Synchro Swimmers Advance at Age Group National Team Trials

BONN, Germany – Sixty of the country’s top young synchronized swimmers recently advanced after the first two phases of the Age Group National Team Trials in Coral Springs, Fla.
The swimmers vying for spots on the U.S. 13-15 and 12 & Under National Teams were scored on several different figures, skills and routines. The final phase and selections for both teams will take place April 10 following the U.S. National Championships (April 6-9) in Mesa, Ariz.
The 13-15 National Team will take part in the Comen Cup in Israel in July. The 12U National Team will compete at the Age Group Pan American Championships.
Advancing after Phase 2 of the U.S. 13-15 National Team Trials are:
Chesnie Cheung (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Kate Chow (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Emma Craig (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Makayla Crichton (Scottsdale Synchro), Yara Elian (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Nicole Goot (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Hannah Heffernan (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Hailee Heinrich (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Kaitlyn Hoang (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Paola Inestroza (Coral Springs Aquacades), Ava Jih-Schiff (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Sophia Kong (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Colleen Li (Santa Clara Aquamaids),Olivia Li (New Canaan Y Aquianas), Reverie Nedde (ANA Synchro), Aivan Nguyen (La Mirada Aquabelles), Audrey Nguyen (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Andrea Percic (MAC Synchro Club), Lucia Pirone (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Daniella Ramirez (Coral Springs Aquacades), Ruby Remati (ANA Synchro), Abbygayle Remmers (First Colony SynchroStars), Katie Reveno (MAC Synchro Club), Lindi Schroeder (Olympia YMCA Synchro Club), Aspen Smith (Arizona Desert Dolphins), Noelle Song (Sacramento Synchronized Swim Club), Chiara Steele (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Nikolett Szekely(Meraquas Of Irvine), Emmanuella Tchakmakjian (New Canaan Y Aquianas) and Celine Wang (Santa Clara Aquamaids).
Advancing after Phase 2 of the 12 & Under National Team Trials are:
Miko Begossi (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Ashley Chung (Olympia YMCA Synchro Club), Ivy Davis (Scottsdale Synchro), Emily Ding (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Melania Estrada (Coral Springs Aquacades), Megumi Field (Freedom Valley YMCA Synchro), Jazmine Floresca(Santa Clara Aquamaids), Elizaveta Galchenko (First Colony SynchroStars), Rachel Holmes(Santa Clara Aquamaids), Keana Hunter (Seattle Synchro), Cristina Joslin (Scottsdale Synchro), Claire Kim (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Deborah Lee (Meraquas Of Irvine), Natalie Lesinski (Town of Tonawanda Aquettes), Joanna Liu (Rocky Mountain Splash), Rhyan Luther (New Canaan Y Aquianas), Tiernan Lynch (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Ryan Maeng(Sacramento Synchronized Swim Club), Grace Melber (Town of Tonawanda Aquettes),Anya Melson (Minnesota Synchronettes), Riley Morgan (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Ashlyn Oh (La Mirada Aquabelles), Julia Paradis (Olympia YMCA Synchro Club), Luz Portilla(Arizona Desert Dolphins), Mia Rebensdorf (Sacramento Synchronized Swim Club), Greta Richardson (Rocky Mountain Splash), Andrea Roman (Coral Springs Aquacades), Maya Schwickert (Scottsdale Synchro), Taylor Sullivan (Swimkins Synchronized Swimming Association) and Ashlyn Wang (Arizona Desert Dolphins).

Swimming news courtesy of USA Synchro.

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