Chelsea Piers Athletic Club Swim Team Wins Northeast Zone Championships

The CP-AC Swim Team won the Combined Team Championships at the Northeast Zone Championships in Ithaca, NY.  The event is the premiere regional swimming event.  In addition to the team Championship, there were many wins for Chelsea Piers swimmers in individual events.


Elizabeth Boeckman – 16 years old

500 Freestyle 2nd place

1000 Freestyle 2nd place

Patrick Clisham – 17 years old

200 Freestyle Relay 1st place

Marcus Hodgson – 15 years old

100 Freestyle 4th place

200 Freestyle Relay 1st place

Aedan Lewis – 17 years old

200 Breast Stroke 4th place

200 Freestyle Relay 1st place

Bridget Semenuk – 15 years old

50 Freestyle 2nd place

Kelly Montesi – 16 years old

200 Freestyle 3rd place

400 IM 4th place

400 Medley Relay (beat State record by 6 seconds and set new Zone record)

Sophia Moore – 15 years old

400 Medley Relay 1st place (beat State record by 6 seconds and set new Zone record)

Cole Pierce – 15 years old

200 Freestyle Relay 1st place

“In five seasons, Chelsea Piers Swimming has gone from qualifying only five swimmers for this meet, to qualifying 30 and winning the combined team title,” said Jamie Baron, Head Coach, CP-AC Swimming.

“The hard work of our athletes, coaches and parents is responsible for this rapid rise on the regional scene.  I am very proud to see such success award to this hard working group of individuals, who came together as a team to contribute so much for the program while in Ithaca.”

Chelsea Piers Athletic Club provides an unprecedented opportunity for student-athletes across eight sports to train and compete under one unified banner. CP-AC athletes have full access to both off-surface training, led by certified personal trainers in our dedicated Competitive Team Training Center, and on-surface coaching in their sport of choice. Our world-class facilities attract top-level instructors from around the world, including seasoned and certified youth coaches with Olympic, NCAA and professional backgrounds. Their goal is to prepare athletes for success, not only in their sport of choice through age-appropriate goal setting and training, but also in their lives through the development of essential teamwork and leadership skills.


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