FHSAA 1A State Champion Emily Trieschmann Verbals to Northwestern

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Emily Trieschmann of Saint Andrew’s Aquatics in Florida has verbally committed to Northwestern’s class of 2025. She’s a rising senior at Saint Andrew’s School in Boca Raton.


  • 50 free – 23.91
  • 100 free – 51.66
  • 200 free – 1:47.84
  • 500 free – 4:48.07
  • 1650 free – 16:35.34
  • 200 IM – 2:02.16
  • 400 IM – 4:21.37

At the 2019 FHSAA 1A State Championships, Trieschmann took the state title in the 200 free with her lifetime best of 1:47.84. She was also second in the 500 free (4:48.57) and was part of Saint Andrew’s free relays which both took second at the meet.

Trieschmann is a strong mid-distance freestyle addition to the Wildcats. The NU women had one of their best seasons in history last season, and Trieschmann would’ve ranked second in the mile, third in the 200 free and fifth in the 500 free on their top times list. NU is graduating their top 200 freestyler in Krystal Lara, and their top miler, Ilektra Lebl, will graduate after next season.

At the 2020 B1G Champs, Trieschmann would’ve scored in 14th place in the mile, and she would’ve just missed the 500 free C-final.

Trieschmann will still have two years of overlap with rising sophomore distance specialist Yulia Groysman and rising sophomore mid-distance specialist Ally Larson. Northwestern has a strong distance swimmer coming this fall in Lola Mull, who has been 4:43/16:12 in the 500/1650 free in high school.

Trieschmann joins #5 Ashley Strouse (49.2/1:45.4/4:41/16:01 freestyler), Kenisha Gupta, and Justine Murdock in NU’s class of 2025.

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Gg man
2 years ago

When will we find out if Kipp is the coach of USC?

Gg man
2 years ago

When will we know if Kipp has left?

Moby Winer
2 years ago

Kip is a vampire. Sucks it right out of you.

2 years ago

Rumor has it that Kevin Houseman and federico Burdisso are entering the transfer portal 👀👀

Reply to  Bruh
2 years ago

They may not be the only ones…..

Reply to  Raiders
2 years ago

Man y’all underestimate the love for the school and their teammates that these swimmers have. No one’s going anywhere. Also, congrats Emily!

Reply to  Dijon
2 years ago

Seriously – that team is a FAMILY. Proof being the way that they performed this past season and clearly enjoyed being in one another’s presence. Congrats to Emily as well!

swim mom
2 years ago

Has Kipp announced his move to USC? is this 100% certain?

Reply to  swim mom
2 years ago

Here are the facts as we know them:

– Multiple, dependable, but second-hand, sources have told us that Kipp has taken the USC job.
– Kipp has not responded to our request
– The USC athletics department says it’s not true.
– Athletics departments almost always lie about these kind of things until they publish their formal press release.
– Based on comments here, it seems as though the Northwestern swimmers have not been told of any such news.

So, we’re still working on confirming the news. There’s enough of a degree of uncertainty there for us to have not reported it, but seems every other college coach in the country believes that he has accepted the position.

Reply to  Braden Keith
2 years ago

I can tell you for a fact that Jeremy Kipp has not taken the coaching job at USC. USC’s athletic department is not lying about this one. Y’all should check your sources before we go spreading “rumors” that are potentially harmful to student-athletes that already have A LOT going on right now. That’s unfair to them. They shouldn’t have to worry about a SwimSwam comment section during a time like this.

But I’m sure at the same time it’s a little bit flattering. Just shows how people will spread any kind of rumor when a team finally reaches a point where they’re good enough to warrant such things. IMO Kipp isn’t going anywhere for a very long time and neither… Read more »

Josh Zuchowski
2 years ago

Congrats Emily!

2 years ago

Even with Kipp going to USC?

Reply to  APillado
2 years ago

These posts are typically a few days/weeks behind from when folks actually announce their commitment. This does bring up an interesting dilemma given Kipp’s departure to USC, but let’s congratulate her on her decision and see where she ends up. Coach Kipp has brought in a couple strong classes with high profile commits, so it’ll be interesting to see if his departure opens their recruitment back up, if they follow Coach to USC, or if another program swoops in they were previously considering.

NU Fan
Reply to  Geno
2 years ago

How do you know Kipp is going to USC?

Reply to  Geno
2 years ago

When was it announced that Kipp was moving to USC? I was under the impression that the spot hasn’t been filled yet and he was not filling it. How can you be so sure that he’s moved when he’s building a very competitive group at NU?

Reply to  Geno
2 years ago

where did you hear kipp is planning on leaving NU??

Reply to  APillado
2 years ago

What proof is there that Kipp is leaving?

Reply to  APillado
2 years ago

What is the proof of this?

anti rumors
Reply to  APillado
2 years ago

since when is kipp going to USC?

Reply to  APillado
2 years ago

Link to article please?

Reply to  APillado
2 years ago

Where’s the news on that?

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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