Top WPIAL Swimmers Expected for Christmas Meet; Swimmers from the WPIAL Will Face a Big Early-Season Test at the Team Pittsburgh Aquatics Christmas Meet Thursday to Sunday at Pitt's Trees Pool. [Derived Headline]

By Kadilak, Karen | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, December 17, 2015 | Go to article overview

Top WPIAL Swimmers Expected for Christmas Meet; Swimmers from the WPIAL Will Face a Big Early-Season Test at the Team Pittsburgh Aquatics Christmas Meet Thursday to Sunday at Pitt's Trees Pool. [Derived Headline]


Kadilak, Karen, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Swimmers from the WPIAL will face a big early-season test at the Team Pittsburgh Aquatics Christmas Meet Thursday to Sunday at Pitt's Trees Pool.

Boys and girls will compete in age groups with their USA Swimming clubs.

Meet director Jeff Berghoff said nearly 1,300 people of various ages from six states have entered. Most, if not all, of the top WPIAL swimmers will compete, he said.

In its 54th year, the meet probably is one of the oldest, continuously running meets in the country, said Berghoff, of the sponsoring USA Swimming club at Pitt.

"(This is) not (the) biggest ever, but good sized," Berghoff said.

Mt. Lebanon senior and Pitt men's recruit Brian Ramsey looks forward to competing.

"The meet is a good indicator of how well training is coming along," said Ramsey, 17. "It has a good mix of college and high school swimmers, so the competition is great.

"This is the last chance to race on a big stage until WPIALs and states."

The WPIAL championships will be in March at Pitt.

North Hills Aquatics coach Liz Cleary expects strong showings from the growing number of swimmers who have entered from her club.

"The Christmas meet is one of our biggest motivators," Cleary said. …

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