Swimmers of the Meet 10/25/2018
This week's swimmers were chosen for their grit, determination, motivational efforts, and over all winning spirit!
Charles Stewart- For taking first place and bringing his winning spirit to the team.
Felix Arias (not pictured as he had to leave early)- Swam up an age group and helped his relay drop over 20 seconds off their seed time!
Elise Pacetti - She anchored her 200 Free relay team!
Ava Stevens- On top of swimming her heart out, she cheered all of her teammates the entire meet.
Great job to ALL of the swimmers, you all did such an amazing job!
We couldn't be more proud of the swimming and sportsmanship we saw all the swimmers exhibit tonight. It truly is very difficult to pick the swimmer of the meet. Tonight's swimmers exhibited the ultimate sportsmanship as well compassion and kindness. They helped other swimmers and they cheered on their teammates. One swimmer broke an EASC record and another dropped 14 seconds on her birthday! Congratulations you 4!
Aaliyah Hooks- Exceptional sportsmanship
Aliyah Pichardo- Dropping 14 seconds on 50 Breaststroke
Carter Chavez- Exhibiting compassion and kindness to the younger swimmers
Timothy Abercrombie- breaking the EASC record for Boys 10&U 50 Fly
Also pictures is Nate Cisneros who was missed last week. .
Swimmers of the Meet 10/11/18
Thank you all for giving it your best tonight! We had an absolute great first meet. Every single swimmer did their best and us coaches could shout them all out. We thought very hard and chose 4 particular swimmers for Swimmer of the Meet tonight.
Mazerine Terrazas- She showed so much grit and determination! She had a great freestyle and backstroke with a beautiful streamline.
Jen Melgar- Jen gives her all in every practice and it showed tonight. She had an amazing breast stroke!
Max Jacobs- Max took on Butterfly tonight without a second thought. He didn't give up and he pushed through no matter how hard it was for him.
Justin Monarrez (NOT pictured as he left too quickly)- Justin was amazing in his relay and really helped his team crush it! His grit and determination is the embodiment of the Sea Demons,
A USA swimming club team for athletes ages 6-18, located in Blue Island, IL.