Jesuit Swim Teams Win State Titles, Coach Butcher Sets Oregon Record

Jesuit Swim Teams Win State Titles, Coach Butcher Sets Oregon Record

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Congratulations to the Jesuit men’s and women’s swim teams on their 2024 OSAA 6A state championships last weekend! Their achievements mark the 17th and 18th state titles under Coach Bryan Butcher, making him the all-time winningest swim coach in Oregon history. Coach Butcher has the most women’s titles with 10 championships and the second-highest number of championships for men’s swimming with 8 titles.

Jesuit’s women’s team showed their depth at the state championships, with multiple medal winners in both individual and relay events. Their relay teams placed second in the 200-yard medley and 400-yard freestyle. In individual events, Jesuit women placed second, third, fourth, and sixth in the 200-yard freestyle and second, third, and fourth in the 500-yard freestyle. With a team score of 107 points, this was the women’s team’s second consecutive state title and 12th state championship in school history.

The Jesuit men’s team also swam strong in the 200-yard medley, placing second in both the individual and the relay races. Jesuit men placed third in the 200-yard freestyle relay and third in the 400-yard freestyle. Kadyn Butcher ‘24 broke the Jesuit High School swim record in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 21.34. With a final team point finish of 93.5, Jesuit men won their second consecutive state title and 10th state championship overall. 

Congratulations to this talented group of swimmers and their dedicated coach on these remarkable achievements!

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