Swimming

Awards & Recognition

During the 2019-20 season, the 200 free relay foursome of Ellia Lisac ’21, Ellie Hanna ’22, Camryn Koonce ’22 and Mateja Rudmann ’22 set a new school record and went on to finish 20th in the state. It was Beaumont’s first trip to the state meet since 2013. The 2019-20 team finished 11th at the Division II District Meet.

Notable Alumna

Margaret Eppright Casey ’07, was a four-time state qualifier while in high school, and went on to swim in college at the University of Missouri and later for Miami University. She still holds the school record in the 50 yard free, and also serves as an assistant coach for the swim team.

Tania Younkin, Head Coach

Coach Younkin won a state title while a high school athlete in the state of Colorado. She was a big part of a Poudre High School’s lone girls swimming state championship team in 1992-93 as she won the state title in the 100 yard butterfly event. After graduation, she went on to swim collegiately at the University of North Dakota. Younkin won the Division II 100 yard butterfly in 1997 and the following year was a member of the national champion 200 yard medley relay team. The 16-time All-American was one of just four Fighting Sioux swimmers in program history to earn the Grace Rhonemus Award, handed out annually to UND’s top female student-athlete.