University Christian Girls Varsity Swimming

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Lady Barracudas Win State Swimming Title; Boys Finish 7th

On February 10 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center the UCHS swim teams turned in historic performances.  Competing in NCISAA Division III (1A/2A combined) the boys team finished in 7th place, highest in school history, while the girls dominated the competition to win the title by a 70 point margin. The Lady Barracudas won six of

Rachel Little is State Champion, Barracuda Teams Make Splash at NCISAA Championships

Led by sophomore Rachel Little,who became the first UCHS athlete ever to earn an individual state title, the Lady Barracudas finished in fourth place and the boys in 15th place at the NCISAA Division III Swimming Championships.  The meet was held Monday, February 11 at the Greensboro Aquatics Center.  Little claimed the only Barracuda gold

Barracuda Swimmers Set to Make a Splash at NCISAA State Meet

  Fresh off boys and girls championships in the Southern Piedmont Athletic Association conference the swimmers from University Christian now prepare to compete in the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association state meet. The Barracudas from UCHS send eight boys and six girls to the NCISAA Division III meet which will be held at the

Lady Barracuda Swimmers Claim First SPAA Championship

At the Hickory Foundation YMCA on January 31 the University Christian High School Lady Barracudas turned in a dominant performance and defeated Hickory Christian, Statesville Christian and United Faith Academy to claim their first ever SPAA Conference title. Led by Rachel Little and Emma Edwards who had two individual titles each and Rachel Priola with

UCHS Swimmers Make Splash at Catawba County Championships

The University Christian High School swimmers fared very well in the annual Catawba County Swim Championships held at Lenoir-Rhyne University on Friday, January 4.  The girls finished third and the boys 4th in the seven team field that included public and private schools from Catawba County. The boys team had the only individual champion for UCHS