Winter Juniors Qualifier Aditya Jangid Verbally Commits to Cal Poly

Santa Clara Swim Club’s Aditya Jangid verbally committed to swim for California Polytechnic State University. Jangid is a USA Swimming Scholastic All American and qualified for USA Swimming’s Winter Junior Nationals this summer in the 200 fly. He attends Adrian Wilcox High School in Santa Clara.

“I chose Cal Poly simply because it was the perfect fit. Surrounded by the beautiful landscape, San Luis Obispo is a welcoming city that has all the opportunities available for me. Cal Poly encompasses a community of students that strive for excellence. I admire Coach Milich’s program because the swimmers are so well rounded in the pool and in school. The team is an outstanding group of individuals who pursue high academic and athletic standards. I am very excited to be part of such an exceptional team!”

Jangid represented Wilcox at the CIF-Central Coast Section Championships in May, placing 15th in the 100 fly (51.32) and 15th in the 100 back (53.87). He was the butterfly leg (23.44) on the Wilcox 200 medley relay, and the anchor for the 400 free relay (48.29).

Swimming with Santa Clara Swim Club this summer, Jangid competed in the 100 free and 100/200 fly at Stanford Futures; he placed 14th in the 200 fly. He had an outstanding 2015-16 swim year, improving in every single event in both SCY and LCM. His best SCY times are:

  • 200 fly – 1:52.26
  • 100 fly – 50.80
  • 50 fly – 23.93
  • 100 back – 53.70
  • 100 free – 49.15
  • 200 free – 1:46.33

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