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Michigan High School Athletic Association
2020 Girls Swimming and Diving Championships

 

FINALS

Division 1

Friday-Saturday, Jan. 15-16, 2021 (Postponed from Friday-Saturday, Nov. 20-21)

At Hudsonville

 

 

2020 MHSAA Division 1  champions: Ann Arbor Pioneer

 

Ann Arbor Pioneer powers to first Division 1 title since 2008

No. 1-ranked Ann Arbor Pioneer dominated the field to win its first Michigan High School Athletic Association girls swimming championship since 2008, unseating three-time defending champion No. 5 Farmington Hills Mercy. Lily Cramer, Amelia Weyhing, Autumn Bullinger and Sophia Guo helped pick up a win in the 200-yard freestyle relay. Weyhing, Cramer, Vivian VanRenterghem and Stella Chapman added a win in the 400-yard freestyle relay. Sam Quoia, Edwina Jalet, Chapman and Guo won the 200-yard medley relay. VanRenterghem (200-yard freestyle) and Chapman (100-yard backstroke) each picked up first-place finishes, individually.

TEAM RESULTS

1. No. 1 Ann Arbor Pioneer, 368

2. No. 5 Farmington Hills Mercy, 184

3. No. 3 Northville, 164

4. No. 10 Brighton, 159

5. No. 6 Grand Haven, 150

6. No. 7 Zeeland United, 142

7. No. 9 Novi, 133

8. No. 4 Rockford, 128

9. No. 2 Saline, 127

10. No. 8  Ann Arbor Huron, 108

* Rankings are from final regular-season rankings from the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association

> Complete results

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS

200-yard medley relay: Ann Arbor Pioneer (Quoia Sam, Edwina Jalet, Stella Chapman, Sophia Guo), 1:44.25

200-yard freestyle: Vivian VanRenterghem, Ann Arbor Pioneer, 1:52.34

200-yard individual medley: Greta Gidley, Farmington Hills Mercy, 2:00.69

50-yard freestyle: Brady Kendall, Plymouth, 22.98

One-meter diving:

100-yard butterfly: Brady Kendall, Plymouth, 54.35

100-yard freestyle: Lilly Brandt, Holland West Ottawa, 51.53

500-yard freestyle: Greta Gidley, Farmington Hills Mercy, 4:58.52

200-yard freestyle relay: Ann Arbor Pioneer (Lily Cramer, Amelia Weyhing, Autum Bullinger, Sophia Guo), 1:36.53

100-yard backstroke: Stella Chapman, Ann Arbor Pioneer, 55.36

100-yard breaststroke: McKenzie Siroky, Livonia Stevenson, 1:01.45

400-yard freestyle relay: Ann Arbor Pioneer (Stella Chapman, Amelia Weyhing, Vivian VanRenterghem, Lily Cramer), 3:29.97

 

Mercy High School, Farmington Hills, Michigan. Catholic College Preparatory School for Young Women.

Division 2

Friday-Saturday, Jan. 15-16, 2021 ((Postponed from Friday-Saturday, Nov. 20-21)

At Grand Rapids Northview

 

2020 MHSAA Division 2 champions: Birmingham Seaholm

 

Birmingham Seaholm repeats as Division 2 champion

No. 1-ranked Birmingham Seaholm used its incredible depth to fight off No. 3 Rochester Adams to win its second-straight Michigan High School Athletic Association girls swimming championship. Seaholm finished second in the 200-yard medley relay, then sewed up the championship with two big relay wins in the final four events. Eliza Dixon, Samantha Clifford, Carly Burry and Megan Clifford took first in the 200-yard freestyle relay and Samantha Clifford, Megan Clifford, Lauren Louwers, and Katherine Stanley earned a victory in the meet’s final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay.

 

TEAM RESULTS

1.  No. 1  Birmingham Seaholm, 309

2. No. 3 Rochester Adams, 263

3. No. 6 Grand Rapids Northview, 174

4. No. 8 Farmington, 137

5. No. 10 Jenison, 136

6. No. 9 Birmingham Groves, 130

7. No. 10 Fenton, 128.5

8. No. 4 Grosse Pointe South, 125.5

9. Byron Center, 105

10. No. 7 Dexter, 98

* Rankings are from final regular-season rankings from the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association

> Complete results

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS

200-yard medley relay: Rochester Adams (Meghan Fleury, Yitian Zhang, Rhian Russell, Claire Sweetwood), 1:45.65

200-yard freestyle: Hannah Williams, Portage Northern, 1:49.42

200-yard individual medley: Jordyn Shipps, DeWitt, 2:02.50

50-yard freestyle: Grace Albrecht, Jenison, 23.90

One-meter diving: Lily Witte, Dexter, 486.95

100-yard butterfly: Gracie Olsen, Fenton, 55.18

100-yard freestyle: Jordyn Shipps, DeWitt, 2:02.50

500-yard freestyle: Angelina Baker, Portage Northern, 4:57.75

200-yard freestyle relay: Birmingham Seaholm (Eliza Dixon, Samantha Clifford, Carly Burry, Megan Clifford), 1:36.15

100-yard backstroke: Addy Forbes, Grand Rapids Northview, 56.15

100-yard breaststroke: Hannah Williams, Portage Northern, 1:03.68

400-yard freestyle relay: Birmingham Seaholm (Samantha Clifford, Katherine Stanley, Lauren Louwers, Megan Clifford), 3:31.84

 

Birmingham Public Schools, Birmingham, Michigan. Inspiring all learners to positively impact their world.
Grosse Pointe Public School System, Grosse Pointe, Michigan. A tradition of excellence, preparing students to learn and lead.

Division 3

Friday-Saturday, Jan. 15-16, 2021 ((Postponed from Friday-Saturday, Nov. 20-21)

At Lake Orion

 

2020 MHSAA Division 3 champions: Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood

 

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood dominates Division 3

No. 1-ranked Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood swam away from the field to win its first Michigan High School Athletic Association girls swimming championship since 2017.  Justin Murdock, Serena Hao, Hale Oal, and Allison O’Donnell took first for Cranbrook in the 200-yard medley relay. Oal, Charlotte DeSantos, Charlotte Trunsky and Gwen Woodbury took first in the 200-yard freestyle relay. DeSantos, Trunsky, Murdock and Woodbury helped Cranbrook claim first in the meet’s final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay. Cranbrook’s name graced the top of the leaderboard in multiple individual events as well. Murdock had first-place finishes in the 100-yard backstroke and the 200-yard individual medley. Woodbury took first in the 200-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle.

 

TEAM RESULTS

1. No. 1 Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 379

2. No. 3 Hamilton, 199

3. No. 2 Bloomfield Hills Marian, 192

4. No. 4 Holland Christian, 161

5. No. 5 Bay City John Glenn, 113

6. No. 8 Spring Lake, 110

7. No. 9 Grand Rapids Christian, 106

8. Flint Powers Catholic, 97

9. Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory, 93

10. Grosse Pointe Woods University
Liggett, 68

* Rankings are from final regular-season rankings from the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association

> Complete results

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS

200-yard medley relay: Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood (Justine Murdock, Serena Hao, Hale Oal, Allison O’Donnell), 1:46.45

200-yard freestyle: Gwen Woodbury, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 1:48.31

200-yard individual medley: Justine Murdock, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 2:05.25

50-yard freestyle: Gwen Eisenbeis, Williamston, 23.87

One-meter diving: Abie Sullivan, Otsego, 455.50

100-yard butterfly: Lara Wujciak, Flint Powers Catholic, 56.77

100-yard freestyle: Gwen Woodbury, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 50.29

500-yard freestyle: Riley Nugent, Plainwell, 5:06.47

200-yard freestyle relay: Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood (Charlotte DeSantos, Hale Oal, Charlotte Trunsky, Gwen Woodbury), 1:35.98

100-yard backstroke: Justine Murdock, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 55.04

100-yard breaststroke: Ginger McMahon, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett, 1:03.31

400-yard freestyle relay: Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood (Charlotte DeSantos, Charlotte Trunsky, Justine Murdock, Gwen Woodbury), 3:30.83

 

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