|High School:||Paideia School|
All-America first team recipient in 200 backstroke and 200 freestyle ... All-America honorable mention in 50 free, 800 free relay, 200 free relay, and 200 medley ... Broke the program record at the NCAA Championships with a time of 19.16 in the prelims ... Also Named the Phil Moriarty High Point Swimmer of the Meet for the 2018 Ivy League Championships ... First team All-Ivy in the 200 free (1:31.12), 100 back (44.81), 200 back (1:38.99), and two relays (400 free and 800 free) ... Posted three top times in the nation (200 free, 200 back, and 100 back) ... Recorded the best time in the nation in the 200 back at the Ivy League Championship (1:31.12) ... Shattered the program record in the 200 back, recording the second best time in the nation in the the 200 back (1:38.99) at the Ivy Championship ... Registered the third best time in the NCAA in the 100 back (44.81) at the Ivy Championship ... Broke two of Columbia's pool records, the 100 back (47.41) and the 100 free (43.44) (Nov.17)... Earned three first place finishes in the 100 back against No. 10 Arizona State (Jan. 6), Columbia (Nov. 17), and Cornell and Dartmouth (Nov. 11)... Placed first in the 100 free twice against No. 10 Arizona State (Jan. 6), and Cornell and Dartmouth (Nov. 11)... Swam the anchor leg of the 400 free relay squad against No. 10 Arizona State (Jan. 6), touching the wall with a time of 2:58.20 to finish first.
Earned NCAA first team All-America with a fourth-place finish in the 200 free (1:32.25) and honorable mention All-America in both the 200 back (14th; 1:40.89) and as second leg of 800 free relay team (14th; 6:17.26) at NCAA Championships … Phil Moriarty High Point Swimmer of the Meet for 2017 Ivy League Championships … First team All-Ivy in the 100 free (42.06), 200 free (1:31.56), 100 back (45.38) and four relay teams … Broke four Ivy League Championship records (two individual and two relays); eight Harvard team records (four individual and four relays); and six Blodgett Pool records (three individual and three relays) … Named The Crimson’s Male Rookie of the Year for all sports.
2016 Olympic Trials qualifier in four events … Seven-time NISCA Automatic All-American … Two-time Georgia High School Swim Coaches Association Boys All-State first team (2015-16) … Two-time champion at the 2016 NCSA Junior Nationals (100m free & 100m backstroke) … Was the 2015 Speedo Winter Junior Nationals East Male High Point Champion … Two-time Georgia High School State Swimming Champion … Holds eight Paideia school records … Outstanding Male Athlete at Paideia … Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Georgia High School Athlete of the Year for Boy’s Swimming … NISCA Academic All-American ... USA Swimming Academic All-American ... Photography and golf interest.