Michigan High School Athletic Association
2019 Girls Swimming Championships

Division 1  l  Division 2  l  Division 3

Division 1

At Holland Community Aquatic Center

Friday-Saturday, November 22-23, 2019

 

2019 MHSAA Division 1 girls swimming and diving champion: Farmington Hills Mercy

Final team standings

1. No. 2. Farmington Hills Mercy, 298

2. No. 1. Ann Arbor Pioneer, 297.5

3. No. 4. Saline, 197.5

4. No. 3. Rockford, 179.5

5. No. 9. Novi, 132.5

6. No. 6. Rochester Adams, 132

7. No. 9 Grand Haven, 117

8. No. 5. Northville, 115

9. No. 7. Brighton, 108

10. No. 9. Hudsonville, 98

> Complete results

> Marlins 3-Peat In Closest of Finishes

> Mercy three-peats in D1; Seaholm wins D2 title

> Mercy wins Division 1 swim and dive state championship, nine local teams place top 30

> Preview: Racing Toward Greatness Again

> Harper Creek's Wager qualifies for all 12 swimming events for state finals

> Brighton taking young team (and one veteran) to state swim meet

Individual champions

200-yard medley relay: Rockford (Sara Kraus, Masy Folcik, Rachel Gamm, Ashely Lund), 1:42.40

200-yard freestyle: Allison Haak, Ann Arbor Skyline, 1:50.65

200-yard individual medley: Kathryn Ackerman, Grand Haven, 1:57.61

50-yard freestyle: Claire Tuttle, Hudsonville, 22.80

One-meter diving: Annie Costello, Ann Arbor Huron, 425.40

100-yard butterfly: Emily Roden, Northville, 55.43

100-yard freestyle: Greta Gidley, Farmington Hills Mercy, 50.53

500-yard freestyle: Lola Mull, Grand Ledge, 4:55.02

200-yard freestyle relay: Ann Arbor Pioneer (Lily Cramer, Autumn Bullinger, Amelia Weyhing, Lucy Mehraban), 1:34.75

100-yard backstroke: Kathryn Ackerman, Grand Haven, 54.70

100-yard breaststroke: Claire Tuttle, Hudsonville, 1:00.79

400-yard freestyle relay: Ann Arbor Pioneer (Lucy Mehraban, Vivian VanRenterghem, Holly Pringle, Lily Cramer), 3:25.31

Division 2

At Oakland University

Friday-Saturday, November 22-23, 2019

2019 MHSAA Division 2 girls swimming and diving champion: Birmingham Seaholm

Final team standings

1. No. 1. Birmingham Seaholm, 304

2. No. 4. Grosse Pointe South, 222

3. No. 3. Birmingham Groves, 198

4. No. 6 Dexter, 178

5. No. 7 Midland Dow, 151

6. No. 2. Farmington, 143

7. No. 5. Portage Central, 124

8. No. 10 Fenton, 111

9. No. 9 Byron Center, 100

10. Portage Northern, 94

> Complete results

> Experienced Seaholm Takes Back Top Spot

> Seaholm leaves no doubt, swims to Division 2 state championship

> Seaholm swim and dive wins Division 2 state championship, five local teams place top 12

 

> Chargers take fifth at Div. 2 swim finals; Newman wins three events and Swimmer of Year honor

> Dow girls swim strong on first day of state championships

> Record-setting Portage Northern freshman aims to make splash at state swim meet

 

Individual champions

200-yard medley relay: Birmingham Seaholm (Isabella Vaughan, Lauren Louwers, Katherine Stanley, Eliza Dixon), 1:45.83

200-yard freestyle: Gracie Olsen, Fenton, 1:48.98

200-yard individual medley: Madline Greaves, Farmington, 2:04.35

50-yard freestyle: Claire Newman, Midland Dow, 22.95

One-meter diving: Lily Witte, Dexter, 468.40

100-yard butterfly: Gracie Olsen, Fenton, 54.62

100-yard freestyle: Claire Newman, Midland Dow, 50.23

500-yard freestyle: Madline Greaves, Farmington, 5:00.13

200-yard freestyle relay: Birmingham Seaholm (Eliza Dixon, Samantha Clifford, Chloe Blake, Megan Clifford), 1:36.34

100-yard backstroke: Charlotte Schultz, Dexter, 56.42

100-yard breaststroke: Elly Belmore, St. Clair Shores Lakeshore, 1:04.32

400-yard freestyle relay: Midland Dow (Ella Roberson, Sasha Konovalenko, Anna Jensen, Claire Newman), 3:31.99

 

Division 3

At Oakland University

Friday-Saturday, November 22-23, 2019

2019 MHSAA Division 3 girls swimming and diving champion: East Grand Rapids

Final team standings

1. No. 1. East Grand Rapids, 317

2. No. 2. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 306

3. No. 3. Bloomfield Hills Marian, 245

4. No. 9. Chelsea, 134

5. No. 5. Hamilton, 131

6. Bay City John Glenn, 124

7. No. 10. Plainwell, 103

7. No. 6 Tecumseh, 103

9. Battle Creek Harper Creek, 75

10. Grand Rapids Christian, 71

> Complete results

> Added Inspiration Boosts EGR to Title 23

> East Grand Rapids girls swimming wins another state title, but miss head coach

> Harper Creek's Alysa Wager wins two state championships in swimming

> Hamilton’s Hannah Fathman wins state title in 50 free

 

 

 

> Asselin and DeKievit sisters share bond for Holland Christian

Individual champions

200-yard medley relay: East Grand Rapids (Sophie Williams, Claire Witting, Emma Israels, Barbard Bart), 1:45.04

200-yard freestyle: Gweny Woodbury, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 1:49.07

200-yard individual medley: Justine Murdock, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 2:05.62

50-yard freestyle: Hannah Fathman, Hamilton, 23.95

One-meter diving: Anabelle Rosen-Hurley, Adrian, 459.15

100-yard butterfly: Alysa Wager, Battle Creek Harper Creek, 54.88

100-yard freestyle: Greta Milnes, East Grand Rapids, 51.87

500-yard freestyle: Riley Nugent, Plainwell, 5:01.39

200-yard freestyle relay: Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood (Jordan Murrell, Charlotte Trunsky, Hale Oal, Gwenyth Woodbury) 1:36.20

100-yard backstroke: Justine Murdock, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 54.53

100-yard breaststroke: Alysa Wager, Battle Creek Harper Creek, 1:04.50

400-yard freestyle relay: Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood (Jordan Murrell, Charlotte Trunsky, Justine Murdock, Gwenyth Woodbury) 3:27.93