Olivia Stevenson Commits to Wesleyan University Cardinals

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Olivia Stevenson, a current high school senior from Orefield, Pennsylvania, has committed to swim for Division III Wesleyan University. Stevenson will graduate from Parkland Senior High School in spring 2021 join the Cardinals’ class of 2025.

Stevenson, who is a Sectionals qualifier, placed 4th in the 200 freestyle (1:58.04) and 5th in the 500 freestyle (5:15.75) at the 2020 PIAA District XI AAA Championships earlier this year.

“I am excited to announce my commitment to Wesleyan University. I chose Wesleyan for the outstanding academics and the welcoming team atmosphere. I can’t wait to be a Cardinal!”

Top SCY Times

  • 200 freestyle – 1:58.04
  • 500 freestyle – 5:11.96
  • 1650 freestyle – 17:52.66

At the 2020 NESCAC Championships with the Cardinals, Stevenson would have placed 10th in the 1650 freestyle with her current best time of 17:52.66.

At this meet, Wesleyan placed 8th as a team under head coach Peter Solomon and was given CSCAA Scholar All-American team status.

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