MORRISTOWN, NJ - Four Morristown High School swimmers have been named 2019-2020 All-Americans. Grace Miller, Jill Rosenfeld, Molly Webber and Annalise Webber have all received the honor.

In order to receive the All-American title, swimmers must post a time that is in the top 100th in the nation, explained MHS Swim Coach Donna Gelegonya. All four swimmers earned the title on the 20 free relay.

"I am so proud of all of them", said Gelegonya. "They worked hard and wanted to repeat as state champions in the 200 Free Relay this year.  Which amazingly they did. They just missed All-American status in that event last year and with 2 of the 4 swimmers back their sheer determination helped them to achieve this goal as well".

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Miller and Annelise Webber will be attending Northeastern University and Air Force Academy in the fall.

"What a great way for Grace and Annelise to finish out their high school careers", said Gelegonya.  "I wish them the best as they continue to swim for their respective colleges. They will be an asset to their school community and swim programs:.

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