The 2019 NISCA All-American list was recently released with 13 swimmers from Kingwood High School achieving honors.
The National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) is a professional organization that supports high school
coaches of all aquatic sports and is dedicated to coaches’ education and athlete recognition through the All-America
Each year an “All-America” time is determined and the fastest 100 athletes as determined by time in each event
earns All-America status.
From the Kingwood boys' swim team, making the NISCA All-America Team includes Jacob Bass in both the 200 I.M. and 100
breaststroke. Bass swam third in both events at the UIL State Meet this past season, finishing with a time of 1 minute, 49.37
seconds in the 200-I.M. and 56.09 in the 100 breaststroke.
Bass also swam legs in both the 200 medley- and 400 free-relay teams that earned NISCA All-America honors. He swam with
Jordan Anderson, Zach Cantrell and Caleb Doehring to a second-place finish (1:31.76) at the recent state meet. He also teamed
up with Connor Little, Garret Green and Victor Tremblay to a sixth-place finish (3:07.84) in the 400 free relay at the state
The Kingwood boys' 200 free-relay team of Tremblay, Anderson, Luke Langley and Doehring, which swam fourth (1:24.77) at
the state meet, also earned NISCA All-America honors as did Tremblay in both the 200 and 100 freestyles, where he finished
second (1:38.01) and fifth (45.75) respectively at the state meet.
In addition, Anderson, who swam fourth (49.60) at the state meet, also earned NISCA All-America recognition.
From the Kingwood girls' swim team, Abi Aherns (100 backstroke), who swam second (54.56) at the state meet, and Serena
Gould (100 free), who finished sixth (50.81) at the state meet, earned NISCA All-America honors as did the 200 free-relay
team comprised of Gould, Alexis Newman, Madison Lloyd and Sophie Ebert. The team swam fourth (1:35.77) at the state