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Dynamo Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent in Swimming

The swimmers signed their letters of intent during the Nov. 14-21 signing period.


Seven Dynamo Swim Club athletes signed national letters of intent to swim during the early signing period, November 14-21, 2012: 

Jamie Christy, a student at The Westminster Schools, will attend the University of Southern California, currently ranked as the number one women’s swimming program in the country. The future Trojan represented Dynamo at the USA Olympic Team Trials in 2012, as well as being part of two USA Swimming Junior National Championship Teams with Dynamo. She is a veteran competitor of numerous National, Junior National, and Grand Prix meets, a Junior National finalist, a 3-time All-American, and a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American.

Samatha Kase, a senior at Chattahoochee High School, has committed to the Georgia Institute of Technology. Following her brother and fellow Dynamo alumni Dylan (’15) to Georgia Tech, she is a butterfly specialist, placing fourth at the Speedo Championship Series Meet in July of 2012.

Rachel Koch, a senior at the Wesleyan School, has committed to Vanderbilt University. She is a Junior National qualifier in butterfly has been a finalist in both long course and short course Georgia State Championship meets since her freshman year, and is a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American.

Evan Pinion, a student at the Westridge Christian Academy program, will attend the University of Tennessee. A native of Knoxville, he is a USA Swimming Junior National Champion, as well a member of the last three USA Swimming National Junior Teams, having represented the US at meets in Peru, Hawaii, and Europe. Evan placed 10th at the 2012 US Olympic Team Trials in the 1500 Meter Freestyle.

Shawn Pyne, who currently attends Dunwoody High School, will attend Bellarmine University (KY). He is a freestyle and backstroke specialist who has represented Dynamo at the past three Georgia Senior State Championships.

Alan Rabstejnek, a senior at Chattahoochee High School, has committed to Auburn University. A Scholastic All-American, Alan is a Junior National finalist who will look to grow his speed and power he perennial powerhouse Tiger program.

Nicole Stafford is also a student at The Westminster Schools and will attend Stanford University, home to numerous NCAA Champions and Olympians. Nicole is a USA Olympic Trials qualifier in six events, as well as a 10-time Georgia State Champion, Junior National finalist, 10-time All-American, and a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American. She is also a veteran of Dynamo’s USA Swimming Junior National Championship Teams in 2010 and 2011.

Dynamo is the number two nationally ranked swim club with two facilities in the Atlanta area, one in Chamblee and the other in Alpharetta.

Enuff Govt Already November 29, 2012 at 10:41 PM
To all who signed their letter on intent, congrats. Hard work pays off!

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