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  Kaela Marcus, a member of Aquasol's Senior group, was recently nominated as a member of USA Swimming's 2013 - 2014 Academic All - American Team.  Congratulations to Kaela for all of her hard work both in the classroom and the pool!   The criteria for this honor is earn a minimum of a 3.5 GPA in the current academic school year.  Honors, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses earn one extra Grade Point.  In the pool, the student-athlete must have swum a time equal to a Junior National 2011...

Congratulations to Dana Covington!  At the conclusion of the Summer Sanders Invitational this past weekend Dana was signed off on becoming a N3 Starter for USA Swimming.  This is a tremendous accomplishment.  With the new designation Dana is now able to be a starter for any USA Swimming sanctioned meets from our local BB +/- meets to USA Swimmings Olympic Trials!  Congratulations Dana and thank you for all of your help and work while volunteering to be a Meet Official/Starter for Aquasol Swim Team!

Congratulations to Kyle Lehr and Kaela Marcus for setting new team records while competing at our last two long course meets! While competing at the Woodland Long Course meet June 6th - 8th, Kyle Lehr set three new team records in the 11 - 12 age group:  50 lcm Backstroke (:35.26); 200 lcm Freestyle (2:24.83); 400 lcm IM (5:27.63)! Competing at the Summer Sanders Invitational both Kyle Lehr and Kaela Marcus broke a team record.  For the 11 -12 boys, Kyle set a new lcm record in the 200 backstroke...

 Congratulations to Colin Wham (9-10 boys) and Kyle Lehr (11-12 boys) as they both took home the high point award for their age group at last weekend's Davis Swim Meet!   

AquaSol's Own Aimee Lehr will be a presenter at this Clinic!! 

Caitlin Wham, of the Orange Group for the Aquasol Swim Team, broke the 8 & Under 50 Butterfly record not once but twice over the last 3 months.  The record was almost nine years old being set originally back in March of 2005.  The previous mark was :42.16.  At the "Come in From the Cold" swim meet in December, 2013 Caitlin swam a :40.26 to take nearly two seconds off the record!  In February while racing in the rain at Vacaville, Caitlin lowered the record again going a :40.12.  Awesome...

  Over the weekend of February 7th - 9th, the Aquasol Swim Team traveled to Vacaville to race in a three day meet.  Braving the rain and colder weather the team swam very well continuing to improve their technique and racing skills and showed a lot of team spirit! Through all the age groups there were a large number of exceptional swims with two swims standing out from the others.  In the 10 and under age group Logan Peterson broke the team record in the 500 Freestyle posting a time...

  Seven members of the Aquasol Swim Team’s Senior group traveled to Federal Way, Washington to compete in a three day (December 6th – 8th, 2013) trials and finals Championship meet.  There were 1,007 swimmers competing in the meet.  The teams competing were from college and USA Swimming programs.   The opportunity to compete at this meet was a tremendous learning experience for all the athletes.  It allowed the swimmers to race against college swimmers and some of the top age group swimmers in the country.   This meet required...

Haley Owens and Samantha Woo, Senior group swimmers with the Aquasol Swim Team, have announced signing their National Letter of Intent to attend and swim next year at the collegiate level.  Haley Owens has signed with Georgetown University and Samantha Woo has signed with Fresno Pacific University!  Haley Owens has been swimming with Aquasol for her entire year around swimming career.  Haley has a long list of highlights in both USA Swimming and high school swimming.  During her USA Swimming career, to name a few achievements, she achieved a Junior...

  Over the weekend of November 9th & 10th, 2013, the Senior group from Aquasol traveled to Redding, California to compete in a Junior+ trials and finals meet.  The meet was fortunate to have incredible weather and had a good draw of swimmers from both California and Oregon.  This was the first trials and finals meet of the season and offered a lot great opportunities to get "second" swims for all the swimmers.    Each swimmer competing in the meet earned the opportunity to swim a final at night.  Two...