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  • IHSA State Finals
    2012 8th Place, 2019 10th Place, 2020 5th Place, 2021 6th Place, 2022 5th Place

    IHSA Sectional Champions
    2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022

    Metro Catholic Aquatics Conference Champions
    2019, 2021, 2022

    IHSA Individual State Champions
    2022 Julieta Tracy - 200 Individual Medley
    2022 Julieta Tracy - 100 Freestyle 


If you have any questions about our Girls Swimming & Diving program. Please contact the Head Coach Dave Stephens at dave.stephens@ignatius.org.

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At UIC

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Mother McAuley
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St. Viator JV Invite

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At UIC - Senior Night

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Whitney Young
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List of 9 news stories.

  • JV and FR-SO Win MCAC Championships!!!

    The JV team finished second in the team standing and were led by double event winner Kirkland Miller (200 free / 100 free). Katharine Gilardi too the conference title in the 100 back. Miller teamed up with Jillian Crocker, Ruby Hodges and Ana Trice to cap off the meet with a win in the 400 free relay. Top 8 performances include the ‘A’ 200 medley relay (Gilardi, Alondra Torres, Trice, Lexi Jordan), the ‘B’ 200 medley relay (Sadie Ward, Regina Torres, Eloise Seymour, Tori Garascia), Jillian Crocker (200 free / 500 free), A. Torres (50 free / 100 breast), Hodges (50 free / 100 fly), Ward (50 free / 100 back), Jordan (50 free / 500 free), Trice (100 fly), Seymour (100 fly / 100 back), Gilardi (100 free), the ‘A’ 200 free relay (Miller, Hodges, Gilardi, Crocker) and the ‘B’ 200 free relay (R. Torres, A. Torres, Ale Velazquez, Katie Lannon), Garascia (100 back), R. Torres (100 breast) and the ‘B’ 400 free relay (Jordan, Wood, Seymour, Garascia). The Fr/So team won the conference meet for the seventh time in school history. Maeve Shannon was named Fr/So conference swimmer of the year for winning the 200 and 100 free and anchoring both winning freestyle relays. Eloise Guth was conference champion in the 500 free. The Pack won both free relays with Franchesca Sanchez, Madi Manning, Angela Wideikis and Shannon winning the 200 and Sanchez, Margaret Hickey, Guth and Shannon winning the 400. Runner up performances were turned in by the ‘A’ 200 Medley Relay (Caroline Welch, Wideikis, Manning), Sanchez (200 free / 100 fly), Hickey (500 free), Alexis Nelson (1M Diving). Top 8 performances include Stella Kinander (1M Diving), the ‘B’ 200 medley relay (Annmarie Drapszo, Peyton Davidson, Betty Johnston, Guth), Welch (200 IM / 100 breast), Davidson (200 IM), Manning (50 free / 100 free), Johnston (50 free / 100 fly), Hickey (100 fly), Wideikis (100 free / 100 breast), the ‘B’ 200 free relay (Davidson, Drapszo, Welch, Johnston) and Guth (100 back).
  • Pack Out Swim Dolphins

    The Wolfpack won 8 of the 12 events including a sweep of the relays.  Kirkland Miller (200 IM / 500 free) led the way for the Pack.  Additional event winners include Stella Kinander (1M Diving), Madi Manning (50 free) and Ruby Hodges (100 fly).  Winning relays include the 200 Medley (Annemarie Drapszo, Peyton Davidson, Betty Johnston, Manning), the 200 Free (Eloise Guth, Davidson, Ruby Hodges, Manning) and the 400 Free (Hodges, Miller, Guth, Johnston).  The team is next in action at the MCAC Swimming & Diving Championships October 22-23 at Loyola Academy.
  • Pack Sweeps Frairs

    The Pack also defeated the Friars winning all 11 swimming events.  Kirkland Miller led the Pack as a double event winner (200 free / 500 free).  Event winners also include Eloise Guth (200 IM), Madi Manning (50 free), Ruby Hodges (100 fly), Betty Johnston (100 free), Katharine Gilardi (100 back) and Peyton Davidson (100 breast).  The Wolfpack swept the relays including a 1-2 finish in two of them.  Winning relays include the 200 medley (Annmarie Drapszo, Davidson, Johnston, Manning), the 200 free (Davidson, Johnston, Manning, Drapszo) and the 400 free (Miller, Jillian Crocker, Guth, Johnston).
  • Pack Take 3rd at St. Viator

    The Wolfpack finished 3rd and the St. Viator Invite on Saturday. Top 5 individual performances were turned in by Jessica Parra (200 free / 100 fly), Sadie Ward (200 IM), Jackie Robinson (100 free), Lexi Jordan (500 free), Tori Garascia (100 back) and Ale Velazquez (100 breast). Top 5 relay performances include the 200 medley – 4th (Ward, Jordan, Velazqez, Robinson) and the 400 free – 4th (Ward, Velazquez, Jordan, Robinson).
  • Pack Sweep Mighty Macs

    The Pack swept all 12 events and had great balance with 9 different individual events winners – Stella Kinander (1M Diving), Katharine Gilardi (200 free), Eloise Guth (200 IM), Jillian Crocker (50 free), Ruby Hodges (100 fly), Betty Johnston (100 free), Peyton Davidson (500 free), Kirkland Miller (100 back) and Sadie Ward (100 breast).  Winning relays include the 200 Medley (Miller, Crocker, Johnston, Veronica Rauch), the 200 Free (Guth, Gilardi, Jackie Robinson, Madi Manning) and the 400 Free (Davidson, Annmarie Drapszo, Miller, Johnston).
  • Pack Place 3rd at Friar Invite

    The Wolfpack took 3rd at the Friar Invite on Friday evening. Margaret Hickey (500 free) and Kirkland Miller (100 free) each had runner up performances to mark the highest individual finishes for the meet. Hickey picked up a third in the 200 free, Jillian Crocker was third in the 500 free and Madi Manning third in the 50 free. Miller, Betty Johnston, Peyton Davidson and Manning finished third in the 200 free relay and the 400 free relay foursome of Eloise Guth, hickey, Johnston and Miller were also third. Top 8 performances include the ‘A’ 200 medley relay (Annmarie Drapszo, Davidson, Ana Trice, Manning), the ‘B’ 200 medley relay (Katharine Gilardi, Guth, Eloise Seymour, Miller), Crocker (200 free), Guth (50 free), Trice (100 fly), Johnston (100 free), Davidson (100 free), Gilardi (100 free / 100 back), Ruby Hodges (500 free), the ‘B’ 200 free relay (Alondra Torres, Regina Torres, Hickey, Hodges) and the ‘B’ 400 free relay (Hodges, Gilardi, Crocker, Drapszo).
  • Pack Win Dan O'Brien Relays

    The Wolfpack took first place at the 28th Annual Dan O’Brien Relays on Saturday. The Pack won 8 of the 12 relays in route to the team victory. Relay winners include Caroline Welch, Angela Wideikis, Margaret Hickey, Betty Johnston, Eloise Guth, Maeve Shannon, Peyton Davidson, Colleen Tracy, Liepa Niaura, Franchesca Sanchez, Regina Torres, Annmarie Drapszo, Lexie Jordan, Madi Manning, Eloise Seymour, Ale Velazquez and Sadie Ward.
  • Wolfpack Sweep Maroons

    The Pack defeated the Maroons taking 11 of the 12 events.  Event winners include Delaney Brown (1M Diving), Peyton Davidson (200 free), Jillian Crocker (200 IM), Kirkland Miller (50 free), Sadie Ward (100 fly), Katharine Gilardi (500 free), Betty Johnston (100 back) and Eloise Guth (100 breast).  Winning relays include the 200 Medley (Crocker, Guth, Miller, Jackie Robinson), the 200 Free (Ale Velazquez, Johnston, Guth Davidson) and the 400 Free (Crocker, Ruby Hodges, Velazquez, Jessica Parra).
  • Pack Defeat Ramblers

    The Pack swept all 12 events.  Gabby Veliz (100 fly / 500 free) and Ruby Hodges (50 free / 100 free) led the Pack as double individual event winners.  Stella Kinander (1M Diving), Margaret Hickey (200 free), Kirkland Miller (200 IM), Eloise Guth (100 back) and Peyton Davidson (100 breast) were all individual event winners.  Relay wins were turned in by the 200 Medley (Katharine Gilardi, Davidson, Veliz, Madi Manning), the 200 Free (Betty Johnston, Miller, Manning, Hickey) and the 400 Free (Veliz, Jillian Crocker, Hickey, Miller).
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