Aaron Schwartz has been swimming since age 10 at CCAT Club Team. Although he’s dabbled with many events, he prides himself as being a sprint breastroker and freestyler. He has always been interested in technology, and wants to attend the Goizueta Business School At Emory University. At Emory, Aaron participates in Special Olympics as a coach and Relay For Life.
As a Freshman, Schwartz helped lead the Eagles to a 4-3 record for the season. At the Emory Invite, Schwartz improved on all three events he swam: 50 free (21.32), 100 free (46.59), and 100 breast (57.14). Aaron achieved a “B” cut in the 100 breast for DIII NCAA Nationals.
Schwartz’s sophomore year yielded much more success than the previous season. At the Miami Invite Schwartz placed 5th in the 100 breast (56.88) and 13th in the 100 free (46.55). Schwartz was also a part of the 200 (1:21.46) and 400 freestyle relay (2:59.18) team that both won at the Invite. The 400 free relay time was also an Emory school record. At UAA Championships, Schwartz placed 11th in the 100 breast (57.17) and was part of the 200 free relay (1:21.90) that captured second place. Schwartz was taken to NCAA Championships to swim on relays and the 100 Breast. Schwartz was a member of the 200 freestyle relay (1:19.83) that won the National title and broke the school record.