Here are the 2022 All-North Jersey teams

After an exciting season, the following swimmers have been selected for the 2022 All-North Jersey Women’s Swim Teams.

Soon we will be revealing the nominees for Female Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Year, which will be announced at the 2022 North Jersey High School Sports Awards.

Grace Weaver

Wayne Valley senior, 200 free

Weaver is one of the most decorated swimmers in Passaic County competitive history, winning nine career titles, including all five of her individual races. Some of her best work came in the 500 freestyle, where she went 3 for 3.

Sydney Severini

Senior Immaculate Heart, 200 IM

Severini was the seasoned veteran who could thrive in any role for the young Blue Eagles. The Duquesne signee capped her career with Bergen County gold in the IM and shared the breaststroke crown with rookie teammate Kayla Rodriguez.

Katie Lawrence

Indian Hills rookie, 50 freestyle

Lawrence authored one of the best freshman seasons in North Jersey history, collecting six school records and the Bergen County title in the 50 and 100. At the State Meet of Champions, she finished second in both events by a few hundredths of a second.

Sarah Rodrigues

Wayne Valley rookie, 100 butterfly

It didn’t take long for Rodrigues to establish himself as a once-in-a-generation talent. After setting the Passaic County backstroke record, she placed second in the state in that event and finished fifth in the butterfly.

Meghan Rourke

Northern Highlands junior, 100m freestyle

Rourke was one of the jewels in the crown of the top public school team in North Jersey. She produced two top-10 finishes at the state meet and anchored the Highlanders to victory in a hard-fought North 1 Group B final.

Grace Lee

Year Two Northern Highlands 500m Freestyle

Lee was another high-volume scorer for the Highlanders who excelled at butterfly and freestyle. She won the Big North Patriot titles in the 200 and 500 freestyles and won that last race at the Bergen County meet.

Cornelia Fox

Immaculate Heart sophomore, 100 backstroke

No one scored more points in the Bergen County encounter than Fox, who swept all four events in his tournament debut. She capped off a stellar year with a pair of bronze medals at the State Meet of Champions.

Kayla Rodriguez

Immaculate Heart Grade One, 100 Breaststroke

The Blue Eagles will be in good hands for years to come with a lightning-fast freshman class led by Rodriguez. She raced to county titles in the butterfly and breaststroke for the 23-time defending champions.

Julia Bartoszewicz

Passaic Tech senior, versatile

In the sprint events, the tall and tenacious senior was about as good as he could get. She defended her Passaic County titles in the 50 and 100 for the Bulldogs champion before adding two state medals to her collection.

Immaculate Heart

200 medley relay

The Blue Eagles broke their own record of the Bergen encounter with three individual champions – Cornelia Fox, Sydney Severini and Kayla Rodriguez – giving Isabella Piccinich a big lead.

Northern Highlands

Relay 200 free

The Highlanders won a county relay race for the second time in program history with the quartet of Sanja Radan, Grace Lee, Meghan Rourke and Emma Paccione.

Immaculate Heart

400m freestyle relay

The Blue Eagles put an exclamation mark on their Bergen County tag team title with Elizabeth Vursta and Julia Sobilo linking up with Severini and Fox for another relay win.

Katie YooRegional Pascack senior, 200 free

Cori FreemanRegional Pascack senior, 200 IM

Julia GolovinaFort Lee senior, 50m freestyle

Haley NowakSecaucus junior, 100 butterfly

Isabelle LeeRidgewood’s second year, 100 freestyle

Kathleen Turanofreshman Immaculate Heart, 500m freestyle

Rachel KimLeonia/Palisades Park senior, 100m backstroke

Ellie FazioIndian Hills senior, 100 breaststroke

Indian hills200 medley relay

Immaculate Heartrelay 200 free

Indian hillsrelay 400 free

Sean Farrell is a high school sports reporter for For full access to live scores, breaking news and analysis from our Varsity Aces team, subscribe today. To get the latest news straight to your inbox, sign up for our newsletter and download our app.


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