George Glover

After thoughtful consideration and valuable feedback from athletes and parents, we are pleased to announce that Coach Knight officially accepted the Board’s offer to be AESC’s Head Coach. Coach Knight possesses the qualities and experience that we looked for in a head coach and expressed a desire to lead AESC in a direction of continued excellence. Please see the attached press release for the details of Coach Knight’s experience. We are excited for the future and hope you will join us in congratulating him! Warmest Regards, AESC Board of Directors

Nicole Levendofsky

What an honor it is to be recognized with so many great clubs across the country! Congratulations to our athletes, coaches and parents!! Everyone played an important part in making this happen. Bronze in 2019, Silver in 2020...let’s go for GOLD in 2021!!! #GOAESC #TOP100CLUB #morethangogglesandasuit…/…/2020-club-excellence-results

Nicole Levendofsky

Congratulations to all the athletes who competed at the 2019 Speedo Sectionals this week! Many athletes achieved Personal Bests and new time standards, broke Oklahoma LSC records, and several qualified for national level championship meets! And for the icing on the cake, our athletes became the first team from Oklahoma Swimming to win a Section VIII Sectionals Championship!!! Overall, #TeamAESC beat out 31 teams from Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri and Arkansas for the combined team title. Our women placed 5th out of 45 women’s teams, and our men finished 3rd...

Nicole Flynn

USA Swimming voted to ban the use of tech suits by 12-and-younger swimmers on Saturday at the United States Aquatic Sports (USAS) Convention in Jacksonville, Florida. The board made one amendment to the decision, to allow the use of tech suits to 12-and-younger swimmers who have qualified for the USA Junior National Championships or the National Championships. The rule goes into effect on Sept. 1, 2020.