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Varsity Girls Swimming

  • New England Division III, 5th place
  • New England Division III champion: Christina Felchner (50 free, 100 free)
  • New England runner-up: 200 free relay, 400 free relay
  • WNEPSSA Division III team champion
  • WNEPSSA Division III champions: Ivy Durepo (50 free, 100 free), Maddy McCloskey (500 free)
  • New England Division III team champion
  • New England Division III champion: Ivy Durepo (50 free, 100 free), Maddy McCloskey (200 free), 200 free relay
  • WNEPSSA team champion
  • WNEPSSA champion: Ivy Durepo (50 free)
  • Bud Erich Invitational champion: Ivy Durepo (50 free, 100 free)
  • New England Class C champion
  • New England Class C champion
  • New England Class C champion
  • New England Class C champion

EventName of record holderSchool RecordPool RecordName of record holder
(if different than school record holder)
200 Medley RelayKonstantakos, Durepo, Harrington, Felchner

1:56.13 2/22/13

2:01.36 '05
Gamsby, Jurgens, Douvajian, Goldrick
200 FreestyleMaddy McCloskey '15
1:59.58 2/23/132:04.99
Maddy McCloskey '15 2/15/12
200 IMIvy Durepo '13
2:19.00 12/7/11
Julia Courtney, Cheshire 1/16/10
50 FreestyleIvy Durepo '13
24.21 3/3/1325.14
Christina Felchner '16 12/10/14
DivingHeidi Wolcott ’88
100 Fly
Ivy Durepo '13
1:01.12 1/14/12
C. Beleforte, Worcester 12/5/12
100 FreestyleIvy Durepo '13
53.32 2/23/13
M.Hill '95
500 FreestyleMaddy McCloskey '15
5:19.88 2/23/13
5:30.35Julia Courtney, Cheshire 2/11/09
200 Freestyle RelayMcCloskey, Konstantakos, Felchner, Durepo
1:45.26 2/28/13
Douvadjian, Rollings, Codere, Goldrick ’05
100 BackstrokeMaddy McCloskey '15
1:02.51 1/9/13
Callie Miles, KO 12/5/11
100 BreaststrokeIvy Durepo '13
1:10.21 3/3/13
1:09.82Julia Courntey, Cheshire 2/11/09
400 Free RelayMcCloskey, Harrington, Felchner, Durepo
3:47.55 2/22/133:57.43
Kingswood 12/3/11

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Swimming at Wilbraham & Monson Academy is a highly competitive sport that supports the needs of competitive swimmers of varied backgrounds, from experienced club swimmers to first year competitive swimmers. WMA has a robust middle school swimming program that regularly produces some of the Academy's top performers. Over the past three years, the Titans have averaged about 30 participants in swimming at the varsity level. WMA is able to cater to the needs of each individual by rotating groups of swimmers through practice based on a combination of age and ability. The result is a highly specified program, where both new swimmers and highly experienced swimmers can and do improve.

Every member of the varsity team practices for a minimum of an hour-and-a-half a day, while our most experienced members can take advantage of morning lap swims and longer afternoon workouts. Over the last four years we have repeatedly produced swimmers who competed at the highest level of New England Swimming.

Program Philosophy

Swimming is an activity that promotes life-long health and wellness. Special focus is given to long-term results through a strong foundation of proper technique and beneficial training habits. At the core of the WMA philosophy is a belief in the potential of every athlete. Our program strives to build a supportive and empowering community to allows each athlete to attain the maximum benefit from the sport.

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