Swimming World High School Teams of the Year

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Swimming World Magazine has named the Swimming World High School Teams of the Year since 1971 when it honored Santa Clara as the top boys public school in the United States. Since then, the program has expanded.[1]

Year Boys HS Boys Prep Girls HS Girls Prep
1971 N/A N/A N/A
1972 St Hilary N/A N/A N/A
1973 Prep N/A N/A N/A
1974 Santa Clara N/A N/A N/A
1975 Santa Clara N/A N/A N/A
1976 Jacksonville Episcopal N/A Upper Dublin N/A
1977 Mission Viejo The Peddie School Mission Viejo N/A
1978 Mission Viejo Jesuit Mission Viejo N/A
1979 Mission Viejo The Hill School Mission Viejo N/A
1980 Mission Viejo Loyola-Blakefield Mission Viejo N/A
1981 Mission Viejo Mercersburg Mission Viejo N/A
1982 Mission Viejo Mercersburg Mission Viejo The Peddie School
1983 Mission Viejo Mercersburg Mission Viejo Mercersburg
1984 Campolindo Mercersburg Mission Viejo The Bolles School
1985 Mission Viejo Germantown Academy Mission Viejo The Bolles School
1986 Mission Viejo Germantown Academy Mission Viejo Germantown Academy
19871 Mission Viejo Mercersburg Spanish River Germantown Academy
1988 Hinsdale South Mercersburg Edina St. Andrews
1989 Churchill Bellarmine Prep Mission Viejo The Peddie School
1990 Churchill The Peddie School North Penn The Peddie School
1991 San Marino The Peddie School Conroe McCullough The Peddie School
1992 Plano St. Xavier Americus Germantown Academy
1993 Humble Kingwood Jesuit Davis Pine Crest
1994 Humble Kingwood St. Xavier Davis Germantown Academy
1995 Humble Kingwood The Peddie School Carmel The Bolles School
1996 Cypress Creek The Peddie School Carmel The Bolles School
1997 Cypress Creek Brother Rice Shadow Mountain The Bolles School
1998 The Woodlands The Bolles School Carmel The Bolles School
1999 The Woodlands The Bolles School St. Charles Trinity Prep
20002 Firestone The Bolles School St. Charles The Bolles School
2001 Evanston Township St. Xavier Irvine Ursuline Academy
2002 Firestone St. Xavier Irvine Ursuline Academy
2003 Lake Forest St. Xavier Ann Arbor Pioneer Ursuline Academy
2004 Carmel St. Xavier Lake Forest The Bolles School
20053 Upper Arlington Brophy Prep Ann Arbor Pioneer Germantown Academy
2006 Humble Kingwood The Bolles School Ann Arbor Pioneer Germantown Academy
2007 New Trier Bellarmine Prep Austin Westlake Germantown Academy
2008 Yucaipa The Baylor School Austin Westlake Germantown Academy
2009 Saratoga High The Baylor School Carmel The Baylor School
2010 Hershey High The Bolles School Carmel Carondelet

1 In 1987, Swimming World Magazine began honoring an overall combined national champion for both boys and girls titles. The school in bold is the combined champion for that year.

2 Swimming World Magazine also awards annual high school swimmer of the year titles. 2000 marked the first time that a team winner also had the individual winner. These teams are bold italics.

3 2005 marked the only time two teams have tied for the combined award, as noted in the girls items.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/SwimmersOfTheYear.asp