Seton junior Kevin Koehr won the gold medal in the 100-yard backstroke at the National Catholic High School Championship meet at Villanova University in Philadelphia last weekend.

Koehr finished in a school-record 53.51 seconds, an all-American consideration time and the top 100 backstroke performance in the Prince William area this season. He entered Sunday’s championship seeded second in the event.

Freshman Nevin Cook set a Seton record in the 100 breaststroke (1:03.88), good for a top-eight finish, and joined Koehr, Bryan Morch and Sean Koehr on the 200 medley relay team that finished 10th overall in an area-best 1 minute 44.74 seconds.

The Seton girls’ 200 freestyle relay (Katie Planchak, Meg Seale, Jessica Dunn, Melissa Dunn) enjoyed a top-eight finish with a time of 1:47.28.

Seton will swim for its 11th straight Delaney Athletic Conference championships at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Freedom Center.

Seton Swimming’s G.E.M.S.

What makes Seton Swimming special?

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Gratitude

“Who has it better than us? Nobody!”

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Excellence

We focus on better. Good takes care of itself.

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Meekness

We help our opponents over the bar that we raised by winning

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Sacrifice

We offer it up. We love all of our teammates.

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