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Varsity Swimming - Boys

Team Information

Success in the swimming can be defined in so many ways. Personal best times, goals set and accomplished, the willingness to accept challenges, the understanding that pushing past discomfort results in growth, and supporting teammates both in and out of the water are all very important facets that lead to success. When the practices end and the meets are done, an athlete should walk away from this sport with an appreciation for mental toughness, physical toughness, and the importance of working as a team.

2021-2022 Boys' Season Records

200 Freestyle -- Andrew Kim -- 2:00.32

200 IM -- Raghav Cholappadi -- 2:10.43

50 Freestyle -- Andrew Kim -- 23.22

100 Butterfly -- Raghav Cholappadi -- 55.74

100 Freestyle -- Andrew Kim -- 51.10

500 Freestyle -- Raghav Cholappadi -- 5:33.15

100 Back -- Charlie Kenrick -- 1:04.45

100 Breast -- Jasper Spitz -- 1:10.85

Head Coach: Gretchen Ievers

Head Coach Since: 2021

College(s) or University (s) Attended: Bucknell University, BS in Elementary Education; West Chester University, Masters in Kinesiology; Walden University, Masters in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

Prior Coaching Experience: Coach Ievers began her coaching career in high school as Head Coach of Verona’s summer swim program. Through her college years, she served as the Head Swim Coach at New Providence Community Pool. Upon graduation from Bucknell, she served as the Assistant Swim Coach at The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. There she implemented morning workouts and dryland workouts. She then served as the Assistant Athletic Director and Head Swim Coach at Saint Mary’s College (sister school of Notre Dame University) in South Bend, Indiana. She recently served as the coach of the senior group of the Caldwell Cyclone club swim team.

Other Athletic Accomplishments: Coach Ievers was a Captain and a record holder in the 100 and 200 Breaststroke at Bucknell University (PA). She competed as a triathlete for 5 years and qualified to represent the United States at the Amateur World Games in Perth, Australia.


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