Red Bank Backstroker Shannon Judge Commits to George Mason

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Red Bank YMCA’s Shannon Judge has verbally committed to George Mason for fall 2021. She’s a senior at Colts Neck High School in New Jersey.

Super excited to announce my verbal commitment to swim at George Mason University. Thank you to my coaches, family, and friends who got me here!


  • 50 free – 24.37
  • 100 free – 53.84
  • 100 back – 58.51
  • 200 back – 2:05.78
  • 100 fly – 58.98

Judge’s older sister, Megan, is currently a sophomore at Virginia Tech.

Last season, Judge would’ve been ranked #4 on George Mason’s roster in the 200 back. She’s close to Atlantic-10 scoring speed in that event; it took a 2:02.15 to make it back in the B-final at last year’s meet.

The pair will be joining Korina Davis, Kylie Thompson, Anka Whelan, Hope Jayes, Sophie HayesHannah MorelliAli Tyler, and transfer Megan Mastropaolo in George Mason’s incoming class.

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About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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