The Carleton University Synchro Team is based out of the Ravens Nest at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.
In the 2017-18 Season, Carleton entered an experienced team, two novice solos, an experienced solo, and an experienced trio. They also co-hosted nationals held at Brock University in St. Catherine’s, Ontario.
Their experienced team placed third at Nationals this year, with a score of 70.4667 and qualified to compete at the Canadian National Championships in Windsor, Ontario, where they placed 4th in a stacked competition complete with members of the Senior Canadian National Team.
The experienced team this year consisted of: Elise Bordeleau, Sophia Brandt, Elizabeth Cross, MacKenzie Lafreniere, and Sydney Van Bakel.
Their novice soloists this season were Vika Bereza and Jill Turner. Their experienced soloist was Greer Gemin, and their experienced trio swimmers were Elise Bordeleau, Elizabeth Cross, and MacKenzie Lafreniere.
Carleton University was founded in the 2012-13 season by Erika Wagner. What started out as just a soloist with her friend from club synchro Alicia Renaud coaching her, ended the year with a self-coached 6 person team on top of her solo. Erika qualified for the Canadian Open that year after placing first at Nationals, and the club has now grown exponentially in both skill, numbers, and awareness within their university, and has even added a novice program.
In 2017, the club won the National Title in the Combo competition. In April 2016, the club received the CUSA award for most improved competitive sports team at Carleton University.
We are excited to see what Carleton has in store for their future! Contact them at email@example.com.