@GonzagaSwimDive Wins National Catholics, Windus ’18 = Swimmer of the Meet

Gonzaga Swim & Dive won the National Catholics Championship at Loyola University on January 22.  The “Aqua Eagles” finished with 370 points to Georgetown Prep’s 275.5 points.  Ryan Windus ’18 was named Swimmer of the Meet and Coach Pat Maloney was named Coach of the Meet.  The Eagles have one more head to head matchup vs Georgetown Prep on January 31, serving as the final tune up for the 2nd and 3rd legs of “Championship season”: WMPSSDLs Championships are on 2/4 and METROs Championships are on 2/11.  Gonzaga will look to win WMPSSDLs for the 7th consecutive year and to repeat as METROs champs to earn the coveted triple crown.

To kick off National Catholics, Gonzaga’s team of DeWitt, McNulty, Mudlaff and Windus took 1st place in the boys 200 medley relay!  Windus also won the 100 free, click here or on the image below to watch the race via @GonzagaSwimDive on twitter:

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Later in the day, the Eagles scored big with the 200 free relay win!  click here or on the image below to watch the race via @GonzagaSwimDive on twitter:

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Here are captains Paul Boyce ’17, William Mudlaff ’17, and Oliver Shackley ’17, and senior Devin McNulty with the championship trophy:

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