The Middle Tennessee High School Swimming Association announced its 2021-2022 postseason award winners during the association's annual banquet on Wednesday, March 23 at Montgomery Bell Academy.
By Justin Karpinos, HS Dean of Student Life & HS Swimming Head Coach
University School of Nashville's Anna Hulan '25 was named to the all-Middle Tennessee High School Swimming Association first team. Anna was the runner-up at the MTHSSA region championship in the 200 individual medley and placed fourth in the 100 freestyle, scoring 32 individual points. Her performances also contributed to the girls team's fifth place team finish at the meet.
Anna went on to place third in the 200 IM at the Tennessee Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association state championship two weeks later, and added a 12th place finish in the 100 breaststroke. Also, she was a valuable contributor to the 8th and 11th place finishes in USN's 200 and 400 freestyle relays, respectively.
The MTHSSA is composed of over 1,500 athletes in grades 9-12, representing over 75 public school, independent school, and homeschool teams in 40 counties across the region. MTHSSA runs a separate middle school program of comparable size as well.
Lower School naturalists experienced a total of 187 nature-based experiences, including journeys, forest days, canoe and kayak adventures, and nature study lessons here on campus during the 2022-2023 academic year.
University School of Nashville invites all public, private, and charter high school students and their families to meet admissions officers from historically Black colleges & universities and "The Guide to College for Black Families" authors Tim Fields and Shereem Herndon-Brown.