Trinity 1/6/16: Trinity Men’s Swimmer Doug Curtin (WHS ’13) Making A Difference In The Pool And the Community. Trinity College men’s swimming and diving junior tri-captain Doug Curtin is doing big things both as an athlete and a member of the Hartford community. His athletic record is quite impressive, and on the humanitarian side, Curtin has kick started a chapter of the Food Recovery Network at Trinity that benefits Hartford’s homeless.
Boston Globe 1/8/16: The Foley factor: Wayland and Weston swim coaches follow lead of their legendary mentor. … Foley made another phone call Tuesday night to his son Mike, the coach at Wayland High, which split a meet with Lincoln-Sudbury (the boys winning, 91-86; the girls falling, 102-76).
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Boston Globe 4/12/15: Campus Angle: Megan Pierce, Wayland High/Williams College swimming. Megan Pierce, future Olympian?
Late last month, the Williams College sophomore from Wayland recorded a personal-best time of 4 minutes 54.40 seconds in the 400-meter individual medley at the Speedo Central Zone Sectionals in Indianapolis, qualifying for the US Olympic swim trials next year.
The accomplishment came on the heels of an outstanding performance at the NCAA Division 3 Swimming and Diving Championships held in Shenandoah, Texas. There, as the defending champion, she was second in the 400-yard individual medley with another top personal time (4:19.23). She was also part of the winning 800-yard freestyle relay, was second in the 1,650-yard freestyle, and was fifth in the 200-yard butterfly. A psychology major, Pierce, 19, was the 2014 NESCAC Rookie of the Year.
Wayland Town Crier 8/13/13: Wayland’s Karlson ends career at Connecticut College in style. Katie Karlson knows she’s going to start feeling conflicted soon. The 2010 Wayland High graduate feels a sense of relief with the rigors of Connecticut College academics and athletics behind her. But she knows that will change.
Wayland Town Crier 8/7/13: Wayland girls swim to mythical national title. Despite the fact that their season ended over five months ago, the accolades continue to show up for the girls of the Wayland High School swimming and diving team. Last week the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) announced that the Wayland girls team will be recognized as the 2012-2013 dual meet champions in Class 5.
Wayland Town Crier 6/24/13: Over 100 participants in open water swim in Wayland. The Wayland Community Pool hosted its fifth annual open water swim on Lake Cochituate. This year’s race featured over 100 participants ranging in age from 10 to 68. The event had two different distances for the swimmers to choose from – a 3-mile course and a 1-mile course. All races started and ended at the Wayland Town Beach. A photo gallery is available online here and race results are posted here.