PVS Men Look to Figure Large at NCAAs

By Reach for the Wall staff.

SwimSwam just posted its first official 2016-2017 Men’s NCAA Power Rankings, two months before the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship (March 22-25) at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Can you spot the PVS swimmers mentioned in this article?  Don’t cheat and look at our list of PVS swimmers below before you’ve read the story and tried to compile your own list.

PVS Swimmers Mentioned in SwimSwam Article

    • Carsten Vissering (Bethesda, Md / Georgetown Prep), who currently is the #2 100 breaststroker in the country.
    • Jack Conger (Rockville, Md / Our Lady of Good Counsel), who won a gold medal in the 800m freestyle relay at the Rio Olympics.
    • Andrew Seliskar (McLean, Va / Thomas Jefferson High School), the #2 recruit in the country several years ago who looks to score points at NCAAs in 200 free, 200 fly, and 200 & 400 IM.

Did you spot those 3 swimmers?  If so, we move to the bonus round.  Who in the story is from Maryland or Virginia but outside of PVS?

    • Chase Kalisz (Bel Air, Md / Fallston High School), who won a silver medal for Team USA in the 400 meter individual medley at the Rio Olympics.
    • Townley Haas (Richmond, Va. / Benedictine Prep), who won a gold medal in the 800m freestyle relay at the Rio Olympics.

We’ll play this game again when SwimSwam posts its first official 2016-17 Women’s NCAA Power Rankings next week.


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