2019 13-15 and Junior Champions Named

April 29, 2019, 11:43 a.m. (ET)

13-15 Combo Podium

Photo Credit: John Migliore @ Migz Media Group

Riverside, California – For anyone who missed the 13-15 and Junior Championships earlier in April, here is a snapshot of the ending results.

 

13-15 Championship

The award for Coach of the Year was presented to: Heather Carrasco (Santa Clara Aquamaids)

The award for High Point Athlete was presented to: Megumi Field (La Mirada Aquabelles)

The top three places for Solos were: Megumi Field (La Mirada Aquabelles), Claire Kim (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Riley Morgan (Santa Clara Aquamaids)

The top three placers for Duets were: Claire Kim and Riley Morgan (Santa Clara Aquamaids), Sarine Cho and Megumi Field (La Mirada Aquabelles), Yujin Chang and Emily Ding (Santa Clara Aquamaids)

The top three placers for Teams were: The Santa Clara Aquamaids, The Walnut Creek Aquanuts and The Santa Clara Aquamaids

The top three placers for Combos were: The Walnut Creek Aquanuts, The Santa Clara Aquamaids and The New Canaan Y Aquinas

 

Junior Championship

The award for Coach of the Year was presented to: Tammy McGregor (Walnut Creek Aquanuts)

The award for High Point Athlete was presented to: Yara Elian (Walnut Creek Aquanuts)

The top three places for Solos were: Yara Elian (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Ava Jih-Schiff (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Chiara Steele (Santa Clara Aquamaids)

The top three placers for Duets were: Abigail Kartzinel and Avian Nguyen (La Mirada Aquabelles), Miko Begossi and Ava Jih-Schiff (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), Chiara Steel and Marilyn Weaver (Santa Clara Aquamaids)

The top three placers for Teams were: The Walnut Creek Aquanuts, The Santa Clara Aquamaids and The Arizona Dessert Dolphins

The top three placers for Combos were: The Walnut Creek Aquanuts, The Santa Clara Aquamaids and The La Mirada Aquabelles

 

Full results for the 2019 13-15 and Junior Championships can be found HERE.