Churchill / So.
Two-time All-Met repeated as Metro diving champion. Finished third at Md. states despite failing a dive mid-competition.
Oakton / Fr.
Set Va. AAA meet record in 500 free (4:49.75). State runner-up and Northern Region champion in 200 free (1:50.24).
Oakton / Jr.
Three-time All-Met led Oakton to second consecutive Va. AAA team title with meet records in 100 back (53.27) and 100 fly (52.84).
Sherwood / Sr.
Metro runner-up in 100 fly (55.87) and 200 free (1:48.36). Captured Md. state title in 100 free and defended crown in 200 free.
Wootton / Jr.
Two-time All-Met won 100 butterfly (55.05) and 100 backstroke (54.40) to lead Patriots to their first Metro championship.
Holton-Arms / So.
Two-time All-Met repeated as Metro champion in 50 free (23.15) and 100 free (49.72).
Whitman / Sr.
Three-time All-Met defended 200 IM (1:59.89) Metro and Md. state titles. State champion and Metro runner-up in 500 free (4:50.85).
West Potomac / Sr.
Two-time All-Met finished second at Va. AAA states in 100 butterfly (54.33) and 100 backstroke (55.39).
Heritage / Sr.
Set Va. AA/A state record in 100 breaststroke with the area’s best time in 1:02.12. State champ in 200 IM.
Langley / Sr.
Three-time All-Met set Va. AAA state and Northern Region records in 50 free (23.13). State runner-up in 100 free (50.82).
Coach of the Year: Jackie Emr
Wootton swam all season with "For Blume" on its swim caps, in honor of 14-year head coach Howard Blume, who died last April. Emr — Blume's former assistant — led the Patriots through an emotional 6-0 season, culminating with their first Metros and Maryland state titles.