North Allegheny senior Quinn Frost signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at the University of Rhode Island.
As a junior last season, Frost was part of a 200 Free Relay team that won WPIAL gold and placed eighth at the PIAA championships. She was also named All-American in the 200 Free Relay and qualified for states. Frost and her 200 Free Relay teammates won WPIAL bronze her sophomore year as well in 2019 and was a state qualifier.
Next season, Frost will join a Rhode Island program that competes in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
North Allegheny senior Olivia Kisow has signed her letter of intent to continue her swimming and academic career at NCAA Division II Colorado School of Mines.
Kisow has been an outstanding contributor to a North Allegheny girls’ swimming and diving program that has captured 12 consecutive WPIAL titles. As a junior, Kisow was a member of the 200 Medley Relay team that won WPIAL gold and PIAA silver. She was also on the 400 Free Relay team that took first place at both the WPIAL and PIAA championships. Individually, Kisow won WPIAL bronze in the 500 Free.
Kisow and three of her teammates set the North Allegheny Pool Record in the 200 Medley Relay in 2019.
In college, Kisow will join a Colorado School of Mines program that took second place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference last season.
North Allegheny senior Haley Miller has signed her letter of intent to continue her swimming and academic career at NCAA Division II Clarion University.
At Clarion, Miller will be reunited with former North Allegheny swimmer Michaela Hinkson and diver Addie Restelli. Last season, Clarion earned a fourth-place finish at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) championships.
North Allegheny senior Maya Ennis has signed her letter of intent to continue her diving and academic career at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
Ennis has been a valuable member of a North Allegheny girls’ swimming and diving program that has captured 12 straight WPIAL titles. Leaving behind a nine-year club gymnastics career during her freshman year, Ennis set her focus full time on diving. Those dividends immediately paid off for Ennis, who finished fifth in WPIAL competition and 19th at states in her rookie season.
As a sophomore, Ennis took second place at the WPIAL Diving championship and 13th at the PIAA championships in 2019. Last season, she continued her success with another silver medal at the WPIAL Diving championship and took bronze at the PIAA Diving finals and was named an All-American.
Ennis will join a Yale swimming and diving program that finished third at the Ivy League championships last winter. Ennis is undecided on her major at Yale University but would like to pursue a career in medicine.
North Allegheny senior Molly Smyers has signed her letter of intent to continue her swimming and academic career at George Washington University in Washington D.C.
Smyers has been a valuable member of a North Allegheny girls’ swimming and diving program that has captured 12 straight WPIAL titles. Typically outlasting her opponents in the 500 Free, Smyers has won gold in that event three consecutive seasons at the WPIAL Class AAA championships. She is also a part of a 400 Free Relay team that has claimed WPIAL gold three straight years and took first in the state last season. In 2019, Smyers and three of her teammates set the NA pool record in the 400 Free Relay with a time of 3:30.07.
Adding to her individual accomplishments, Smyers garnered one WPIAL gold and two WPIAL silver medals in 200 Free over the past three seasons.
In college, Smyers will join a rising George Washington University swimming program in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Last season, GWU won its first ACC crown in program history with a team score of 608, outdistancing second-place Fordham by 74 points.
On Friday night, sophomore Christina Shi set a new school and pool record for diving at North Allegheny with a score of 303.35. For a highlight reel of all six of Shi’s dives, check out the video below.
Additionally, senior Tim Compton picked up individual wins in the 100-yard fly, the 500-yard free and was part of two relay winning teams in the 200-yard medley and the 400-yard free. He was named the Boys Swimming Wright Automotive Swimmer of the Meet. For a highlight’s of Compton’s performance, check out the video below. The entire swim meet from Friday night vs. Seneca Valley can be seen by clicking here.