Nitro Swimming Presents 10 Seniors Committing to D1 Programs

by SwimSwam 2

November 15th, 2016 College Recruiting, Press Releases

PRESS RELEASE 11/11/2016

NITRO SWIMMING ANNOUNCES 10 FALL SIGNEES

Nitro Swimming, a 2013/2015/2016 USA Swimming Gold Medal Team, is proud to announce ten Division-I signees that will be moving into the collegiate ranks next fall.

Continuing its ten year November tradition, Nitro Swimming held a signing ceremony for its senior signees this week as family members and teammates watched on. Each swimmer gave a speech announcing their decision, thanked those most important to them, and then sang their new school’s fight song!

One of the strongest senior classes in the nation, they have represented Nitro Swimming at TAGS, Futures, Winter Juniors, Junior Nationals, USA Nationals, and the Olympic Trials. There are also 18 and under International stars from Junior World Championship, Junior Pan Pacs, World Cup, and Open Water events.

Over the last three years, Nitro Swimming has sent 32 swimmers into the collegiate ranks (28 to Division-I, 3 to Division-II, and 1 to Division-III).

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Photo courtesy of Elliott McGill

Matt Connealy– University of Missouri- Matt attends and also swims for Lake Travis High School. Matt is a Junior National Qualifier and a Scholastic All-American. He has been an integral part of Nitro relays at Junior Nationals.

  • 50 free – 20.89
  • 100 free – 44.72
  • 200 free – 1:39.33
  • 100 back – 50.79
  • 100 fly – 49.63

Ryan Geheb– University of Missouri- Ryan attends and also swims for Lake Travis High School. Ryan is a Winter Junior Finalist, Junior National Qualifier, and a Scholastic All-American.

  • 100 breast – 55.52
  • 200 breast – 2:00.75
  • 200 IM – 1:50.33

Sean Grieshop– University of Cal-Berkeley- Sean attends St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School. Sean is an Olympic Trials Finalist and Junior World Record Holder in the 400 IM. He placed 5th in that event at USA Olympic Trials, earning a spot on the USA National Team. Sean, who is also a Scholastic All-American, has also been on the USA Junior National Team.

  • 1650/1500 free – 14:45.40/15:18.88
  • 500/400 free – 4:15.53/3:52.60
  • 400 IM – 3:44.30/4:14.00
  • 200 IM – 1:46.58/2:01.01
  • 200 free – 1:36.52/1:50.40
  • 200 breast – 1:58.85/2:19.66

Giovanni Gustavo Lozano– University of Missouri- Originally from Peru, Giovanni has swam with Nitro since 2015. Giovanni has represented Peru Internationally in the 2016 USA Open Water National Championships, the 2016 Junior Worlds Open Water Championships, and the 2016 South American Swimming Championships. Giovanni, will enroll this January at Missouri.

  • 1650/1500 Free – 15:33.17/15:48.07
  • 500/400 free – 4:38.52/4:02.70
  • 200 free – 1:46.26/1:56.69
  • 200 fly – 1:50.11/2:04.08
  • 400 IM – 4:07.17/4:37.52

Sutton Marvin– University of Nebraska- Sutton attends McNeil High School where she is also a Team Captain. Sutton is a Futures Meet Qualifier, Sectional Finalist, and integral member of Nitro Relays at Junior Nationals.

  • 100 free – 53.17
  • 200 free – 1:52.30
  • 500 free – 4:59.77
  • 200 back – 2:07.10
  • 200 fly – 2:07.09

Tanja Milanovic– University of Wyoming- Tanja attends Leander High School where she is a Team Captain and 5A Texas State Qualifier and Finalist. Tanja is a Futures Meet Qualifier.

  • 500 Free – 5:08.71
  • 200 Free – 153.51
  • 100 Free – 54.41
  • 200 Breast – 2:28.75
  • 100 Fly – 1:00.20
  • 200 IM – 2:07.86
  • 400 IM– 4:30.30

Liam Tan– Columbia University- Liam attends Westwood High School. Liam is a Winter Junior National Qualifier, Scholastic All-American, and 6A State Qualifier and finalist.

  • 200 Fly – 1:50.45
  • 100 Fly – 50.80
  • 100 Breast – 1:00.03
  • 200 Breast – 2:07.55
  • 200 IM – 1:52.37
  • 400 IM– 4:00.03

Mary Traylor– Gardner-Webb University- Mary attends Round Rock High School. Mary is a Futures Meet and Sectionals Qualifier and Finalist.

  • 200 Fly – 2:03.56
  • 100 Fly – 57.22
  • 200 Back – 2:03.23
  • 200 IM – 2:07.81
  • 400 IM– 4:28.44

Corban Rawls– Harvard University- Corban attends Harmony Science Academy in North Austin. Corban is a Junior National Qualifier and a Winter Junior National Finalist. Corban is a Scholastic All-American.

  • 50 free – 21.22
  • 100 free – 44.15
  • 200 free – 1:37.02
  • 200 IM – 1:50.13
  • 100 breast – 57.45

Christopher Yeager– University of Texas- Chris is an Olympic Trials Qualifier, having competed in 3 events this past summer. He is also a Junior National Qualifier and has placed in the top 3 in multiple events. He is a Scholastic All-American and has been a member of the Junior National team and has represented Team USA at the 2015 Junior World Championships and at FINA World Cup events.

  • 1650/1500 Free – 14:55.04/15:17.99
  • 1000/800 Free – 8:58.77/8:05.93
  • 500/400 Free – 4:24.39/3:54.14
  • 200 Free – 1:41.76/:54.01
  • 400 IM– 3:57.28/4:30.68

 

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Tamie W Nelson

Congratulations

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Very impressive for one club team!

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