Marshall Girls Varsity Swimming

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Head Coach Jessica Jacobs

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Girls Swimming & Diving Finals

Good luck to our Redhawks this weekend in the MHSAA Division 3 State Finals at Eastern Michigan University.  They leave today (Thursday) to compete Friday and Saturday. See links below for additional information and Live Streaming. Click Here for MHSAA Girls Swimming and Diving Information Click Here for to LIVE Stream the Finals!  

Diving Regional at DeWitt

Senior Ally Johnson finished 2nd at the Division 3 Regional in DeWitt on Thursday November 9th which advances her to the state meet November 17th and 18th. Congrats Ally! Sophomore Lexi Holt finished 13th.  Way to go Redhawks! Click Here for complete results

Girls to Defend League Title this Weekend

Best of luck to our Girls Swimming and Diving Team as they compete for another Southwestern and Central Michigan Swim Conference Championship this Friday and Saturday at Harper Creek.  Go Redhawks!

Women’s Swimming Beats Harper

The Marshall Redhawk Women’s Swimming & Diving Team competed in their final home meet of the Season.  The team beat Harper Creek by the score of 102-84.  Julia Mathieu, Natalie Stiner, Tarah Lang, Amaya Walker, & Jaylyn Jones were the winners of the night.  Great job by all swimmers and divers!  

Swimming and Diving Team beat Otsego

The Marshall Redhawk Swimming and Diving Team traveled to Otsego on Tuesday and won by the score of 96-79.  The team amassed 25 lifetimes best swims/scores on the night.  Marshall won all events but one.  The first place winners were; Tarah Lang, Amaya Walker. Kennedy Karns, Julia Mathieu, Larin Long, Natalie Stiner, Lexie Holt, & Chloe Bedwell. 

Women’s Swimming and Diving Team ends in a tie with Plainwell.

What a meet!  The Marshall Redhawk Women’s Swimming and Diving Team hosted the Trojans from Plainwell.  The meet was a great dual between two evenly matched foes.  The meet see-sawed back and forth and ended in a 93-93 tie. The first place wins in the competition was the following swimmers: Julia Mathieu (100 & 200 Free),