Boys Swimming and Diving

Culver Academies Varsity Swimming and Diving program has a long and storied history. The program began in 1917 with the completion of the construction of an indoor swimming facility for the members of the Corps of Cadets. During the early years the CMA teams competed with other private schools in the region since the public school system did not offer the sport. In the early 1950's public high schools started to compete in swimming and CMA teams began to compete as an Associate member of the public high school association. In the early 1970's the pool was remodeled to meet national and state standards (25 yard eight lane pool with a separate diving well) while retaining all of its original design and tile work. The first meets were held in the modified pool in 1974. Upon the founding of Culver Girls Academy in 1971, the first CGA team began competition in the redesigned pool during the 1974 season. Also, during the 1974 season Culver Academies became a full member of the IHSAA (Indiana High School Athletic Association) and thus eligible for the Championship season in the sport. Today both the CMA and CGA teams train together and compete during the winter season within the IHSAA.

The Program Philosophy is a simple one - the athletes compete for each other. Since the inception of the program, the team has had only four Head Coaches and three one year interim coaches. Throughout the history the program all four long serving Head Coaches have sought to establish a sense of family from which the athletes can learn leadership, the importance of hard work, discipline, the value of sacrifice for others and sportsmanship. These values supersede the number of meets won or lost, the number of State Finalists, records set or 1st Team All Americans. There are no cuts in the early season to bring the team down to size but the young athletes must earn the right to represent their teammates in competition. The program is one where experienced athletes can grow and novice athletes can be a part of something more important than themselves. The end result is an athlete prepared academically for college, competition in the NCAA (should they choose) and most importantly - life.
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    Date Time Sport Location Opponent
    11/16/17 06:00 PM Coed Varsity Swimming vs North Judson-Girls Varsity
    11/30/17 06:00 PM Coed Varsity Swimming @ La Porte High School
    12/02/17 09:00 AM Coed Varsity Swimming vs Culver Academies Relays
    12/06/17 05:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming vs Logansport High School
    12/09/17 10:00 AM Coed Varsity Swimming vs Mishawaka Marian High School
    12/11/17 05:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming @ Rochester HS/MS
    01/16/18 05:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming vs Warsaw Community High School
    01/18/18 05:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming vs Plymouth High School
    01/20/18 10:00 AM Coed Varsity Swimming @ Mishawaka Diving Invitational
    01/30/18 05:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming @ Northwood w/Bremen-Boys Varsity
    02/01/18 05:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming @ Girls Sectional at Warsaw
    02/15/18 05:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming @ Boys Sectional at Warsaw


First Name Last Name Grade Swim/Dive Hometown
Maxwell Baldwin 12 Swim Culver, IN
Forrest Baumgartner 11 Swim Plymouth, IN
Leo Bu 9 Swim Zhengzhou, China
Miles Clark 12 Dive Chaska, MN
Pierce Ellert 11 Swim Culver, IN
Yuchen (Bob) Fan 10 Swim Shenzhen, China
Lake Genebacher 11 Dive Decatur, IL
Manuel Guerra 12 Swim Huixquilucan, Mexico
Jacob Hare 12 Swim Downers Grove, IL
Edward (Jack) Humphrey 11 Swim Burlington, KY
Charles Jones 9 Swim Bloomington, IN
Justin Matei 12 Swim Zionsville, IN
Tom Ni 10 Swim Shanghai, China
Hoikei (Alan) Pan 10 Swim Shenzhen, China
Alejandro Septien 9 Swim Mexico City, Mexico
Nikolas Warnholtz 9 Swim Lema, Mexico
Marc Yanez 10 Swim Crown Point, IN
Jonthan Youngs 11 Dive Niles, MI