‘We’re a well-rounded team’: Midgets swim and dive team aims for improved results at state

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The Dickinson High girls swim and dive team will travel to West Fargo on the evening of Thursday, Nov. 8, for the 2018 State Swimming and Diving meet taking place that weekend. The team will do so with its largest class of individual state-qualifiers in program history.

One year after 10 swimmers were sent to state, the Midgets will have 15 girls participating on the grand stage this year.

“When you got 15 out of 20, basically three-fourths of the team qualifying for state, you definitely have depth on the team,” Midgets head coach Jenna Wolf said. “We’re a well-rounded team with a lot of versatility within the group too, where it’s not just one event that’s stacked with all of our swimmers; we have a swimmer in every event.”

  • Date: 2018-11-07T23:30:20-06:00
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