|High School:||Fox Lane|
2009-10: Named to the 2010 Division I CollegeSwimming.com Mid Major All-America First Team …. qualified for the NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving championships … ranked 18th in the nation with his cut time of 19.72 … set the school record in both the 50 free (19.72) and the 100 free (43.91), as well as the 200 medley relay record and the 200 free relay school and pool records … Ivy League champion in the 50 and 100 free … earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in the 50 and 100 free … earned second team All-Ivy League honors in the 200 free relay, the 200 medley relay and the 400 medley relay … was the top individual point scorer for the Lions at the 2010 Ivy League championships … also scored points in the 400 free relay (3rd – 3:00.52) and the 100 back (3rd – 49.11) … went undefeated in the 50 and 100 free in dual meets all season.
2008-09: School record holder in the 50 free (19.84)... scored at EISLs in the 50 free (sixth – 20.11) and 100 free (sixth – 44.33) ... part of the school-record holding 200 medley relay team (1:30.40) and the school-record holding 200 free relay squad (1:20.60) ... EISL point scorer in the 200 free relay (fourth), the 400 free relay (fifth), the 200 medley relay (sixth), and the 400 medley relay (seventh).
At Fox Lane High: All-American in four events, including two relays ... Section 1 champion in two events as a senior ... state champion in 50 free ... set section and state meet record in that event ... third place at NSCA Junior Nationals ... personal bests of 20.58 in the 50 free, 46.08 in the 100 free and 51.63 in the 100 back ... earned five letters ... captained team as a senior ... team was state champion twice and section champion three times.
Personal: Majoring in political science ... uncle, Alan Dial, played football for UCLA and in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles ... grandfather was Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., former New York Congressman.