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2018 - 2019 SEASON NEWS

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1. September 25 – Rules interpretation (required meeting) 7 - 9 p.m. Long Island Welcome Center
2. November 7 - Pre-season Meeting
3. November 14 - Diving Clinic, 6:00 p.m. Nassau BOCES, Garden City
4. November 27 - Section VIII Relay Carnival, Nassaue County Aquatic Center - Clinic
5. December 4 - Section XI Relay Carnival, Nassaue County Aquatic Center - Clinic
6. January 10 - Nominating/Business Meeting
7. January 29 – General Election Meeting
8. March - Annual Recognition Dinner Meeting

Active members are required to attend a minimum of three (3) meetings and/or clinics. As prescribed in Article I of the By-Laws, attendance at a rules interpretation meeting is required.

DIVE OF THE WEEK SCHEDULE

Date Varsity Section 8 JHS Dive
Nov. 25 100 (Front) 100
Dec.  2 100 (Front) 200
Dec.  9 200 (Back) 400
Dec. 16 400 (Inward) 100
Dec. 23 5000 (Twist) 100
Dec. 30 5000 (Twist) 200
Jan.  6 300 (Reverse) 400
Jan. 13 100 (Front)
Jan. 20 200 (Back)
Jan. 27 400 (Inward)
Feb.  3 5000 (Twist)
Feb. 10 300 (Reverse)

2017-18 SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD - DYLAN CHAN

Flanking Dylan Chan are Association President George Fleckenstein(L) and Scholar-Athlete Committee Chair Larry Wachter(R).

This years' recipient has many swimming achievements. He is a 6-year varsity swimmer, a two-year team captain, a State meet qualifier in the 100 Backstroke, 100 Butterfly, 200 Medley relay, 200 Free relay and the 400 Free relay. In 2017, his relay team placed 1st in the Federation Championship 200 Medley relay and the 200 Free relay and he placed 7th in the 100 Backstroke. He is a County Champion in the 200 Medley and 200 Free relay, 3rd in the 100 Butterfly and 100 Breast, a two-time All American and an All-Long Island swimmer. He holds one State record, two Long Island records, and four team records. A multi-sport athlete, his non-swimming achievements include being a three-year Varsity soccer team member, team captain, All-Conference and All-League and a two-time offensive player of the year.

His athletic accomplishments have not been a cause of sacrificing his grades. He is a 4-year Honor Roll member, a National Honor Society member, a Spanish National Honor Society member, a National Art Honor Society member and recipient of the George Eastman Young Leaders Award presented by the University of Rochester. His academic curriculum is loaded with Honor and AP classes and he has been accepted and will be attending Dartmouth College in the fall, where he will be majoring in Engineering/Pre-Med.

If his athletic and academic accomplishments are not enough, he is a member of the Athletes Helping Athletes club, Key club, Varsity club, Spanish club and an active member in the Jay Fellowship Church all of which are focused on performing community service and contributing to our society. He is also a volunteer swim coach for Half Hollow swim club and a volunteer referee in the LIJSL soccer league.

CENTRAL ISLIP WINS SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

At the Section XI League I swimming and diving tournament, Central Islip was awarded the LISOA sportsmanship award.
Long Island Swimming Officials Association President George Fleckenstein presented coach Lou Alcantara, and captains Antonio Dash and Jodnel Destina, with the honor.

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2017-18 OUTSTANDING COMPETITOR AWARDS

Nassau County, Section VIII, 2018 Championships Outstanding Competitor senior Timothy Marski from South Side-Lynbrook, receiving his recognition from LISOA president George Fleckenstein.