Pacific Coast All-Star meet slated for Saturday, LSC rosters set

The Pacific Coast All-Star meet brings together all-star teams of age groupers from various western regions to compete for LSC bragging rights. The 2014 edition will take place at Evergreen State College in Olympia Washington this Saturday and Sunday.

The meet pits All-Star rosters from Southern California, Pacific Northwest, Oregon and Pacific regions against one another. Each team is made up of 32 swimmers – 8 boys and 8 girls from both the 11-12 age bracket and the 13-14.

You can find results for the 2014 Pacific Coast All Star meet on Meet Mobile. Competition begins Saturday afternoon. Psych sheets have been released. You can check them out here.

The full rosters can be seen below:

Rosters

Southern California All-Stars

11-12 Girls – Sarah Dawson MVN

Kelli Annalyse Andrade – PST
Mila Schoenberg Fejzo – BRSC
Zephanie Alyin Koh – ROSE
Samantha May Pearson – NOVA
Ivy Ann Tran – MVN
Emily Trieu – RST
Brookelynn Grace Wesselhoff – CANY
Juliana May Witting – OCW

11-12 Boys – Jacqueline O’Hagan AZOT

Francisco Javier Cuevas-Gutierrez – DSS
Connor K Lee – SPS
Joshua Hyun Lee – CANY
Vincent Christopher Matos – SCAL
Jason Wen Schreiber – AZOT
Kevin Hau Lon Tu – NOVA
Aidan Z White – TRA
Nicolas Ray Williams – PVST

13-14 Girls – Kyle Shores CANY

Andrea Aguirre Felix – NOVA
Kathryn Anne Glavinovich – AZOT
Yvette Mi Hyun Kim – CCY
Kathryn Mary Krolikowski – AZOT
Eva Elizabeth Merrell – AZOT
Sophia Grace Morici – CANY
Alexandra Christine Skorus-Neely – CANY
Lauren Marie Vitort – NOVA

13-14 Boys – Ken Lamont NOVA – Head Coach

Ethan Scott Archer – NOVA
Jonathan Peter Bramm – GWSC
Tenny Yee-Yeung Chong – TCS
Min Zhi Chua – MVN
Hunter Reeves Hitchens – NOVA
George Paul Horvath – AZOT
Sean Alexander Messer – AZOT
Tanner Reece Olson –  CANY

Manager – Terry Merlihan

 

Pacific Northwest All-Stars

11-12 Girls

Isabella Battistoni
Eleanor Beers
Isabel Chien
Crystal Chong
Mandolin Nguyen
Rachel Nguyen
Tiana Varang
Emily Ward

11-12 Boys

Nolan Cleary
Ethan Dang
Nickolas Elizarov
Vladislav Elizarov
Timothy Gallagher
Kevin Houseman
Makai Ingalls
Phillip Wang

13-14 Girls

Alicia Campbell
Sophia Chien
Gabrielle Dang
Kelly Huffer
Chloe Limargo
Nicole Limberg
Jenifer Matsuda
Bindi Pedersen

13-14 Boys

Alexander Elizarov
Ivan Graham
Carter Hall
Mitchell Hovis
Brandon Leu
Garrett Waite
Alexander Wright
Brandon Yue

 

Oregon All-Stars

11-12 girls

Madeleine Bachand TDPS
Emma Brady BEND
Ariana Chin THSC
Kaitlyn Dobler TDPS
Megan Hager SHSC
Kate Laderoute OCST
Liza Lunina HEAT
Grace Marshall TDPS

11-12 Boys

Spencer Adrian TDPS
Caspar Corbeau THSC
Sam Donchi THSC
Anton Goswitz HEAT
Trent Martinez THSC
Nate McFaul THSC
Luke Thornbrue HEAT
Drew Turner  MHA

13-14 Girls

Jordan Ashmore TDPS
Kennedy Bright BEND
Emily Brockman BEND
Teresa Cobb BEND
Alayna Connor TDPS
Anna Despain BRSC
Marissa Kuch BRSC
Mara Newman LOSC

13-14 Boys

Andrew Chang CRST
Colby Evenson BRSC
Sam Harquail PAC
Tristan James WSC
Tim LY MAV
Jaume Martinez Calvo THSC
Myron Shen THSC
Josh Yadao THSC

 

Pacific All-Stars

11-12 Girls

Crystal Murphy (TOC)
Lauren McCormack (TOC)
Nicole Oliva (SCSC)
Claire Suen (PLS)
Audrey Lukawski (STAR)
Suri Yu (MSJA)
Miranda Heckman (PLS)
Megan Tao (PEAK)

11-12 Boys

Nicholas Burry (DACA)
Beck Jurasius (TERA)
Donovan Chan (ONDA)
Matthew Fetterman (TERA)
Marco Tejidor (EA)
Brandon Sun (FF)
Charles Adams (UD)
Brandon Hong (SUNN)

13-14 Girls

Jenny Ma (SUNN)
Vivian Wang (SUNN)
Charlotte Meier (CROW)
Makenna Turner (CROW)
Claire Lin (PASA)
Daria Cocol (SCSC)
Cathy Teng (SCSC)
Sophie Krivokapic-Zhou (SCSC)

13-14 Boys

Jordan Fetterman (TERA)
David Noyes (SUNN)
Brian Copley (SUNN)
Alex Liang (PASA)
Adam Bouraoui (SCSC)
Daniel Marella (DACA)
Nathaniel Cunnan (MP)
Christopher Jhong (PLS)

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Sophie

I have to say, I do not think SoCal is sending their best. They only based their team off the results of Winter Age Group Championships, and their are plenty of fast SoCal swimmers who did not go. On the 13-14 boys side I do not see Sean Lee, Benji Willmore, Matt Hales, Alexander Qu. Who are all some of the top 13-14 boy swimmers in SoCal and are faster than a lot of those boys. On the 13-14 girls side I don’t see Samantha Shelton, Jessica Epps, Nora Deleske, Victoria Navarro, Nikol Popov, I’m pretty all these girls I named have junior national cuts. So I have to say SoCal could be doing a lot better. I really don’t… Read more »

Whoareyou

Did you not get chosen?

If that was the selection policy and selection meet and teams didn’t attend, they made a choice to also not attend this meet…

Not sure what the issue is here.

SWAMMER1

Names that standout like Eva Merrell and Hunter Hitchens both phenomenally fast have set multiple SCS records last season should bring dominating strength to this SCS team. Ironic that both at 13 years of age have better times across the board than most on Sophie’s list. Both have also demonstrated strong versatility, solid times and performances this SC season
with Hitchens currently #2 in the nation for the 13-14 age group IMX Challenge behind Reese Whitley. SCS seems to have fueled another winning team in my opinion.

Sophie

I’m not saying all the selections are bad I’m just saying they could have had more options. Another girl that could have dominated for SoCal is Abby Richter she’s a 1:49 in the 200free, 54.9 in the 100back, 1:56.7 in the 200back, 2:03.2 in the 200IM and has many more impressive times. Jessica Epps went to the “long course version” of All stars at the North American Challenge Cup and absolutely dominated when she posted a 4:55 in the 400IM as a 13yr old, getting her US Open cut and the number one time in the country for 13yr old girls. Nora Deleske made finals at long course Juniors over the Summer! Samantha Shelton, a 13yr recently posted a 1:48… Read more »

Then this is a lesson for those coaches.

For swimming to expand, swim coaches need to get away from the idea that they can just ‘do whatever they want, go to whatever meet they want to, and swim fast whenever they feel like it.’ For true growth, coaches need to live a bit more ‘inside the box.’ Those swimmers and their coaches knew the selection parameters, and opted not to swim at the selection meet. It’s not as though it was a surprise to anyone where they were pulling swimmers from.

I don’t know the first thing about any of the kids you talked about here… but a girl who’s been 1:49 in the 200 Free is probably looking beyond an Age Group All-Star Meet. Not every coach/athlete puts as much stock in this meet as you clearly do… Some might have plans on something else. .. or maybe even- gasp!- the timing of meet conflicts with a family trip over winter break and it was out of the coach’s hands. I guess what I’m trying to say is- you seem to be putting a lot more stock into this meet than it probably merits. It’s a cool, fun age group meet… and you will always have the upper tier of… Read more »

Sophie

lol. Yeah you’re probably right, I’m putting way too much into this. And this is winter break and people should be enjoying themselves too, swimmers shouldn’t always be stuck at swim meets. XD

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Jared Anderson swam for nearly twenty years. Then, Jared Anderson stopped swimming and started writing about swimming. He's not sick of swimming yet. Swimming might be sick of him, though. Jared was a YMCA and high school swimmer in northern Minnesota, and spent his college years swimming breaststroke and occasionally pretending …

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