|NISCA/SwimOutlet.com Interscholastic Coach of the Month Friday, August 26, 2016|
This month’s SwimOutlet.com Coach of the Month spotlights Jeffrey DeNick, a 15-year coaching veteran at Minisink Valley Slate Hill in Middletown, New York. Congrats!
a 15-year coaching veteran at Moorestown High School in Moorestown, New Jersey. Congrats!
Name: Jeffrey DeNick
School: Moorestown High School
City: Moorestown, NJ
Years Coaching: 15 Years High School Swim Coach (Shawnee High School 8 Years – Moorestown High School 7 Years)
Biggest Team Success: My biggest success has to be winning two New Jersey State Team Championships in 2014 and 2015. It was a very talented group of swimmers who were also very versatile. We worked extremely hard each day at practice and everything fell into place during the playoffs.
Favorite Thing About Coaching: The best thing about coaching is working with all levels of swimmers and getting to know the kids. Our time has all levels, from the club swimmer to the novice. I try to make sure each swimmer has a role on the team with something to contribute. Watching swimmers turn into leaders is a great thing.
Congratulations, Coach DeNick!
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|2016 National Dual Meet Results Friday, August 19, 2016|
The 2016 National Dual Meet results have been posted. Visit the Nat'l Dual Meet page to see the results. Congrats to all the teams and their coaches!
|Win $100 from Finis Swimming Tuesday, August 2, 2016|
Get your new or renewed membership by end of day on Wednesday 8/31, and you will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift certificate from Finis Swimming. Winners will be notified via e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org on Thursday September 1st.
|Academic All America and Scholar Team Lists Posted Monday, July 11, 2016|
The Academic All America and Scholar Team lists have been posted. Congratulations to all the seniors, teams and coaches for all of their hard work!
Academic AA Lists
Scholar Team Lists
|NFHS Clarifies Freestyle Turn Position for HS Swim Thursday, April 21, 2016|
Freestyle Turn Position Clarified in High School Swimming and Diving
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sandy Searcy
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (April 19, 2016) — At its March 21-23 meeting in Indianapolis, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Swimming and Diving Rules Committee approved a change to the freestyle portion of the individual medley and medley relay as it relates to body position.
An addition to Rule 8-2-4c will read as follows: “The final leg of the individual medley and the medley relay requires the swimmer to be at or past vertical toward the breast before any stroke, kick or propulsive motion.”
This revision was one of several changes recommended by the Swimming and Diving Rules Committee and subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors. read more ...