Riley, Mendelson, and Riggs Named to USA Swimming’s Scholastic All American Team 2009‏

Posted by Andy Durham on October 7, 2009 at 2:11 pm under Amateur, College, High School | 3 Comments to Read

The Greensboro Swimming Association is proud to announce that three of its athletes have been named to USA Swimming’s Scholastic All-America Team based on their outstanding academic and swimming achievements in the 2008-2009 season. This year’s GSA honorees are:

· Kate Riley, a 2009 graduate of Northwest Guilford High School and now a freshman swimmer at Georgia Tech

· Willie Mendelson, a senior at Grimsley High School

· Lexi Riggs, a junior at Northwest Guilford High School

Kate Riley has been named to the Scholastic All-America Team for all three years of her eligibility. This is the first year for both Mendelson and Riggs.

The Scholastic All-America Team is a national program that recognizes high school student-athletes who have completed 10th, 11th or 12th grade with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and have attained a Junior National Bonus Event time standard during the eligibility period. Additional information is available at

About The Greensboro Swimming Association:

Established in 1946, GSA is a USA Swimming Club with 250 athletes at all levels of proficiency from beginning swimmers to National and International level competitors. GSA has been recognized by USA Swimming as a Bronze Medal Club for its sound business practices and its swimmers’ achievements, a distinction awarded to the top swimming clubs in the USA. GSA hosts the Eastern Invitational, one of the country’s oldest swim meets, at Lindley Park Pool. The club is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization. Visit for more information.

  • Mick said,

    Toot! Toot!

    That’s my girl!

  • Carl said,

    A very proud Dad you should be! Congratulation Lexi!

  • Papaw said,

    You forgot to mention how good looking Lexi is.