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Swimmers and Divers Named Scholar Athletes

37 Swimmers and Divers Named 2015-16 Scholar Athletes

Congratulations to the following members of the Girls and Boys Swimming and Diving team for being named as Scholar Athletes at Waukesha South or Mukwonago High Schools.  This is a tremendous honor for our swimming and diving program!  In order to be named Scholar Athlete the student must have at least a 3.50 GPA for the school year.

“I am extremely proud of the swimmers and divers that were named as Scholar Athletes!  These athletes have shown that they can be successful both in the pool and out, and that they have learned how to balance their athletic and academic workloads.  Congratulations and keep up the good work!”, said Head Coach Blaine Carlson.

2015-16 Scholar Athletes

Freshmen Class

  • Abby Barrett
  • Grace Beyer
  • Monica Ho
  • Meghan Jagdfeld
  • Mikala Leppla
  • Neha Pai
  • Isabella Shockly
  • Anastasia Sobieski
  • Lauren Szolyga
  • Cole Zinda

Sophomore Class

  • Hannah Breitenfeldt
  • Connor Clemetson
  • Alyzza Cruz
  • Conrad Farrell
  • Madison Glusick
  • Isabella Houle
  • Sofia Rodriguez

Junior Class

  • Emma Baertlein
  • Samantha Behl
  • Nathan Carlson
  • Frances Dent
  • Madeleine Hollman
  • Ethan Huskey
  • Samantha James
  • Hannah Jaworski
  • Ben Landwehr
  • Ben Mee
  • Jeremy Nagy
  • Natasha Pellegrini
  • Kaitie Scanlan
  • Kennedy Tranel
  • Sam Wade

Senior Class

  • Alicia Beam
  • Camila Flores
  • Brittany Jakobi
  • Shelby Soderberg
  • Brooke Zader

2016 WIAA Sectional Team Champs!

WIAA Sectional Meet Team Champions

Nine Blackshirts to Compete at WIAA State Meet

Congratulations to the Waukesha South/CMH Boys Swimming team on their recent WIAA Greenfield Sectional Meet Championship performance.  The Blackshirts came away with the team title scoring 361 points with runner up Greenfield scoring 321 and 3rd place Muskego finishing with 316 points.

The Blackshirts advanced 9 swimmers competing in three relays and 12 individual events to the WIAA Division 1 State Meet.  The meet is held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Natatorium on Saturday, February 20.

The following Blackshirts will be competing in the WIAA State Meet:

200 Medley Relay

  • Connor Clemetson
  • Gabe Castillo
  • John Acevedo
  • Jeremy Nagy

200 Freestyle

  • Nathan Carlson
  • Sam Wade

50 Freestyle

  • Conrad Farrell

100 Butterfly

  • John Acevedo
  • Nathan Carlson

100 Freestyle

  • Conrad Farrell

500 Freestyle

  • John Acevedo
  • Connor Clemetson
  • Andrew Derzay
  • Ben Mee

200 Freestyle Relay

  • Conrad Farrell
  • Nathan Carlson
  • Sam Wade
  • Jeremy Nagy

100 Backstroke

  • Connor Clemetson
  • Ben Mee

400 Freestyle Relay

  • Conrad Farrell
  • Nathan Carlson
  • John Acevedo
  • Sam Wade

Great job swimmers, parents, and coaches. 




Legendary Waukesha High School Swimming Coach Passes Away

Legendary Coach Phil Cibik

It is with great sadness that I pass on the news that legendary Waukesha Swimming Coach Phil Cibik passed away on Tuesday evening (01/12) of last week.  Coach Cibik was a pioneer and a guiding force for swimming in Waukesha in the 1960’s and early 1970’s.  His career started in the early 1960’s as an assistant to another coaching great Rollie Bestor.

Some of Phil Cibik’s coaching highlights:

  • Won 6 out of 7 WIAA State Championships as Head Coach
  • Won 7 out of 7 Suburban Conference Championships
  • Career dual meet record of 141-1
  • Coached 14 High School All-Americans in his seven years as Head Coach.

A quote from Coach Cibik regarding the remarkable success of the Waukesha High School swim team:

“The thing I’m most proud of is the fact that three coaches, Rollie Bestor, myself and Ron Hart, finished first 14 times and second three times in 17 years.  That’s an incredible run of success.  I was an assistant coach to Rollie and when he left, I took over.  When I left Ron Hart took over, and all three of us are still friends to this day.”  (Two of those second place finishes were close defeats by 4 and 6 points.)

“It was a special time and place to be part of this winning tradition, probably will never be repeated again.”

Coach Cibik was just recently inducted into the Waukesha Swimming Wall of Fame in November and his coaching career guided hundreds and hundreds of swimmers.  Perhaps even more important than the Championship victories and more than 100 wins was the life lessons that he imparted on his swimmers.  Life skills that everyone that I have talked to about the early days of success in swimming in Waukesha all refer to.  Coach Cibik taught hard work and discipline, taught swimmers how to work together as a TEAM, taught leadership, and pushed his swimmers to be great citizens.

The Cibik family has set up a Memorial Fund in his name with the Waukesha Express Swim Team to continue to help young swimmers in Waukesha develop as athletes and people.  There is a link on the homepage of our team’s website at for those wishing to donate to the Phil Cibik Memorial Fund.

RIP Coach Cibik!


Congratulations Seniors! Last Home dual meet as Blackshirts

  • 2015-16 Meet Info.
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  • 2015-16 Results

Recent Waukesha South Boys Swim News

Important Dates to Remember

10/20/2015, 2:15pm CDT
By Blaine Carlson

Monday, December 28, 2015 -- P.M. practice cancelled!

Due to the weather we are canceling practice for this afternoon.  We WILL be back for practice on Tuesday morning.


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Blackshirts Swim to 2nd Place at Jim Voss (Cedar Rapids) Invite

Blackshirt Boys Finish Third at Marquette Invite

Blackshirts swim to win at Beloit Invite

Blackshirts swim to win at Beloit Invite

Waukesha South/CMH impresses with four records at Beloit Invite

Dec 20 2015

Waukesha South/Catholic Memorial won eight events and set four meet records along the way in taking the College Events Invite hosted by Beloit Memorial.


The Blackshirts scored 555 to top McFarland with 443.5 points. Waunkaee (372) edged Verona/Mt. Horeb (356) for third place.


South/CMH got double wins from junior Nathan Carlson on the 200 free and 100 fly, sophomore Conrad Farrell in the 50 and 100 frees, and sophomore John Acevedo in the 200 fly and 500 free. Farrell set meet records with both of his wins (22.35 in the 50 free; 48.88 in the 100 free), Acevedo went under 5 minutes to set a new standard in the 500 free (4:54.73), and Carlson took down his own meet record in the 100 fly (53.88). The Blackshirts also won the 400 and 800 free relays.


McFarland picked up wins from its 400 medley relay, along with Noah Schimanski in the 200 IM and Joe Heiser in the 200 backstroke.


Two other meet records were set on the day: Verona/MH's Bryce Hoppe won the 100 breaststroke with a meet record-time of 1:05.84, while DeForest's Ryan Ramminger set a meet record in winning the 200 breaststroke in 2:20.54.


Other winners at the meet: V/MH's 200 free relay; Waunakee's Jackson Madonia in the 400 IM; and Madison Edgewood's Philip Fochios in the 100 backstroke.

Community Service Project - "Operation Gratitude" for our Troops for the Holidays

Blaine Carlson

Blaine Carlson

Head Coach

Phone: 262-751-7946

Robin Grams

Assistant Coach

Laurie Carlson

Assistant Coach

2016-17 Boys Meet Schedule

Waukesha South/CMH Team Records

Greater 8 Conference Meet Records

WIAA State Meet Records

2015 Championship Meet Times

2015-16 Season Meet times report Acevedo thru Gerum

2015-16 Season Meet top times report Holcomb thru Nault

2015-16 Season Meet top times report Peterson thru Zinda

2015-16 Event Time Rankings