9/2/13- Lauren Perdue Speaks at Kinston Rotary Club Check out the article by Jessika Morgan, the Kinston.com Sports Writer: Perdue visited Rotary Club of Kinston Thursdayto share her journey to the 2012 Olympics in London. From a discouraging back injury that ended in surgery to the opening and closing ceremonies, Perdue told her story to nearly 100 people and received a Kinston proclamation in return... Read More
From left, Grace Fountain,13, Katie Frank,13, Olympic swimming gold medalist Lauren Purdue, Maggie Tyndall,12 and Wilson Archie,14, on Thursday at noon Rotary at Kings. The students attend Arendell Parrott Academy and are on swim teams.
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5/25/13- Olympian Inspires Youth
Olympic Gold Medalist and former GSC Swimmer Lauren Perdue spoke at South Greenville Elementary School to inspire the youth of her hometown. “Even though obstacles will come up in your life, you really just have to remember what your dreams are and work as hard as possible to get there.”
Check out the article by Abbie Bennett on The Daily Reflector website here: Olympian inspires youth
5/22/13- Locals Make National Splash
The Daily Reflector published a story byRonnie Woodward about the GSC Masters performance at the Masters National Championship.
Todd Torres and Joel Bullard, who after years of not swimming competitively are both excelling with the Greenville Swim Club masters program, competed at the U.S. Masters Spring National Championships in Indianapolis about a week ago. Read More.
4/29/13- Masters featured in the Sunday, April 28th edition of The Daily Reflector Click here to read the article: GSC masters take fourth in meet
2/20/13- WITN Pepsi Player of the Week: Dalton Shaw GSC Senior Group standout Dalton Shaw has been featured as this week's WITN Pepsi Player of the Week. Check it out here: Player of the Week: Dalton Shaw
2/4/13- Greenville Native Perdue Honored At Virginia: Check out this story from WITN about GSC's favorite Olympian, Lauren Perdue.
2/6/13- Coach Spencer featured The Washington Daily News featured Washington High School and GSC Washinton Silver group coach Spencer Pake in an article in today's paper. The article was written by WDN sports writer Brian Haynes. Click here to read: Pake's Pack Laughing All the Way to State
12/21/12- Picture Perfect GSC senior group standout and Washington High School Senior Emily Pfeiffer has been featured in an article titled "Picture Perfect" in today's Washington Daily News by sports writer Brian Haines.
12/7/12- Harris Featured in WDN Wasington Gator and WHS Pam Pack senior swimmer Luke Harris was featured in today's edition of the Washington Daily News in an article by Brian Haines. Check it out here: Harris setting a good example
11/28/12- Elena Williamson Featured in Daily Reflector:
GSC swimmer Elena Williamson was featured in an article in Monday's edition of the Daily Reflector. They were kind enough to allow us to post the article on our website. Elena's story was written by Kim Grizzard and the photos were by Aileen Devlin. Click on Elena's photo to read the complete and inspirational story.
6/6/12- WITN Features GSC's Emily Pfeiffer as Player of the Week
Emily Pfeiffer won the first swimming state title in Washington High School history by finishing the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:04.29. Less than one-hundredth of a second away from breaking the 3-A state record.
Pfeiffer Added two medals to her state title gold with a silver in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:05.29 and a bronze medal with teammates in the 200-yard freestyle relay.
Now Emily Pfeiffer can add WITN Player Of The Week to her growing resume.
5/12/12- Several of GSC's Masters swimmers participated in the Masters National Championship meet held in Greensboro, April 26-29. Coach Sarah Kehe had a great write up in the Daily Reflector. Click here to view the article: http://www.reflector.com/sports/local-masters-swimmers-shine-nationals-1056899
4/05/12- WITN Features GSC's Jon Schwartz as Player of the week
Jon Schwartz is a swimmer at the Oakwood School in Greenville but he will soon have to make a choice on where to attend college.
But his choices will likely have less to do with athletics, and more to do with academics as the straight A student is a national merit scholarship finalist considering Dartmouth, Brown and the honors program at the University of North Carolina.