Girls Varsity Swimming, swim · Girls Swimmers Breaking School Records

The Oakville Girls Swim team has been improving in great strides the past few seasons.  With two weeks to go before the Conference Meet [at Lindbergh], Tiger swimmers are breaking school records all in numerous events!
Between the 2017 and current 18 seasons, the following school records have been broken;
  • 200 Medley Relay set in 2004 at 1:59.92, new record is 1:59.31 (swimmers Streb, Heveroh, Poertner, Landmann)
  • 100 Freestyle set in 2004 at 55.96, new record is 54.49 – Meg Heveroh
  • 100 Backstroke set in 2014 at 1:03.23, new record 1:02.52 set in 2017 by Allison Streb
  • 100 Breaststroke set in 1992 at 1:11.93, new record of 1:09.43 – Meg Heveroh

Coach Hromnac is pleased with the progress of her swimmers, “these girls are performing well and dropping time at each meet.  This week we have our last 3 home meets – Friday 91/26) is our senior night.  We should have some good performances and close meets – good competitions (Mehlville/Farmington tonight, Rockwood Summit – Thursday and Mehlville/Affton on Friday.”

CONGRATULATIONS to Meg Heveroh, who has qualified for state in 3 events and will likely swim the 100 Freestyle and the 100 Breaststroke in the state meet on Friday, Feb 16.  Good luck to the rest of the team who are focused on their times and pushing to qualify!