Photo Vault: Images from the CCCAA California State Meet

Thirteen records went down in the 2014 CCCAA championship meet, held at East Los Angeles College from May 1-3. Diablo Valley College won the women’s meet, while Golden West College won the men’s crown. Here are some of our favorite images from the weekend:

This guy was busy handing out medals for three days. Golden West College head coach Mark Schubert. Photo: Anne Lepesant

This guy was busy handing out medals for three days. Golden West College head coach Mark Schubert. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Pasadena City College's sixth-place finish at 2014 CCCAA championships was the program's best-ever. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Pasadena City College’s sixth-place finish at 2014 CCCAA championships was the program’s best-ever. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Orange Coast's record-breaking 200 free relay. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Orange Coast’s record-breaking 200 free relay. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Santa Rosa Junior College men's and women's teams at the 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Santa Rosa Junior College men’s and women’s teams at the 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Jenner Johnson of American River College. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Jenner Johnson of American River College. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Golden West selfie - women's 400 free relay and Coach Schubert. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Golden West selfie – women’s 400 free relay and Swim Coach Mark Schubert. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Kelsey Leonard of Diablo Valley was a triple state champion in 2014. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Kelsey Leonard of Diablo Valley was a triple state champion in 2014. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Golden West Coach Mark Schubert and Lauren Vosseler after her victory in the 100 free. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Golden West Coach Mark Schubert and Lauren Vosseler after her victory in the 100 free. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Diablo Valley College women's team won the 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Diablo Valley College women’s team won the 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Double state champion Shannon Cheung of PCC with Coach Terry Stoddard. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Double state champion Shannon Cheung of PCC with Coach Terry Stoddard. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Brigitta Games broke the CCCAA state record for the women's 100 breast in prelims. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Brigitta Games broke the CCCAA state record for the women’s 100 breast in prelims. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Connie Peng of Pasadena City College at the 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Connie Peng of Pasadena City College at the 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Shannon Cheung, Pasadena City College's first female CCCAA state titlist. She won both the 200 IM and the 1650 free at the 2014 state championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Shannon Cheung, Pasadena City College’s first female CCCAA state titlist. She won both the 200 IM and the 1650 free at the 2014 state championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Golden West's 200 free relay. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Golden West’s 200 free relay. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Cheering on the women's 400 free relay at 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Cheering on the women’s 400 free relay at 2014 CCCAA championship meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Gabriel Hernandez was 2014 CCCAA state champion in the men's 200 fly. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Gabriel Hernandez was 2014 CCCAA state champion in the men’s 200 fly. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Jia Ng of Santa Monica broke both breaststroke records at 2014 CCCAA championships. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Jia Ng of Santa Monica broke both breaststroke records at 2014 CCCAA championships. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Diablo Valley's record-breaking medley relay team. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Diablo Valley’s record-breaking medley relay team. Photo: Anne Lepesant

 

Co-swimmers of the men's meet: Gabriel Hernandez and Davit Sikharulidze of Golden West. Photo: Anne Lepesant

Co-swimmers of the men’s meet: Gabriel Hernandez and Davit Sikharulidze of Golden West. Photo: Anne Lepesant

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About Anne Lepesant

Anne Lepesant

Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swim/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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