Hey everyone! Just a reminder please let us know by the end of the day today whether or not you will be able to attend the Connecticut meet July 11-12. Please email us EITHER way to CONFIRM or let us know if you are unable to attend. THANKS!

July Meet

Hi! We were unable to get into a MA meet in July, but are looking at a meet in Connecticut the weekend of July 11-12. All age groups would swim Saturday and Sunday mornings. It is about 2 hours 15 minutes from Scranton. Please email bluedolphinaquatics@gmail.com to confirm that you will be able to attend this meet, or if for any reason you are unable to attend. Please contact us ASAP, by Monday night at the latest, as we want to try to get these entries in so that we can possibly get into the meet. Thanks!

Summer Meets

Hey Everyone! We had to try to put in entries for the summer really early this year, and we were able to get into 2 meets in June. The first one is Bucknell Trials/Finals meet June 11-14, and the second is at Penn State (an outdoor pool) June 26-28. Below are the entries for these meets. Please let us know if there are any days you will be unable to attend, or if you have any questions/concerns, or see any mistakes. Thanks!



Mia Nonnenberg named Alabama’s Most Valuable

Swimming and Diving Recognizes Outstanding 2014-15 at Year-End Banquet
The Crimson Tide came away with an individual NCAA Championship and three NCAA Runner-up Finishes in 2015



April 17, 2015

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Crimson Tide swimming and diving teams celebrated another outstanding season with its year-end awards banquet Friday evening.

In his third year as Alabama’s head coachDennis Pursley and his staff handed out a number of awards following one of the Crimson Tide’s best seasons in more than a decade. The two teams combined to break 21 school records out of a possible 44.

The following individual award were handed out during Friday’s festivities:

Most Outstanding Swimmers – seniorKaylin Burchell and sophomore Kristian Gkolomeev Most Outstanding Divers – sophomoreBrent Sagert and freshman Kara Fredlock. Most Valuable – sophomore Connor Oslin and freshman Mia Nonnenberrg Best Competitors – juniors Brett Walshand Emma Saunders Most Dedicated – freshmen Luke Kaliszak and Paige Matherson Leadership Awards – senior Clark Garner and sophomore Emily Zapinski Coaches Awards – senior Emily Facchine and sophomore Robert Ramoska The 2014-15 season marked another large step forward for the Crimson Tide program on the national stage. Alabama’s men took 10th nationally in 2015, marking the Tide’s first top-10 national finish since 1994. The women’s team was 29th at the NCAA Championships, Alabama’s best finish since 2005.

Individually, Gkolomeev won his second individual NCAA title in as many years when he took top honors in the 100 freestyle. He was also the first male UA swimmer to be named the SEC Championships Swimmer of the Meet and the first since 1982 to be named SEC Swimmer of the Year.

Burchell’s NCAA Runner-up finish in the 100 breaststroke was the Tide’s highest individual finish at the national championships since 2005. She was also the first female UA swimmer to be named the SEC Championships Swimmer of the Meet after winning both the 100 and 200 breaststrokes.

A total of seven men and women combined for 23 All-America honors in 2015 while the Tide won seven SEC championships in 2015, including two relay titles. The Tide men also broke the SEC 400 medley relay record. The last time Alabama won a relay at the SEC Championships was 1994. Alabama’s men broke Auburn’s 12-year win streak in the SEC 200 freestyle relay in 2015.

Alabama’s swimmers and divers continue to get it done in the classroom as well with the women posting their third consecutive top-5 ranking by team grade point average while the men were ranked in the top 25 for the second year in a row.

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