George Wong

  • Southeast Champion
    • 2007 LCM
      • 13-14 200 Freestyle
      • 13-14 50 Freestyle
      • 13-14 100 Freestyle
    • 2007 SCY
      • 13-14 50 Freestyle
      • 13-14 100 Freestyle
    • 2006 LCM
      • 13-14 100 Breaststroke
      • 13-14 50 Freestyle
      • 13-14 100 Freestyle
      • 13-14 200 Breaststroke
    • 2006 SCY
      • 13-14 100 Breaststroke
      • 13-14 200 Breaststroke
    • 2005 LCM
      • 11-12 100 Freestyle
      • 11-12 50 Breaststroke
      • 11-12 100 Backstroke
      • 11-12 200 Individual Medley
      • 11-12 50 Freestyle
      • 11-12 200 Freestyle
      • 11-12 100 Breaststroke
    • 2005 SCY
      • 11-12 50 Freestyle
      • 11-12 100 Freestyle
      • 11-12 200 Freestyle
      • 11-12 100 Breaststroke
      • 11-12 200 Individual Medley
      • 11-12 50 Breaststroke
  • Top 16
    • 2006-2007 LCM
      • 13-14 50 Freestyle
      • 13-14 100 Freestyle
    • 2006-2007 SCY
      • 13-14 100 Freestyle
    • 2005-2006 LCM
      • 13-14 100 Freestyle
      • 13-14 100 Breaststroke
    • 2004-2005 LCM
      • 11-12 50 Freestyle
      • 11-12 100 Freestyle
      • 11-12 200 Freestyle
      • 11-12 50 Breaststroke
      • 11-12 100 Breaststroke
      • 11-12 200 Individual Medley
  • 2006 Zone Team – Atlanta, GA
  • 2008 Zone Team - Atlanta, GA
  • AHSAA State Champion
    • 100 Freestyle 2007

 

Jenny von Jouanne

 

  • National Qualifier
    • 50 Freestyle LCM
  • 2007 Zone Team – Houston, TX
  • Southeastern Champion
    • 2007 LCM: Open 50 Freestyle
    • 2007 SCY: 15 &O 50 Freestyle
    • 2008 SCY: 15 & O 50 Freestyle
    • 2007 LCM: Open 50 Freestyle
    • 2007 SCY: 15 & O 50 Freestyle
  • NISCA Swimming All American
    • 50 Freestyle 2007 - 2008
    • 100 Freestyle 2007 - 2008
    • 100 Butterfly 2007 - 2008
    • 50 Freestyle 2006 - 2007
  • 2007 - 2008 NISCA Academic All-American
  • 2006 – 2007 NISCA Academic All American
  • AHSAA State Champion
    • 50 Freestyle 2005, 2006, 2007
    • 100 Freestyle 2006
    • 100 Butterfly 2007
  • AHSAA State Record Breaker
    • 50 Freestyle 2006, 2007
    • 100 Butterfly 2007
    • 100 Freestyle 2007

 

 

Jenny Beth Schopp

  • Southeastern Champion
    • 2007 SCY: 10 & U 50 Breaststroke

 

Phil Deaton

  • Southeastern Champion
    • 2007 LCM
      • 13-14 100 Backstroke
  • 2007 Zone Team – Houston, TX

 

 

Daniel Armstrong

 

  • Jr. National Qualifier
    • 200 IM SCY
    • 50 Freestyle LCM
    • 100 Backstroke LCM
    • 200 Backstroke LCM
  • 2006 Zone Team – Atlanta, GA
  • Southeastern Champion
    • 2007 LCM: Open 100 Backstroke
    • 2006 LCM: Open 50 Freestyle
    • 2005 SCY: 15-16 200 Backstroke
  • 2006 USA Swimming Scholastic All American
  • NISCA Swimming All American
    • 200 IM 2005-06, 2006-07
    • 100 Backstroke 2006-07
  • 2006 – 2007 NISCA Academic All American
  • AHSAA State Champion
    • 200 Individual Medley 2004, 2005, 2006
    • 100 Backstroke 2006
  • AHSAA State Record Breaker
    • 200 Individual Medley 2005, 2006

 

Zach Harting

  • Southeastern Champion
    • 2008 LCM
      • 10 & U 50 Butterfly
      • 10 & U 100 Butterfly
      • 10 & U 100 Backstroke

 

Derek Sander

  • Southeastern Champion
    • 2008 LCM
      • 10 & U 200 Individual Medley

 

Kent Fellows

Kent Fellows MSA’s Newest Hall-of-Famer!
As SE Champion, Kent Qualifies to Represent Southeastern Swimming
at Zone Championships!

Kent Fellows has become the newest member of MSA’s Hall of Fame, by virtue of his gold medal finish in the 50 Freestyle at last month’s Southeastern Championships held in Nashville. Kent established his lead immediately off the start, and continued to widen the margin, winning the “splash and dash” (50 Free) by nearly a full body length. Kent’s time of 25.25 established a new MSA record for 13-14 Boys. Kent also earned a silver medal in the 100 Freestyle at the Southeastern Championships, and established new MSA records in the 100 and 200 Butterfly, and 400 IM.

Kent’s SE victory in the 50 Freestyle also secured his spot on the 2009 SE Zone Championship Team! The team was assembled immediately after the final session on Sunday night, and they chartered a bus to Chattanooga, and the following morning departed on a long, fun, long bus ride to Orlando Florida. The long J bus ride took up the whole day on Monday, and the exciting 5-day Zone competition began on Tuesday. Kent lowered several of his times during that competition, swimming the 50/100/200 Freestyle, 100/200 Butterfly, and the 200 Freestyle Relay and 200 Medley Relay. A highlight of Kent’s performances was the 200 Medley Relay, as he posted a blistering 24.74 relay split to anchor the bronze medal Southeastern Team! Another highlight of the trip was the many new friendships made during this memorable Zone week.

Congratulations to Kent for all of his success, and for representing MSA and Southeastern Swimming in this exciting competition!