News

Dave McCrary

Eric Ji, a member of our Elite Group, has made his verbal commitment to Johns Hopkins University. Eric is a Senior at MICDS. Johns Hopkins is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. Eric will join the Blue Jays in the Fall. John Hopkins competes in the NCAA Divison III in the Centennial Conference. Please join me in congratulating Eric on this big decision!

Mark Imig

This years Ozark Division I Champs was different than in years past. This year, it was a virtual meet, and while all of Ozark was invited to participate, 10 teams took the call to compete. Teams were given the chance to race from February 5th – February 28th. They could run a USA Sanctioned Meet, run a meet at practices with watch times, or use times from their swimmers who may have competed at Girl’s State. CSP took the opportunity to do all three and it paid off! To view...

Mark Imig

The 2021 Swim A Thon is complete and in the books. The team raised almost $55,000, which makes this is one of our most successful Swim A Thons and we can not thank everyone enough for their very generous support. The prizes are being ordered next week and usually will be ready to be distributed at workouts near the end of March, or first week in April. Congratulations to the Elite Group for winning the Ted Drewes Party by raising the most amount of money for the team, raising more...

Dave McCrary

CSP competed this past weekend in the Parkway Senior Invite at Kirkwood High School. It was great to compete as a team again against Ozark competition. We were represented by 67 swimmers from our Elite, Senior, and Senior II groups. CSP did great all weekend winning 15 of the 30 events, actually winning the first 7 events, and outscoring all other teams by more than 800 points. In the 14 events we didn’t win we took 2nd in 7 of those races. CSP also took home many of the awards...

Mark Imig

This past weekend we headed to Fishers, Indiana for our Tri-Meet with the Host Southeastern Swim Club and the Oakland Live Y’ers from Michigan. What a great way to start the new year off! We had each age group swimming prelims together, which made for quick sessions and we had a number of new best times. It was great seeing the kids together on a pool deck at a meet with other teams and all coming together. Thanks to Chris Fox for helping to officiate the meet as well. It’s...

Dave McCrary

Ella Pearl has made her decision to attend and swim for the University of Arkansas. The University of Arkansas is an NCAA Division I school that competes in the Southeastern Conference. The University of Arkansas is located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Ella will join the Razorbacks next Fall. Ella will be joining her sister Maddie at the U of A. Ella is currently a Senior at Kirkwood High School. Please join me in congratulating Ella on this big decision!

Dave McCrary

Paige Howell has made her decision to attend and swim for Olivet Nazarene University. Olivet Nazarene is a private university in Boubonnais, Illinois. ONU is a NAIA school that competes in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. Paige will join the Tigers next Fall. Currently Paige is a Senior at Kirkwood High School. Please join me in congratulating Paige on her big decision!

Dave McCrary

Maddie Palatt has made her decision to attend and swim for Emory University. Emory is a private research university in Atlanta, Georgia. Emory is a NCAA Division III school that competes in the UAA conference. Emory has won 27 NCAA titles. Maddie will join the Eagles next Fall. Maddie is a Senior at Cor Jesu Academy. Please join me in congratulating Maddie on this big decision!

Dave McCrary

Audrey Dino has decided to attend and swim for Worcester Polytechnic Institute, a NCAA Division III school that competes in the NEWMAC conference. WPI is a private research university located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Audrey will join the Goats next Fall. Audrey is a Senior at Visitation Academy. Please join me in congratulating Audrey on this big decision!

Mark Imig

Even during a shortened swim season last year, CSP had a tremendous number of swimmers acheiving their IMX and IMR scores short course. IMX and IMR is a motivational program, through USA Swimming, that allows swimmers across the nation to compare themselves to the thousands of other athletes in their age group. All your swimmer must do is swim a combination of events, at least one time per season, and USA Swimming automatically gives you your ranking. For the 2019 – 2020 Short Course Season, we had 151 athletes achieving...