MOR to Host Atlantic Invite with 4 US Jr. Team Swimmers

Cary, NC:  The Marlins Of Raleigh Swim Team will host the 2015 Atlantic Invite sponsored by Speedo Nov. 13-15 at the Pullen Aquatic Center.  3 US National Jr. Team members and one NCSA national Jr team member will be competing in the meet which runs from 5-8pm Friday, 9-2pm Sat and Sun.  Teams from DC Machine Aquatics, YMCA National Champions Y Spartaquatics, along with Ncac, Carolina Aquatic Team and MOR will compete.  US National Jr Team members Ashley McCauley and Madison Homivich from MOR along with Savanna Faulconer from Spartanburg and NCSA Jr. team member James Murphy from Machine will compete.

Additionally, 28 swimmers in the meet signed their National Letters of Intent to swim in college this week including:

MOR:

Sarah Giamber-U. of Pittsburgh

Haley Allen-Missouri State

Emily Dykstra-Georgia Tech

Brooke Rubendall-NC State

Jacqui Schoening-Towson University

Chloe Mikles-Cornell University

Caroline Knowles-UNC-Wimington

Will Countie-U. of South Carolina

Collier Cobb-U. of North Carolina

Ryan Worley-South Dakota State University

Tyler Silver-University of Florida

Chris Raymond-Gardner Webb University

Greg Lombana-Fordham University

Connor Blandford-U. of Kentucky

Stephanie Grandin-U. of Wyoming

Machine Aquatics

James Murphy-Stanford

Suzanne Dolan-Duke University

Hannah Baker-Liberty University

Chloe Hicks-Virgina Tech University

JC Bennett-U. of South Carolina

Y-Spartaquatics

Savanna Faulconer-U. of Florida

Ali Galyer-U. of Kentucky

Jessica Horromanski-NC State

NCAC

Josh Conger- St. Cloud State
Will Macmillan- Stanford
Katie Godlewski- St. Bonaventure
Alex Bird- Washington University in St. Louis
Mia Morrell- Emory

Swimming news courtesy of Marlins of Raleigh.

Leave a Reply

About Lauren Neidigh

Lauren Neidigh

Lauren Neidigh is a former NCAA swimmer at the University of Arizona and the University of Florida. While her college swimming career left a bit to be desired, her Snapchat chin selfies and hot takes on Twitter do not disappoint. She is now coaching for Loggerhead Aquatics in her hometown …

Read More »

Want to take your swimfandom to the next level?

Subscribe to SwimSwam Magazine!