Manheim Township’s Amy Yunginger and Warwick’s Joe Moll have received All-American honors from the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA). The Top 100 swimmers in the country from each event receive such an honor.
Yunginger placed 39th in the 100 butterfly and Moll finished 69th in the 200 IM and 98th in the 100 backstroke in states.
Both were named L-L’s Most Valuable Swimmers for the second straight year and were both All-League honorees.
Moll is headed to Dartmouth.
Pennsylvania finished with 331 All-American swimmers, including 182 boys and 149 girls. California led the nation with 420 boys and 315 girls recognized.
The video highlights Manheim Township’s Amy Yunginger winning the Class 3A 100 butterfly in 54 seconds, beating the Township school record at Bucknell University in the PIAA swimming and diving championships.
This was her fifth consecutive record time last season in this event.