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Varsity Coed Swimming & Diving

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Three State Champions: 2004
Two All-American Qualifying Times: 2004


State Dive Champions, Division I: 2008
5th place in Girls VA State Meet, Division I: 2004
4th place in ISL: 2004
5th Place in Girls State Meet, Division I: 2003

4th place in ISL: 2003


February 7, 2018


Last weekend, at the Washington Metropolitan Prep School Swim and Dive Championships, our girls team finished in fourth place and our boys team finished in seventh place. We had a total of seven top-three finishes. Additionally, 27 swimmers dropped time in individual or relay events.

Congratulations to junior Diego Cruzado for winning the boys 100-meter free! Other notable accomplishments included:

  • Girls 200-meter free: Katie Gould (second place)
  • Girls 100-meter breast: Annie Tuttle (second place) and Hannah Gould (third place)
  • Girls 50-meter free: Megan Sharkey (third place)
  • Girls 100-meter back: Katie Gould (third place)
  • Girls 200-meter medley relay: Katie Gould, Annie Tuttle, Caroline Otteni, and Megan Sharkey (third place)
  • Girls 400-meter free relay: Katie Gould, Hannah Gould, Caroline Otteni, and Megan Sharkey (third place)

Swimmers also broke six Potomac records:

  • Girls 200-medley relay: 1:47.00 (Katie Gould, Annie Tuttle, Caroline Otteni, and Megan Sharkey)
  • 200-meter freestyle: 1:54.87 (Katie Gould)
  • 100-meter freestyle: 46.79 (Diego Cruzado)
  • 100-meter backstroke: 58.28 (Katie Gould)
  • 100-meter breaststroke: 1:04.44 (Annie Tuttle)
  • 400-meter free relay: 3:38.88 (Hannah Gould, Katie Gould, Caroline Otteni, Megan Sharkey)

A gallery of photos from the event can be found here.

Varsity Coed Coaching Staff

Matt Norman
Head Varsity Coach

Heather Purk
Assistant Varsity Coach

Therese McMahon
Assistant Varsity Coach

Rory Alfree
Assistant Varsity Coach

Coach Norman Bio

A native of Vienna, Virginia, Matt Norman graduated from McLean High School, then attended Clemson University on a swimming scholarship. At Clemson, he was an ACC finalist. Upon graduating in 2003, Matt returned to the northern Virginia area and founded Norman Swimming, a developmental swim program and swim school of approximately 250 swimmers and 50 coaches. Throughout his decade-long tenure at Potomac, Matt’s teams have produced dozens of school-record-breaking performances and a state-champion diver.

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