Baylor's Jack Kirby Signs NCAA NLI To Attend The University Of Southern California

Friday, November 16, 2018

Baylor Swim Club / Baylor School athlete Jack Kirby signed a college national letter of intent on Wednesday to attend the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. 

 

Kirby is a four-year boarding student from the Caribbean island of Barbados and is a seven-time NISCA All-American.  He was the 2018 TISCA State Champion in the 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke, and a member of the Baylor School’s state champion 400-yard freestyle relay.  Jack Kirby has also been a member of the Barbados Swimming Federation national team, and just came off a trip to the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

 

Below you will find more of Jack Kirby’s accomplishments at the Baylor School.

  • TISCA State Champion 100 freestyle (2018), 100 backstroke (2018), and member of 400 freestyle relay (2018 & 2019)
  • Member of Barbados Swimming Federation National Team
  • 7-time NISCA All-American
  • 2018 Youth Olympic qualifier as a member of Barbados National Team
  • 2017 FINA World Junior Championship qualifier as a member of Barbados National Team
  • 15-17 Barbados National Age Group Record holder in the following events:  50 SCM backstroke (2018) & 100 SCM 100 backstroke (2017)
  • 15-17 Barbados National Age Group Record holder in the following events: 50 LCM, 100, LCM, and 200 LCM backstroke (2018) | 50 LCM and 100 LCM freestyle (2017)
  • Barbados OPEN National Age Group Record in the 50 LCM backstroke

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