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Chris Etherington

The 86th CSP Summer Invitational was a huge success. This is the 2nd longest running meet in USA Swimming, and the coaches spent many hours leading up, during and after the meet. From just doing entries for CSP, taking entries from other teams, scheduling workers, setting up every morning and shutting down every night, and of course working with all of our swimmers during the meet, the coaches wore many hats this past weekend. Thank you to all volunteers that helped us have another GREAT meet. Austin Chu broke the...

Mark Imig

We are gearing up for the 2024-2025 season and we begin doing group placements in July. Click here for our group placement flyer. All group placements will be held at the Shaw Park Aquatic Center, weather permitting. Registration information will be available on our website in July.

Chris Etherington

This past week, CSP sent 22 swimmers to Open Water Zones and the results were amazing! CSP were 22 out of the 32 that competed for Ozark Swimming. Nora Lee Brown was 2nd, Lexi Cook was 4th and Noel Rice was 12th for the Girls in the 5K, while Max Marcus was 4th, Henry Mura was 13th and Keegan Brown was 14th for the Boys 5K. Also swimming was Nina Schuerer. With the 13-14 Girls, Prairey Maxwell was 4th, Vivie Murphy was 11th and Adalyn Dolan was 15th in the...

Mark Imig

Sydney will compete this week at the Olympic Trials, being held in Indiana. Sydney will race the 200 Back and 400 IM. Today she had the whole pool to herself as she got in a warm up before her racing begins.

Chris Etherington

Schooooools out.. For.. Summer! Over 230 CSP swimmers attended the first long course meet following the end of school. Scout Jackson achieved her first NCSA Cut, coming in the 100 back and then got her second cut in the 50 Free. Sydney Schoeck achieved her second Olympic Trials cut over the weekend, coming in the 400 IM. Austin Chu also broke the 13-14 Boys team 100 back. Next meet is the Open Water Zones and then Sydney will take on Olympic Trials and then it will be our 86th CSP...

Chris Etherington

CSP took Mother’s Day weekend to Lenexa, Kansas and competed in the Rose Memorial Swim Meet. We had over 53 swimmers attend this prelim/final meet and had many outstanding performances by all of our swimmers! Emma Fouke broke the 11-12 Girls 800 Free Record. She is the first 11-12 girl in CSP history to break 10 minutes! Within the 11-12 Age Group, winning events were Emma, Evan Kim, Indie Layton, Luke Loveland and Serkan Patterson. Finishing in the Top 8 were Olive Agustin, Julia Bucci, Charlotte Dahlby, Paige Haug, Daniel...

Chris Etherington

Lexi finishes in 18th at Open Water Junior Nationals! Way to go, Lexi!

Chris Etherington

CSP Tideriders had another great meet. With 195 swimmers attending, we had a number of swimmers get lifetime best times and got new cut standards. Way to go, Tideriders! For the 10&Under Age Group, winning events were Logan Ackenhausen, Boardie Fouke and Deon Saunders. Finishing in the Top 8 were David Boland, Harper Chism, Camryn Costello, Vihaan Deore, Tucker House, Sloane Langdon, Leo Loveland, Alex Moon, Joseph Moore, Nila Patterson, Darsh Pradhan, Emerson Schneider and Ben Ward. Finishing in the Top 16 were Yusif Aghayev, Julian Chang, Greer Dalrymple, Dasha...

Dave McCrary

Allie Maloney, a member of our Elite group and a Senior at Cor Jesu Academ, has made her decision to attend the United States Naval Academy. The US Naval Academy is a federal service academy located in Annapolis, Maryland. Allie will leave in June to join the Midshipmen to swim and study. Navy is an NCAA Division I University that competes in the Patriot League. Please join me in congratulating Allie on making such a big decison! Go Midshipmen!

Mark Imig

To see this summers tentative schedule, click here.