Woodbury Waves

An Irvine Community Swim Team


REPORT: Waves vs. Quail Hill 2016

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The Woodbury Waves swam an impressive second dual meet of the season against the Quail Hill Barracudas. The Waves posted 140 time improvements. There were 61 Waves swimmers with ISL qualifying times. There was a sweep in the individual event for 11-12 boys freestyle and 12-13 girls freestyle. The 5-6 girls, 7-8 girls, 13-14 girls and 15-18 boys finished in first place in all of their individual events. Other age groups that earned first place ribbons in one or more of their individual events were: 5-6 boys in butterfly, 7-8 boys in backstroke, 9-10 girls in butterfly, backstroke and breaststroke, 9-10 boys in freestyle, 11-12 girls in backstroke, 11-12 boys in butterfly, breaststroke and freestyle, 13-14 boys in breaststroke and freestyle, and 15-18 girls in backstroke, breast stroke and freestyle. The girls 9-10, 13-14 and 15-18 age groups all came in first in their 100 individual medleys.

Joey Nesland, Ruth Wu and Tiffany Lee earned first place ribbons in all 3 of their individual events. Nathan Lo, Gwyneth Stanisai, Emese Szekely, Lily Nesland, Darren Nguyen, Grant Kramer, Peyton Shim, Kevin Lu, Justin Kim, Adam Lam, Ashley Pham, Justin Pai, Eden Yeh, Kia Sowlati, Ryan Lee, Dustin Nguyen, Mailynh Nguyen, Hayley Pham, Hana Roushdy, Justin Aoki, and Nick Oneill also came in first place in one or more of their individual events.

Gabriel Chen, Noah Fong, Sophia Guntrip, Troy Hill, Nathan Jurado, Justin Kim, Allison Kramer, Elliott Leblond, Nidhii Marar, Addy Ngo, Titus Ng, Leah Suh, David Woo and Amira Zayed all earned second place ribbons.

Woodbury Waves mixed relay teams which earned first place finishes were: Leah Suh, Gwyneth Stanisai, Joey Nesland and Nathan Lo in 5-6 100 medley; Elise Ngo, Ruth Wu, Troy Hill and Grant Kramer in 9-10 200 medley; Robin Yeh, Elise Sullivan, Titus Ng and Allison Kramer in 11-12 200 medley; Nathan Jurado, Justin Pai, Kia Sowlati and Sophia Guntrip in 13-14 200 medley; Hayley Pham, Dustin Nguyen, Ryan Lee and Nick Oneill in 15-18 200 medley; Kasra Sowlati, Peyton Shim, Bradin Chung and Julian Barnes in 9-10 200 freestyle; Justin Kim, Adam Lam, Avery Ngo and Gabriel Chen in 11-12 200 freestyle; Nick Oneill, Ryan Lee, Justin Aoki and Hana Roushdy in 15-18 200 freestyle.

After two duals meets this season, the Waves swimmers who have achieved ISL qualifying times for all five events (butterfly, backstroke, individual medley, breaststroke, and freestyle) are Gabriel Chen, Bradin Chung, Camryn Chung, Sophia Hill, Jun Kim, Justin Kim, Allison Kramer, Grant Kramer, Adam Lam, Avery Ngo, Elise Ngo, Dustin Nguyen, Kasra Sowlati, Elise Sullivan, Barnie Szekely and David Woo.

Swimmers who have achieved ISL qualifying times in four events are Justin Aoki, Julian Barnes, Nylah Canalita, Neil Chaudhry, Sophia Guntrip, Ryan Lee, Tiffany Lee, Nathan Lo, Kevin Lu, Joey Nesland, Lily Nesland, Addy Ngo, Titus Ng, Mailynh Nguyen, Hana Roushdy, Ryan Shattuck, Kia Sowlati, Emma Suh, Leah Suh, Emese Szekely, Eden Yeh and Robin Yeh.

Waves swimmers with ISL qualifying times in three events are Ryan Austin, Tristan Chung, Ryan Hatcher, Troy Hill, Nathan Jurado, Benjamin Kim, Maddy Kim, Nidhii Marar, Brianna Michaelis, Carolyn Nguyen, Darren Nguyen, Kristine Nguyen, Gavin Nicholson, Matthew Oneill, Justin Pai, Ashley Pham, Hayley Pham, Peyton Shim, Gwyneth Stanisai, Noah Wilmot and Ruth Wu.

Waves swimmers with ISL qualifying times in two events are Blake Chen, Noah Fong, Kamille Le, Nick Oneill and Nicholas Pucket.

The following swimmers have achieved the ISL qualifying time for one event: Summer Chen, Galileo Chen, Arvin Kupumbati, Autumn Lentz, Holden Pimentel, Sophia Pucket, Mia Sullivan, Sophia Williams and Ella-Blue Wilmot.

Waves swimmers who had time improvements in three events were Ryan Austin, Julian Barnes, Ella Dominguez, Rykyn Fann, Jake Hamiprodjo, Kate Memannis, Mei Ling Patragnoni, Emma Suh, Penny Wei and Sarah Williams.

Swimmers who posted time improvements in two events were Amee Aarhus, Neil Chaudhry, Galileo Chen, Camryn Chung, Tristan Chung, Desch Cole, Noah Fong, Ally Hamiprodjo, Benjamin Kim, Chris Kim, Justin Kim, Maddy Kim, Adam Lam, Ethan Lam, Elliott Leblond, Irene Lee, Tiffany Lee, Kristen Lew, Kevin Lu, Nidhii Marar, Lily Nesland, Holden Pimentel, Hudson Pimentel, Zachary Saito, Ryan Shattuck, Peyton Shim, Skylar Shim, Gwyneth Stanisai, Leah Suh, Barnie Szekely, Connor Williams, David Woo, John Woo, Ruth Wu, Emily Yeh and Amira Zayed.

Waves swimmers posting time improvements of five seconds or more were Galahad Chen, Haydin Chung, Desch Cole, Ally Hamiprodjo, Jake Hamiprodjo, Ethan Lam, Lucas Ou, Hudson Pimentel, Skylar Shim, Leah Suh, Derek Vovan, Penny Wei, Sarah Williams, Sophia Williams and Emily Yeh.

Excellent job, Waves!

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REMINDER: Volunteer Roles

We have heard that some families are not able to find open slots on VolunteerSpot. It is highly recommended that you check VolunteerSpot regularly for any open slots that come available.

Sign up for this Saturday’s meet (June 25th) is now locked for anyone to sign up or cancel. Despite that, we still have a few slots that need to be filled. Please contact Wendy Pimentel with the desired role and she will add you manually.

Available roles:
  • Meet Set Up
  • 1st Shift Runner
  • 2nd Shift Free Agent
  • 2nd Shift Runner
As a reminder, you can add or cancel your role anytime before Thursday 6:00pm for the coming Saturday’s meet. After Thursday’s deadline you are only locked in for that week’s meet only. Future volunteer roles are still open to make any changes you wish. Each family is also required to volunteer a minimum of 18 hours. All missed shifts without a substitute will be fined $25 per shift missed. Thank you for your volunteer contributions.

Go Waves!