1995-96 All-Met Boys Swimming and Diving Team
Thursday, March 21, 1996
SWIMMER OF THE YEAR
Repeat All-Met. Two-time winner of 200- and 500-yard freestyles at Virginia AAA Northern Region championships. Set region record in 200 (1:41.52). Unbeaten in high school competition past three years.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Amin Gasaway III
In second season, directed Tigers boys and girls to DCIAA championships, with boys setting three meet records. Boys were 5-0 in regular season.
Three-time All-Met. Metros championships diving champion for third straight year, winning this year with 502.00. Seventh in platform diving at Junior World championships
Metros champion in 50- and 100-yard freestyles, with record 20.92 in 50. Holds five Prince George's records
Two-time All-Met. Virginia AAA Northern Region champion in 50- (best of 21.00) and 100-yard (best of 46.24) freestyles. Undefeated this season in both events
Two-time All-Met. Broke longest-standing record at Metros in 100-yard backstroke (50.63). Also won 100 butterfly. National Catholic champion in 100 backstroke
Won Va. AAA state 200-yard individual medley (1:58.34) as team won for second straight year. Northern Region 200 freestyle champion
Set Va. state record in 100-yard backstroke (51.84). Second in state 200 individual medley
Three-time All-Met. National Catholic and Metros champion in 100-yard breaststroke (best of 56.61). Member of the Junior National team
Chris Alderman, Yorktown; Rob Amos, Paul VI; Jimmy Blitzer, Ireton; Mike Boyle, Herndon; Ron Brown, Mount Vernon; Ryan Buckham, Jefferson; Tom Dion, O'Connnell; Jared Fribush, Paint Branch; Dan Gotweski, Watkins Mill; Mike Gosline, Annandale; Ray Hrabi, Emmanuel Christian; Andrew Hutchinson, Eleanor Roosevelt; Michael Julian, North Stafford; Greg Long, South Lakes; Sage McGirk, Marshall; Ian Peters, Jefferson; Marc Severin, South Lakes; David Simonetti, Paul VI; David Slye, DeMatha; Delonte Stephens, Wilson
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