Chelsea Ye, ClassenSophomore200 Freestyle No sophomore slump for Ye, who once again was dominant. She won this event by nearly 14 seconds and had the best time in the event by nearly three seconds, regardless of class. Also won the 100 free. Swimmer of the Year
Lizzy Whitbeck, McGuinnessSenior200 IM There was a lot of pressure on Whitbeck and the Irish girls to repeat, and they did in style. Whitbeck won this event and the 100 breaststroke and was a part of two relay-winning teams.
Kimmie Reneau, WestmooreSophomore50 Freestyle Came out of nowhere to have a huge year for the Jaguars. Reneau placed fifth in this event, and she also placed third in the 100 back. She will be a swimmer to watch next year.
Crista Riggs, Ed. Santa FeSenior100 Butterfly It was a great season for Santa Fe, with Riggs leading the way. She placed second in this event and fourth in the 200 individual medley while the Wolves placed a program-best fifth.
Abbie Imes, Edmond NorthFreshman100 Freestyle Imes might be the next great Edmond swimmer in a long line of them. She placed third in this event, and the Huskies placed third in the team race.
Jacque Medina, NormanJunior500 Freestyle Medina was a huge reason why Norman placed sixth in the team race. She placed second in this event and also placed third in the 200 freestyle.
Alex Ballard, SouthmooreFreshman100 Backstroke Showed she belonged on the biggest stage with a couple of great outings at the state meet. Ballard placed second in this event and also placed second in the 200 individual medley.
Kaitlin Kliewer, Ed. MemorialJunior100 Breaststroke Kliewer was the most consistent swimmer for a solid Memorial squad. She placed fifth in this event and in the 200 freestyle, and the Bulldogs placed fourth in the team race. Coach of the Year
Steve Riggs, EdmondIt’s a different cast of characters every year, but the same success. The balance for the Edmond teams was incredible this year as North placed third, Memorial placed fourth and Santa Fe had a fantastic season in placing fifth.