OSSC’s Winston Kuriger and Colin Reardon Make College Choices

Ohio State Swim Club seniors Winston Kuriger and Colin Reardon have recently committed to swim for Ohio State and Kenyon, respectively.

Winston Kuriger

Kuriger-Ohio StateWinston Kuriger recently committed to swim at The Ohio State University. Kuriger represented Olentangy High School at the Ohio High School State Championships. He finished ninth (45.82) in the 100 free and tenth (51.01) in the 100 back.

“I chose Ohio State because it was the best fit for me both academically and athletically. I am excited to continue my career for the next four years at The Ohio State University!”

Kuriger’s top times include:

50y free – 21.45
100y free – 45.82
200y free – 1:42.78
500y free – 4:44.80
100y back – 51.01
200y back – 1:53.92
100y fly – 51.52
200y fly – 1:56.27
200y IM – 1:54.24

“Winston is relatively new to year-round swimming, and is just beginning to realize his potential in this sport! We expect him to do big things at Ohio State in the future!” -Kyle Goodrich, head coach, Ohio State Swim Club

Colin Reardon

Reardon-KenyonColin Reardon will follow in his brother’s (Ian Reardon) footsteps and compete for the Kenyon College Lords next year.

“I chose Kenyon because of the amazing academics, friendly teachers and students, and the accomplished swimming program led by coaches that really want what’s best for their swimmers. Kenyon is truly my dream school and I am really looking forward to the next 4 years of hard work both in the pool and in the classroom. Go Lords and Ladies!”

Reardon, a senior at Upper Arlington High School, is a Winter Junior Nationals qualifier in the 200 IM and 400 IM. His top times include:

200y IM – 1:52.43
400y IM – 3:59.66
100y back – 51.00
200y back – 1:48.64
50y free – 21.84
100y free – 47.84
200y free – 1:45.13
100y fly – 51.00

“Colin comes from a very successful swimming family, and will quickly contribute to Kenyon’s phenomenal swimming history next year. Colin and two of his sisters are members of the OSSC, and we’re very proud of him and their entire family!” -Kyle Goodrich, head coach, Ohio State Swim Club


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Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swam in college. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton (where she was an all-Ivy tennis player) and an MBA from INSEAD, she worked for many years in the financial industry, both in France and the U.S. Anne is currently …

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