Virginia Tech Gets Verbal from GA Breaststroker Erin Scott

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Georgia 6A state champion (2014) in the 100 breast, Erin Scott of Brookwood High School and SwimAtlanta, has made a verbal commitment to Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, aka Virginia Tech.

“I chose Virginia Tech because I fell in love with the school the minute I stepped on campus. The coaches and swimmers are so connected and committed to each other, and I know that I will be able to fit right in. I cannot wait to spend the next 4 years swimming fast and studying at a place that I will be able to call home! Go Hok”

Scott holds the Brookwood record in the 100 breast, having won the 2014 GHSA 6A (Large Schools) State Swimming & Diving Meet as a sophomore with 1:04.17. She was runner-up and county champion in the 100 breast as a junior, and she earned all-county honors from the Daily Post each of her three high school seasons. Her top times are:

50 breast 29.93 35.03
100 breast 1:03.95 1:14.70
200 breast 2:20.07 2:45.34
100 IM 59.87
200 IM 2:07.53 2:30.05
50 free 24.70 28.26

Scott would have been only a half-second off getting a second swim in the breaststroke events at 2015 ACC Championships, where it took 1:03.5 in the 100 and 2:19.2 in the 200 to make the C finals. The bulk of the H2Okies’ scorers in those events were juniors last year, so Scott will come in at just the right time for the changing of the guards.

Other commits to the Virginia Tech class of 2020 are:

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bill bays

congratulations Erin! one proud pop pop


Congratulations, Erin!

Didn’t Reka Gyorgy from Hungary also commit to Virginia Tech?

Jeannie Bays

I couldn’t be prouder of my Granddaughter Erin!!

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