Sealth's Montemayor joins Redhawks

Seattle University men’s swimming head coach Craig Nisgor has announced that Chief Sealth senior Morgan Montemayor has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University and join the Redhawk swim program starting in the 2014-15 academic year.

Montemayor finished in second place in the 100 backstroke during the recent Washington 3A state championships as he represented Chief Sealth High School, earning a senior national cut in the event.
A two-time qualifier for the state championship meet, Montemayor was a captain of the Seahawk varsity swim team. He also competed for the King Aquatic Club for the past four years, qualifying for the Junior Nationals in the 100 backstroke.

“Morgan has already made his senior national qualifying time and is coming in with times that are scoring in the conference. We know he will just continue to keep on improving,” said Nisgor.

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