Girls Varsity Swimming · Emma Lepisova Delivers Verbal to Northwestern
By Terry Bernal Daily Journal Staff The best all-around girls’ swimmer in San Mateo Bearcats history — that was the legacy Emma Lepisova carved out this season. And, as head coach Kathy Parodi is keen to point out, Lepisova isn’t finished yet. Sure, she spent 2018 rewriting the San Mateo record books, breaking program records
The NISCA All-American swimming lists have been posted for the 2017-2018 school year. Junior, Emma Lepisova is an All-American in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 55.03. She is ranked 61st in the nation. Big Congratulations to Emma!! https://www.niscaonline.org/AALists/2018/g100bk18.htm
Lera finished her season at the 13th spot in the State and earned a National All American Consideration time of 23.55 in the 50 Freestyle. Lera will continue swimming as a Purdue Boilermaker while majoring in Industrial Art.
Emma finished 5th in the state, she dropped .01 seconds with a final time of 55.03 and earned the Automatic National All American Time. She was able to make it to the awards podium and she received a medal. Emma will be a Senior next year and will continue swimming for SMHS. She currently
Emma Lepisova was seeded 7 in the 100 Backstroke as she entered the CIF Swim Trials on Friday, May 18th. After her record breaking swim, she moved up 2 spots and finished at Trials in the 5th spot and will swim in the CIF Finals Heat on Saturday, May 19th. Emma broke her school record with a new
Valeriya Nasedkina was seeded 31 in the 50 Freestyle as she entered the CIF Swim Trials on Friday, May 18th. After her record breaking swim, she moved up 18 spots and finished at Trials in the 13th spot and will swim in the CIF Consolation Finals on Saturday, May 19th. Lera broke her school record
CIF Swim Trails are today, May 18th, at the Clovis Olympic Swim Complex. Emma Lepisova will be swimming the 200 IM and 100 Backstroke. Valeriya Nasedkina will be swimming the 50 Freestyle.
Emma Lepisova (Backstroke), Valeriya Nasedkina (Breastroke), Nicole Chang (Butterfly) and Cecilia Quan (Freestyle) broke the school record in the 200 Medley Relay at CCS Finals with a time of 1:48.60
Emma Lepisova broke her own school record in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 55.20, earned an All-American Consideration time and placed 4th in CCS. Emma has earned the 7th seed in the 100 Backstroke heading into the CIF State Swim Meet. Emma will also compete in 200 Individual Medley with a new