Catholic High School League
2022 Boys Swimming and Diving Championship

Saturday, March 5, 2022, at Waterford Kettering

2022 CHSL Boys Swimming and Diving Champions: University of Detroit Jesuit

Head coach: Drew Edson

Swimmers: Umair Ahmed, Eain Atisha, Alex Bell, Hans Boelstler, Andres Borrego, Christian Bouchillon, Jordan Bouchillon, Charlie Bruce, Charles Christensen, Drew Collins, Max Diaz, Jake Ervin, Aidan Franklin, Jack Fritz, Matthew Garza, Nic Gascon, Colin Gormley, Oscar Henderson, Alexander Hurley, Evan Hurtado, Seth Kirk, Alec Koscielniak, Benjamin Liddell, Dominic Maceroni, Patrick MacKillop, Tyler Mowatt, Justin Norwood, Daniel Palizzi, Jack Palizzi, Luc Samoray, Vincent Sun, Scooby Szuba, Evan Tack, Kiernan Tague, Alexander Tate, William Waldman, John Wenderski

University of Detroit Jesuit wins first CHSL championship since 1971


Final team results

1. University of Detroit Jesuit, 545

2. Detroit Catholic Central, 420

3. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood, 330.5

4. Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice, 247

5. Ann Arbor Greenhills/Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard, 218.5

6. Warren De La Salle Collegiate, 139

7. Allen Park Cabrini, 98


With a three-way tie atop the Catholic High School League standings for regular-season dual meets, it would seem that the league swimming and diving championship would be up for grabs. But University of Detroit Jesuit blitzed the rest of the field to win its first title since 1971. The Cubs won eight of the 12 events, including all three relays, to top the field with 545 points. Four-time defending champion Detroit Catholic Central was runner-up with 420, while Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood (330.5) finished third. Jesuit set a school record by winning the 200 freestyle relay in 1:26.15. Drew Collins and Charlie Bruce, who swam on that relay, each figured in four first-place finishes for the team. Collins won the 200 and 100 freestyle races (1:42.09, 46.54) and swam a leg on the 400 free relay (3:12.05). Bruce won the 50 free (21.38) and the 100 butterfly (50.32) and contributed to the 200 medley relay (1:35.97). Christian Bouchillon was UDJ’s other winner, taking the backstroke (50.17) -- a race in which his brother, Jordan, finished second. Boasting 15 state qualifiers, the Cubs

also had the depth to match their strength -- they had at least three place-winners in the championship heat of five individual events. Runner-up Catholic Central had three individual winners: Jason Per in one-meter diving (417.60 points), Logan Paxton in the 500 freestyle (4:55.92) and Luke Mychalowych in the 100 breaststroke (59.05). Warren De La Salle Collegiate’s Max Swiatkowski won the individual medley (1:56.40).

Individual CHAMPIONS

200-yard medley relay: University of Detroit Jesuit (Jordan Bouchillon, Andres Borrego, Charlie Bruce, Christian Bochillon), 1:35.97

200-yard freestyle: Drew Collins, University of Detroit Jesuit, 1:42.09

200-yard individual medley: Max Swiatkowski, Warren De La Salle Collegiate, 1:56.40

50-yard freestyle: Charlie Bruce, University of Detroit Jesuit, 21.38

One-meter diving: Jason Per, Detroit Catholic Central, 417.60 points

100-yard butterfly: Charlie Bruce, University of Detroit Jesuit, 50.32

100-yard freestyle: Drew Collins, University of Detroit Jesuit, 46.54

500-yard freestyle: Logan Paxton, Detroit Catholic Central, 4:55.92

200-yard freestyle relay: University of Detroit Jesuit (Evan Tack, Kiernan Tague, Drew Collins, Charlie Bruce), 1:26.15

100-yard backstroke: Christian Bouchillon, University of Detroit Jesuit, 50.17

100-yard breaststroke: Luke Mychalowych, Detroit Catholic Central, 59.05

400-yard freestyle relay: University of Detroit Jesuit (Kiernan Tague, Drew Collins, Christian Bouchillon, Evan Tack), 3:12.05

200-yard medley relay: University of Detroit Jesuit (Jordan Bouchillon, Andres Borrego, Charlie Bruce, Christian Bochillon)

200-yard freestyle relay: University of Detroit Jesuit (Evan Tack, Kiernan Tague, Drew Collins, Charlie Bruce)

400-yard freestyle relay: University of Detroit Jesuit (Kiernan Tague, Drew Collins, Christian Bouchillon, Evan Tack)

200-yard freestyle: Drew Collins

200-yard individual medley: Max Swiatkowski

50-yard freestyle: Charlie Bruce

One-meter diving: Jason Per

100-yard butterfly: Charlie Bruce

100-yard freestyle: Drew Collins

500-yard freestyle: Logan Paxton

100-yard backstroke: Christian Bouchillon

100-yard breaststroke: Luke Mychalowych

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Past TEAM champions

Overall Division

2022: University of Detroit Jesuit5

2020: Detroit Catholic Central17

2020: Detroit Catholic Central16

2019: Detroit Catholic Central15

2018: Detroit Catholic Central14

2017: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice36

2016: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice35

2015: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice34

2014: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice33

2013: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice32

2012: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice31

2011: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice30

2010: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice29

2009: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice28

2008: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice27

2007: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice26

2006: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice25

2005: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice24

2004: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice23

2003: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice22

2002: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice21

2001: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice20

2000: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice19

1999: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice18

1998: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice17

1997: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice16

1996: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice15

1995: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice14

1994: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice13

1993: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice12

1992: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice11

1991: Detroit Catholic Central13

1990: Detroit Catholic Central12

1989: Birmingham Brother Rice10

1988: Detroit Catholic Central11

1987: Birmingham Brother Rice9/Detroit Catholic Central10*

1986: Detroit Catholic Central9

1985: Detroit Catholic Central8

1984: Birmingham Brother Rice8

1983: Detroit Catholic Central7

1982: Birmingham Brother Rice8

1981: Detroit Catholic Central6

1980: Birmingham Brother Rice7

1979: Detroit Catholic Central5/Birmingham Brother Rice6*

1978: Birmingham Brother Rice5

1977: Birmingham Brother Rice4

1976: Birmingham Brother Rice3

1975: Detroit Catholic Central4, Birmingham Brother Rice2*

1974: Detroit Catholic Central3

1973: Detroit Catholic Central2

1972: Detroit Catholic Central1

1971: University of Detroit Jesuit4

1970: Detroit De La Salle1

1969: Birmingham Brother Rice1

1968: University of Detroit Jesuit3

1967: University of Detroit Jesuit2

1966: University of Detroit Jesuit1

1965: Detroit Austin Preparatory6

1964: Detroit Austin Preparatory5

1963: Detroit Austin Preparatory4

1962: Detroit Austin Preparatory3

1961: Detroit Austin Preparatory2

1960: Detroit Visitation6

1959: Detroit Visitation5

1958: Detroit Visitation4

1957: Detroit Austin Preparatory1

1956: Detroit Visitation3

1955: Detroit Visitation2

1954: Detroit Visitation1

* Co-champions


Bernie Krzywada  AWARD

The Bernie Krzywada Award is named in honor of one of the pioneer coaches in the Catholic League. Krzywada was the swimming coach at Detroit Visitation High School during its string of championships. This award is presented to the outstanding scholar-athlete in boys swimming.

2021: Matthew Kozma, Detroit Catholic Central

2020: Mario McDonald, Detroit Catholic Central

2019: Tyler Padilla, University of Detroit Jesuit

2018: Timmy Page, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice

2017: Jacob Huttenlocher, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

2016: Alden Kane, University of Detroit Jesuit

2015: Francis Misra, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood

2014: Neil Robinson, Detroit Catholic Central

2013: Mathew Liu, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood

2012: Isaac Mooney, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood

2011: Matthew Mazor, University of Detroit Jesuit

2010: John Santeiu IV, University of Detroit Jesuit

2009: Tyler Tadian, Univeristy of Detroit Jesuit

2008: Robert Eckert, University of Detroit Jesuit

2007: Anthony Wahl, University of Detroit Jesuit

2006: David Garry, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

2005: John Felczak, Harper Woods Notre Dame

2004: Derek Johnston, Harper Woods Notre Dame

2003: Mike Armour, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice

2002: Timothy Ryan, Detroit Catholic Central

2001: Alexander Zurawskyj, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

2000: Christopher Brede, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice

1999: Geoffrey Sisk, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice

1998: Reed Harris, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

1997: Jeffrey Jones, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

1996: Brian Swinteck, Birmingham Brother Rice

1995: Dave Biondi, Harper Woods Notre Dame

1994: James Leslie, Detroit Catholic Central

1993: Jared Asman, Birmingham Brother Rice

1992: Andrew Makar, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

1991: Robert Rokita, Harper Woods Notre Dame

1990: Michael Hassett, University of Detroit Jesuit

1989: Jeffrey Olekszyk, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

1988: Brian Sygiel, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

1987: Leon Mualem, Harper Woods Notre Dame

1986: Joseph Francis, Harper Woods Notre Dame

1985: Sean O'Connor, Detroit Catholic Central

1984: Richard Hampo, Birmingham Brother Rice

1983: Greg Fortescue, Detroit Catholic Central

1982: Gary Fisher, Dearborn St. Alphonsus

1981: Thomas Valentine, Harper Woods Notre Dame

1980: Kevin Donley, Dearborn St. Alphonsus

1979: John Schulte, Detroit Catholic Central

1978: Patrick Sugrue, Detroit Catholic Central

1977: Terry Kruse, University of Detroit Jesuit

1976: David Jones, Detroit Catholic Central

1975: Richard Gieryn, Birmingham Brother Rice