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Congrats to SCA’s own Maggie Stock on her verbal commitment to continue her academic and swimming careers at Miami University! You can check out Swimming World Magazine’s article about her commitment HERE. Atta girl, Mags!

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If you’re looking for a quick distraction, take a few minutes to check out the newly posted Summit City Aquatics TEAM RECORDS on the website. We had a whopping 48 different athletes claim a spot in these first-time rankings! You can find the page under the “Team Info” tab on the website. Records are sorted by age groups, but you can also take a look at the “Open” records which show the fastest times recorded by an SCA athlete of ANY age (shout out to the girls for their “sharing...

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Back on March 6th-8th, when everything seemed a little bit more normal, SCA had 112 athletes compete at the Northeast Indiana Divisional Championships at HPB. Although we didn’t know it at the time, our kids were actually capping off our historic first season as Summit City Aquatics, and we couldn’t have asked for a better performance out of everyone who competed! Not only did we have 52 athletes qualify for the 100% or All-But-One Lifetime Bests clubs, but we had a whopping 67 different athletes register individual event podium finishes...

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Last Sunday, SCA sent 75 of our athletes to the Fort Swim-Your-Own-Age Championships meet at Carroll High School. This meet is always a fun one, as it serves as the season-finale for many of our younger athletes, but it’s also a unique challenge with some of our athletes swimming as many as 6 or 7 times over a 2-hour span. SCA athletes proved once again to be up to the challenge, as we walked away not only with a ton of lifetime best swims and 14 different athletes claiming individual...

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Last weekend SCA sent 75 athletes to compete down at the world-famous IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI for the JAGS Zero Waste Invitational. “The Nat” is always an impressive atmosphere, especially for first-timers, but our athletes did an amazing job, and not only did we walk away with 10 different athletes combining to win 28 different events, but we also finished as the 2nd place overall team (trailing only the Mason Manta Rays from Ohio, the 4th-ranked team in the entire country). Please click HERE to access our...

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January 24-26th SCA had 151 athletes compete in our Polar Bear Plunge meet at HPB. For many of our athletes this was their first competition in well over a month, but we sure didn’t look rusty as we put on a dominating performance with 22 different athletes claiming individual event victories and SCA athletes taking home 12 of the 16 High Point trophies! Congratulations to all of our athletes on another great performance, and THANK YOU to everyone who helped make all 3 of our SCA-hosted short course meets such...

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Congratulations to Cameron Luarde on being named to USA Swimming’s 2019 18&Under World 100 List! USA Swimming’s “World 100” recognizes those athletes whose time(s) in any Long Course event ranked in the Top-100 in the world for all 18&Under athletes for the year. Cameron’s times in the 200 Breaststroke and 400 IM from last summer both ended up being ranked 69th in the world for 18&Under Boys. Even more impressively, his 200 Breast ranked 11th and his 400 IM 13th in the world for all 16&Under Boys! You can read...

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Congrats to SCA’s own Audrey Crowel on her verbal commitment to continue her academic and swimming careers at Purdue University! You can check out SwimSwam’s article about her commitment HERE. Way to go, AC!

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Over the first half of the season we were proud to have SCA athletes compete at several different national-level championship meets! Those athletes were Maggie Peters and Cali Prochaska at the U.S. Paralympics National Para Championships in Lewisville, Texas; Cameron Luarde and Zach Zishka at the East Speedo Winter Junior National Championships in Atlanta, Georgia; and Owen Lindsay, Hayden Lynam, Ripley Merritt, Logan Poswinski, Nathan Sackett, and Dylan Wong at the Mid-States All Star Championships in Indianapolis. Merely qualifying for any of these meets is a tremendous accomplishment in and...

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Last weekend, SCA sent 37 athletes down to Huntington for the WCO Mid-Winter Ice Breaker meet. This meet was a new addition to our schedule and ended up being a good opportunity for us to support another local club and a great chance for our athletes to dive back into competition as we wrapped up “winter training”. Our athletes did a great job of stepping up to race the competition in a facility we’d not competed at before, and nearly a third of our swimmers in attendance walked away with...