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USC Boys And Girls Swimming and Diving Get Wins Over Baldwin

The Upper St. Clair boys and girls swimming and diving teams earned wins over Baldwin tonight. The score were: GIRLS USC 106, Baldwin 66 BOYS USC 107, Baldwin 46 Strong performances for USC included Kate Petkov, Allie Hayes and Jack Billetdeux in diving. On the swimming side the top performers included Andrea Burgos Mercado in

USC Swim and Diving Team Get Good Performances At Grove City

DIVING Jack Billetdeaux took first place and Ali Hays took 3rd place! GIRLS SWIMMING Upper St. Clair defeated Canon Macmillan 138-44 Seneca Valley defeated Upper St. Clair 103.5-81.5 BOYS SWIMMING Upper St. Clair defeated Canon Macmillan 129-44 Upper St. Clair defeated Seneca Valley 110-75   Coming off a solid two weeks of long course Christmas

USC Swimming Falls To North Allegheny But Achieve Many Individual Accomplishments

Unfortunately, the USC boys and girls swim team fell to top ranked North Allegheny last night by the score of: Boys: 118-68 Girls: 109-74 However, there were many individual accomplishments last night and many reasons to celebrate. Diving All 3 of our divers who competed tonight qualified for WPIALs–Ali Hays, Jack Billetdeaux and Sam Levy.

USC Boys Swimming Claim Section Championship – Post-Season Begins

Congratulations to the Upper St. Clair boys swim team for winning the section championship.  In addition, the boys and girls swimming and diving teams have 27 athletes that have qualified to compete at the WPIALs. This includes diver, Ali Hayes who will compete this Saturday, February 24th at North Allegheny. The swim teams will compete

Former USC Grad Wins At SEC Swimming and Diving Championships

Congratulations to Upper St. Clair graduate Fynn Minuth (2015) who swims for the University of South Carolina for winning the 500 free AND 200 fly. He finished 6th over the 200 free at the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships last week. Congratulations Fynn!!!!! Please find below some additional links: http://www.gamecocksonline.com/sports/c-swim/recaps/021518aaa.html https://swimswam.com/2018-sec-championships-day-2-finals-live-recap/ https://swimswam.com/2018-sec-championships-day-1-live-recap-dressel-splits-17-92/  

Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving Defeat State College

The boys and girls swimming and diving teams claimed hard-earned victories against a very strong State College High School squad on Saturday, January 27. The girls won by the score of 121-59 while the boys’ score was a very close 101-82. This was our last home dual meet of the season and we sure finished

USC Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving Defeat Bethel Park

The Upper St. Clair boys and girls swimming and diving team defeated Bethel Park on “Senior Recognition” night by the score of: (Boys 61-7), (Girls 55-28). Congratulations to the class of 2018 swimmers and divers: Kirsten Benedict, diver Sophie Kennedy, Abby Matheny, Olivia Shaffer, Ben Diffendal, David Frauen, Brandon Novak. During the meet, the team

Boys and Girls Swim and Diving Teams Defeat Gateway

Both the Upper St. Clair boys and girls swim teams defeated Gateway last night (Girls – 61-37) (Boys – 53-46). Both teams swam well with some new WPIAL qualifiers and fast times. One of the highlights included Jack Fitzpatrick who completed the “WPIAL Sweep” in which he has now qualified for the WPIAL Championships in

USC Boys and Girls Swimming/Diving Win Big Macs Quad Meet

The Upper St. Clair boys and girls swim/dive teams won the Big Macs Quad meet yesterday at Grove City College.  Scores are listed below: Boys USC vs. CV – 202-65 USC vs. Cathedral Prep 153-139 USC vs. Canon Mac 184-86 Girls USC vs. Villa Academy 170-122 USC vs. CV 210-78 USC vs. Canon Mac 194-103

USC Swimming and Diving Fall to North Allegheny

The Upper St. Clair Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving team both fell short to North Allegheny tonight in an away meet. The boys score was 127-58 and the girls score was 110-76.  However, despite the loss, it was a good night for several individual USC swimmers as 10 girls and 9 boys qualified for the WPIAL