Drabot picked up individual wins in the 100 free, 200 free and 50 fly, and had three more individual top-8 finishes. Margaret Aroesty of Long Island Aquatics put up 150 points for 2nd, and Halladay Kinsey was 3rd with 121 points.

Women Individual High Point Scores

  1. Katherine Drabot, Ozaukee Aquatics              205
  2. Margaret Aroesty, Long Island Aquatics        150
  3. Halladay Kinsey, Un-Dart                                 121
  4. Kristen Romano, Long Island Aquatics         120
  5. Genevieve Pfeifer, Csp Tideriders                   118.5

As previously mentioned, on the men’s side it was the duo of Frederick Schubert and Aaron Schultz from Nova of Virginia who dominated with 255 and 233 points respectively. The 3rd highest total went to Dean Farris of Metro Atlantic Aquatics who put up 189 points.

Men Individual High Point Scores

  1. Frederick Schubert, Nova of Virginia                    255
  2. Aaron Schultz, Nova of Virginia                             233
  3. Dean Farris, Metro Atlantic Aquatics                   189
  4. Samuel Pomajevich, Nation’s Capital                   179
  5. Thomas Cope, Dayton Raiders                               170

Check out the full top-10 high point scoring for women and men here.



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About James Sutherland

James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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