It’s a small circle of swimmers who can boast a high school swimming championship and an NCAA swimming championship. It’s probably an even smaller group whose members can claim they won an NCAA swimming championship as a team manager and a state high school swim title as a coach.
But the latter group is exactly where Josh Geisinger falls, claiming both titles within three years and both before he even graduated from college.
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NCAA MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS
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Seniors: Dax Hill, Michael McBroom and Austin Surhoff
Juniors: Charlie Moore, Patrick Murphy and Caleb Weir
Sophomores: Tripp Cooper, Kip Darmody, Jake Ritter and Clay Youngquist
Freshman: Sam Lewis
(Freshman John Murray is the meet’s first alternate.)
Sophomore: Will Chandler
Freshman: Cory Bowersox