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Newsday's All-Long Island boys swimming team 2015

Meet the athletes who made it onto Newsday's All-Long Island boys swimming team for the 2014-15 winter season.

CONNOR BROWN Long Island Swimmer of the Year
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CONNOR BROWN

Long Island Swimmer of the Year

Garden City, Senior

The Notre Dame commit and winner of the Most Outstanding Swimmer award at the state meet, Brown won the 200 free in an All-American Consideration time of 1:39.34 and the 500 free in an Automatic All-American time of 4:27.46. Brown, a senior, had never won a state title. Garden City coach Anne Sullivan said both marks are Nassau County records. With Brown leading the way, Garden City finished third at the state meet.

PATRICK CARTER West Islip, Sophomore Carter, who placed
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PATRICK CARTER

West Islip, Sophomore

Carter, who placed eighth in the state meet, won his third straight Suffolk diving title with a county-record 595.15-point total.

MOUSTAFA IBRAHIM Bellmore-Merrick, Senior Ibrahim won the Nassau
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MOUSTAFA IBRAHIM

Bellmore-Merrick, Senior

Ibrahim won the Nassau diving title, shattering his county record with a 567.31. Ibrahim placed ninth at the state meet.

BEN HOWARD St. Anthony's 200 medley relay Tyler
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BEN HOWARD

St. Anthony's 200 medley relay

Tyler Meyers, Ben Howard, Zachary Towers and Sean Cannon won the state championship in an All-American Consideration time of 1:34.86.

GUNTHER CASSELL Huntington-Harborfields, Senior The three-time state
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GUNTHER CASSELL

Huntington-Harborfields, Senior

The three-time state champ and four-time All-American set a state record, winning the 100 breaststroke championship in 54.51 seconds.

ALEX PARK Half Hollow Hills, Sophomore Alex Park
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ALEX PARK

Half Hollow Hills, Sophomore

Alex Park recorded a personal-best and All-American Consideration time while winning the 200 individual medley state championship in 1:51.60.

ZACHARY TOWERS St. Anthony’s, Senior Zachary Towers finished
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ZACHARY TOWERS

St. Anthony’s, Senior

Zachary Towers finished second in the state in the 200 individual medley (1:53.01) and fourth in the 100 fly (50.50). Towers also was a member of the Friars' All-American 200 medley and 400 free relays.

SEAN CANNON St. Anthony's, Junior Cannon was third
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SEAN CANNON

St. Anthony's, Junior

Cannon was third in the state in the 50 free with an All-American Consideration time of 20.97 seconds and fourth in the 100 free at 46.24. Cannon also was a member of the Friars' All-American 200 medley and 400 free relays.

NOAH CHERNIK St. Anthony's 400 free relay Sean
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NOAH CHERNIK

St. Anthony's 400 free relay

Sean Cannon, Zachary Towers, Tyler Meyers and Noah Chernik swam to second place in an All-American consideration time of 3:08.59.

TYLER MEYERS St. Anthony's 200 medley relay and
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TYLER MEYERS

St. Anthony's 200 medley relay and 400 free relay

Tyler Meyers, Ben Howard, Zachary Towers and Sean Cannon won the state 200 medley relay championship in an All-American Consideration time of 1:34.86. Meyers, Cannon, Zachary Towers and Noah Chernik also swam to second place in the 400 free relay in an All-American consideration time of 3:08.59.

DAN MCBRIDE St. Anthony's Coach of the Year
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DAN MCBRIDE

St. Anthony's

Coach of the Year

SECOND TEAM Ryan Brown, Garden City, Jr. Luke
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SECOND TEAM
Ryan Brown, Garden City, Jr.

Luke Cowden, Huntington-Harborfields, Sr.

Matthew DeVito, Smithtown, Sr. (pictured)

Max Willard, Long Beach, Sr.

Half Hollow Hills 200 free relay: James Gordin, Sr.; Justin Chang, Jr.; Dylan Chan, Fr.; Alex Park, So.

Half Hollow Hills 400 free relay: James Gordin, Sr.; Justin Chang, Jr.; Dylan Chan, Fr.; Alex Park, So.

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