Swimming World Presents Male High School Swimmer Of The Year: Grant Shoults

Grant Shoults
Photo Courtesy: Griffin Scott

On His Way Up–Male High School Swimmer of the Year

After being a runner-up last year, Rancho Margarita (Calif.) High School’s Grant Shoults was named Swimming World’s Male High School Swimmer of the Year for the 2015-16 season. He set two national high school records, competed in the U.S. Olympic Trials and will be swimming for Stanford next fall. According to Shoults’ club coach, Bill Rose, the best is yet to come, exclaiming, “Four years from now, I think he will be at the top of the mountain.”

Earlier this summer Shoults was named to the NISCA High School All-America list and posted the fastest time in the nation for both the 200-yard and 500-yard freestyles. The full list of national champions can be found below.

50 Freestyle: Maxime Rooney, Granada High School, 19.95
100 Freestyle: Michael Jensen, Upper Dublin High School, 42.69
200 Freestyle: Grant Shoults, Santa Margarita Catholic, 1:33.26
500 Freestyle: Grant Shoults, Santa Margarita Catholic, 4:12.87
100 Butterfly: Maxime Rooney, Granada High School, 47.17
100 Backstroke: Christopher Staka, Aptos High School, 47.18
100 Breaststroke: Chandler Bray, Avon High School, 52.65
200 IM: Cameron Craig, Monroe High School, 1:45.42
200 Medley Relay: Andy Song An, James Daugherty, Ariel Spektor, Tyler Rice, Bolles School, 1:29.86
200 Freestyle Relay: Mark Krusinski, Mike Lynch, Matthew Martin, David Madej, Brecksville Broadview Heights, 1:21.78
400 Freestyle Relay: Ogden Leyens, Alex Flynn, Wyatt Amdor, Michael Jensen, Upper Dublin High School, 2:59.58

Diving: Grayson Campbell, James Madison High School

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Brian D
6 years ago

Grayson Campbell (his name is reversed)