Moravek and Zawadzki earn VaSID Diver of the Year

BLACKSBURG – Teagan Moravek and Noah Zawadzki were each named the VaSID Diver of the Year the organization announced Monday afternoon.

Moravek was also a First Team pick, with her teammate Emma Atkinson in backstroke. Zawadzki was chosen for First Team, as well. He is joined by teammates Youssef Ramadan (free sprint), Sam Tornqvist (backstroke), Carles Coll Marti (breaststroke and IM), Antani Ivanov (butterfly), and Taj Cole (diving).

Moravek qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 1-meter, tallying a 287.45 to finish 18th. She finished 10th at the ACC Championships in the event, scoring a 260.20. She took home 22nd in the platform with a score of 209.00 and tallied a score of 251.60 in the 3-meter. Throughout the season, Moravek remained a top competitor. She placed first in both 1-meter and 3-meter against three meets: Penn State, Virginia, and George Washington. At the Ohio State Invitational, she finished eighth in both the 1-meter and 3-meter events. Against Duke, she finished first in 1-meter and second in 1-meter.

Zawadzki qualified for the NCAA Championships in all three diving events. He finished seventh at the ACC Championships in every event, tallying a 359.00 on the platform, 319.65 on the 1-meter and a 318.90 on the 3-meter. His top performance at the NCAA meet was on the platform, where he took 22nd with a 313.80. He also set the school record on the 1-meter board this past season with a score of 426.75. Zawadzki was consistent throughout the season winning the 1-meter and 3-meter competitions in three meets: Penn State, Virginia, and Duke. He took first in the 1-meter competition at George Washington, as well. At the Ohio State Invitational, he finished eighth in the 1-meter and platform events, and 15th in the 3-meter portion.

Twelve more Hokies earned Second Team All-State, eight women and four men. The men’s team had two relays to earn a First Team pick, the 800 free and 400 medley. The other three, earned Second Team. All five relays for the women’s team earned a Second Team Pick.

WOMEN’S ALL-STATE TEAM

Swimmer of the Year: Kate Douglass (Virginia)
Rookie of the Year: Gretchen Walsh (Virginia)
Diver of the Year: Teagan Moravek (Virginia Tech)

Rookie Diver of the Year: Lizzy Kaye (Virginia)
Coach of the Year: Todd De Sorbo (Virginia)

First Team All-State

Sprint Free – Kate Douglass, Virginia
Sprint Free – Gretchen Walsh, Virginia
Sprint Free – Lexi Cuomo, Virginia
Distance Free – Maddie Donohoe, Virginia
Distance Free – Emma Weyant, Virginia
Backstroke – Reilly Tiltmann, Virginia
Backstroke – Emma AtkinsonVirginia Tech

Breaststroke – Alexis Wenger, Virginia
Breaststroke – Anna Keating, Virginia
Butterfly – Jessica Nava, Virginia
Butterfly – Abby Harter, Virginia
IM – Ella Nelsom, Virginia
IM – Alex Walsh, Virginia
Diving – Maddie Freece, Liberty
Diving – Teagan MoravekVirginia Tech

Diving – Lizzy Kaye, Virginia
200 Free Relay – Virginia
400 Free Relay – Virginia
800 Free Relay – Virginia
200 Medley Relay – Virginia
400 Medley Relay – Virginia

Second Team All-State

Sprint Free – Ali Tyler, George Mason
Sprint Free – Sarah ShackelfordVirginia Tech
Sprint Free – Anna LandonVirginia Tech
Distance Free – Chase TravisVirginia Tech
Distance Free – Reka GyorgyVirginia Tech

Backstroke – Ella Bathurst, Virginia
Backstroke – Caroline BentzVirginia Tech

Breaststroke – Jessica Schellenbloom, Liberty
Breaststroke – Jacquee Clabeaux, George Mason
Butterfly – Karisa FranzVirginia Tech

Butterfly – Madison Cottrell, James Madison
IM – Reka GyorgyVirginia Tech

IM – Jess Pryne, James Madison
Diving – Jennifer Bell, Virginia
Diving – Izzi MrozVirginia Tech

Diving – Lauren Chennault, Liberty
200 Free Relay – Virginia Tech
400 Free Relay – Virginia Tech
800 Free Relay – Virginia Tech
200 Medley Relay – Virginia Tech
400 Medley Relay – Virginia Tech

MEN’S ALL-STATE TEAM

Swimmer of the Year: Matt Brownstead (Virginia)
Rookie of the Year: Jack Aikins (Virginia)
Diver of the Year: Noah Zawadzki (Virginia Tech)

Rookie Diver of the Year: Nicholas Saunders (Virginia)
Coach of the Year: Todd De Sorbo (Virginia)

First Team All-State

Sprint Free – Matt Brownstead, Virginia
Sprint Free – Matt King, Virginia
Sprint Free – Youssef RamadanVirginia Tech

Distance Free – Peter Thompson, Virginia
Distance Free – Jack Wright, Virginia
Backstroke – Jack Aikins, Virginia
Backstroke – Sam TornqvistVirginia Tech
Breaststroke – Carles Coll MartiVirginia Tech

Breaststroke – Scooter Iida, Virginia
Butterfly – Jared Bergan, George Mason
Butterfly – Antani IvanovVirginia Tech
IM – Carles Coll MartiVirginia Tech

IM – Nicholas Maranto, George Mason
Diving – Taj ColeVirginia Tech

Diving – Walker Creedon, Virginia
Diving – Noah ZawadzkiVirginia Tech

200 Free Relay – Virginia
400 Free Relay – Virginia
800 Free Relay – Virginia Tech

200 Medley Relay – Virginia
400 Medley Relay – Virginia Tech

Second Team All-State

Sprint Free – Connor Boyle, Virginia
Sprint Free – Luis DominguezVirginia Tech
Distance Free – Antani IvanovVirginia Tech

Backstroke – Justin Grender, Virginia
Backstroke – Forest WebbVirginia Tech

Breaststroke – Noah NicholsVirginia
Breaststroke – AJ PouchVirginia Tech

Butterfly – Josh Fong, Virginia
IM – Casey Storch, Virginia
Diving – Nicholas Saunders, Virginia
Diving – Bridger Thurston, VMI
200 Free Relay – Virginia Tech
400 Free Relay – Virginia Tech

800 Free Relay – Virginia
200 Medley Relay – Virginia Tech

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