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This week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week, the Sandpipers of Nevada, have a long history of success in over five decades in the Las Vegas area.
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17-year-old Regan Smith was honored with the 2019 Phillips 66 Performance of the Year Award at the 2019 USAS Convention in St. Louis on Saturday.
Sullivan was previously planning to defer only one semester, joining USC in January 2019.
High school seniors Michael Brinegar and Erica Sullivan are among the 12 athletes who will represent the U.S. in Israel.
I spoke with Ron Aitken, Head Coach and CEO of Sandpipers of Nevada, a Gold Medal Club in USA Swimming’s Club Excellence Program. He is a former coach of 2016 Olympian, Cody Miller.
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Cody is preparing to race in his third Olympic Trials and is eager to represent his country in Brazil.
Club teammates Riley Molina and Adrianna Piccininni, who swim for Ron Aitken at Sandpipers of Nevada, have both committed to University of the Pacific next year.
Hailey Houck, who swims for Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas and Sandpipers of Nevada, has given her verbal commitment to the Cal Poly Mustangs for 2016-17.
Isabella Goldsmith of Sandpipers of Nevada has made a verbal commitment to UCLA for 2016-17.
Since 1968, the Clark County Sandpipers of Nevada has established itself as a premier youth sports program in the Las Vegas area and one of the top club swim teams in the United States.