The Ventura College swimming teams finished with 14 swimmers on the two-year All-American team, seven men and seven women.
Freshman Henry Chung (100 backstroke, 50 and 100 freestyle) and sophomores Coleman Goode (400 individual medley), Tyler Kaslik (200 butterfly), Kevin Doria (100 butterfly) and Thomas Maires (1650 free) qualified as individuals, while sophomores Eric Donahoo and Spencer Lewis were also part of men's relays teams that made the lists.
Sophomore Shyla Motley (1650 free, 50 breaststroke, 100 breastroke) and freshmen Alicia Romero (50 breaststroke), Gaby Romero (50 fly, 100 fly), Christina Robledo (50 back, 100 back) and Abby Puczkowski (100 free, 200 free, 100 back) qualified as individuals, while freshmen Jessie Ball and Taylor Amstutz were also part of women's relay teams that made the lists.
The All-American teams consist of the Top 16 performances in the nation in each event. Chung finished with the second-best time in the country in the 100 backstroke (48.53 seconds) and the third-best time in the 50 freestyle (20.00) and 100 freestyle (44.44),
Of the 14, 11 of the student-athletes also carried a 3.2 GPA or better to earn Academic All-America honors.