Winter 2017
Sichterman’s decorated career

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Megan Sichterman began swimming around the first grade, at the age of seven.

Now, the decorated Kings High School swimmer (above, second from left) has a 4.556 GPA, an ACT score of 31, and is ranked fourth in the nation for 17-year-olds with a time of 1:00.23.

Now she is headed to the University of Tennessee.  

Megan has qualified for OHSAA high school state in the 200 Medley Relay(2016), 400 Free Relay(2015 and 2016) and 200 Free Relay (2015), she has won state in the 100 butterfly in 2015. Megan also currently holds the Kings High school records for the 50 free, 50 butterfly, 100 butterfly, 500 free, 1650 free, 200 free, 200 IM and the 400 IM.

With a 77-inch wingspan, Megan is obviously a very talented swimmer. But she does not let that go to her head. She’s a strong student who enjoys hanging out with and cheering on her fellow swimming teammates. In fact the No. 1 thing Megan said she loves about swimming: “The life-long friends I’ve gained while doing it”.

After visits to several schools such as Indiana, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Virginia Tech and Tennessee, Megan decided to further her academic and swimming careers at the University of Tennessee. When asked how she made the choice between all these wonderful schools, she said “ The incredible team atmosphere, innovative coaching staff and top notch facilities at Tennessee made my decision relatively easy and I can’t wait to join their team!”

Megan is currently in her final season as a senior at Kings and will be starting the 2017 school year at the University of Tennessee in the fall.

Attached below is the highlight sheet of all Megan’s swimming accomplishments.

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By Evan Warner

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