April 17, 2012

This past week has been a veritable feast for the guy.  First their was steak (and chicken and a sweet desert) courtesy President Campbell.  You see the president takes each team that wins a conference title out to dinner at the Kenosha Country Club.  I don't want to say these are becoming commonplace but after our first title seven years ago we had to make a map to the KCC.  This year not a single guy even asked for directions.  President and Mrs. Campbell have been great supporters of swimming over the years and we presented them with a sweet gift - a pair of silicone racing caps signed by the teams (that's right, we got them the good ones).

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On Sunday we had our annual team banquet.  It's a little lower-key, but also a little more personal affair with just members of the team and parents (and in the case of Alex George, grandparents).   We recognized several award winners including:

Hardest WorkerBen Coder
Chapman Family Red Men AwardMike Moravek
Most Valuable SwimmerKyle Drake
Most Valuable TeammateEric Ross
Scholar AthleteAdam Van Huis

Additionally, we also announced the following award-winners:

CCIW Swimmer-of-the-YearKyle Drake
CCIW Swimmer-of-the-ChampionshipKyle Drake
Jack Swartz Academic All-ConferenceAdam Van Huis
All-CCIW TeamJake Carabelli - 200 Free, 200 Back

Kyle Drake - 200 IM, 400 IM, 200 Back, 400 Med Relay

Connor McCurrie - 500 Free, 1650 Free

Ryan Ortmann - 50 Free, 100 Free, 400 Med Relay

Scott Pinter - 100 Breast, 200 Breast, 400 Med Relay

Doug Schranck - 100 Fly, 400 Med Relay

Teryn Solan - 500 Free, 1650 Free

Adam Van Huis - 200 Breast

Additionally, we thanked our Seniors for their $900 donation to the Chapman Family Swimming Endowment.  Their donation brings the fund up over $33,000.  A big thanks to the Seniors for a sweet Brewers jersey.



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