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Mason Edmund ‘22 Recruiting Profile

  • Carroll Senior High School
  • Southlake, TX
  • Men's Swimming
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Mason Edmund's Men's Swimming Recruiting Profile
North Texas Nadordores
Prim. Position:
800/1000 Free
Sec. Position:
400/500 Free
800/1000 Free LCM
800/1000 Free SCY
400/500 Free LCM
400/500 Free SCY
400 IM LCM
400 IM SCY
1500/1650 Free LCM
1500/1650 Free SCY

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Personal Statement

Personal Statement for Mason Edmund, Class of 2022

As you consider me for your swim program, I am excited to share insights about how my life-long commitment to swimming has helped to shape the person I am today.  I first started swimming when I was five years old because my parents insisted I enroll in a sport to burn off energy.  Hundreds of thousands of yards later, despite the two-a-day grind of practices, I swim today because I love the sport and how it has shaped me as a person and a leader.  I am eager to continue swimming in college, and I am confident that swimming will help me achieve the rigorous academic, competitive, and leadership goals I have set for myself.

Both of my parents graduated college.  My mother pursued a career in teaching; my father is a lawyer.  They have always emphasized to me that excelling in the classroom is most important and takes precedence over conflicting obligations, including swimming conflicts.  For me, though, swimming and academics do not compete with each other.  I know I am a better student because of the hard work ethic, perseverance, and leadership skills I have learned from swimming.  As my family moved for career opportunities, I have attended several different schools — some public, some private — across Ohio, Arizona, Florida, and Texas.  In each one, I have received straight As (and have an unweighted 4.0 GPA) while taking some of the most challenging classes offered by the school.  Swimming has given me the confidence to know that whatever challenge is put in front of me, I can rely on my hard work ethic and disciplined thinking to overcome it.  More than that, swimming relieves my stress, focuses my energy, and helps me calmly persevere where others give up. I have learned to work through setbacks and consistently give my best.  I am a top student because I am a top athlete, not in spite of it.

I feel fortunate to have had tremendous success as a swimmer, earning state championships in several events in Arizona and Florida, and now competing at the highest levels in Texas. Shortly after turning 15 years old, I won bronze in the 800M freestyle at Futures championships.  I excel in distance swimming; I feel those are the events where my mental toughness and physical endurance combine to give me the best edge over my competition.  While swimming is an inseparable part of my life, my swimming career has not been without challenges.  Some of the biggest have come as a result of my family’s moves to different states.  Adapting to the coaching styles of five different swim teams and two high school teams has not been easy.  Each time I’ve moved, first from Ohio to Arizona, then to Florida, and now to Texas, the competition has become harder. Meeting and making new friends was not easy. After one move, I had a two-year plateau in my times, and persevering through that was mentally challenging for me.  But if you talked to the coaches on any of those teams and asked them who rose to be a clear leader, who inspired others to do their best, and who set a great example every day in practice, I would hope they would say I fit each of these descriptions.  Swimming has taught me to be a leader, and through swimming, I am continually learning how to improve my leadership skills.  

That is my goal in college.  I’m confident I will be a great student.  I know I will do whatever it takes to be a great swimmer.  What I want most of all is to continue to learn the skills needed to be the best leader and person I can be in life.  


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 5 years
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • Team Awards:
    District 500 free Champ, 400 Free Relay All American, 500 free All American (10th place 6A states)
  • 2018 Varsity Team
  • Team Awards:
    13th place 500 free FHSAA 1A State Meet
  • 2017 Varsity Team
  • 2016 Varsity Team
  • 2015 Varsity Team
  • Team Awards:
    District and Regional qualifier in 500 free and 200 IM as 6th grader

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 8 seasons
  • 2020 North Texas Nadordores (National)
  • Notes: National Level Coach's Award Winner 2020 USA Swimming Scholastic All America Team
  • 2019 North Texas Nadordores (National)
  • Notes: 3rd place USA Swimming Futures 800 freestyle LCM
  • 2019 Tampa Bay Aquatic Club (National)
  • Notes: 13-14 boys SCY Florida Age Group Champion 1650 freestyle 13-14 boys SCY Florida Age Group Championship 2nd place 500, 1000 freestyle; 400 IM Qualified and swam Open Water Junior National 5 K in Miami, FL
  • 2018 Tampa Bay Aquatic Club (Age Group Elite)
  • 2017 Tampa Bay Aquatic Club (Age Group Elite)
  • 2016 Tampa Bay Aquatic Club (Age Group Elite)
  • Notes: USA Swimming National Age Group Award 1000 Freestyle
  • 2015 Berkeley Barracudas (Age Group Elite)
  • Notes: USA Swimming National Age Group Award 800M Freestyle
  • 2014 Berkeley Barracudas (Age Group Elite)
  • Notes: 10 and under SCY Florida Age Group State Champion 50, 100, 200, 500 freestyle 10 and under boys Florida high point winner

Coach References

  • Club Coach
  • Susan Curnutte
  • Club Coach
  • Daniel Balint



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High School Information

High School:
Carroll Senior High School
(817) 949-5800

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Honors Chinese III, IV Honors Algebra I Honors Geometry Honors Algebra II Honors Biology PreAP Precalculus PreAP English II
AP Classes:
Yes. AP Biology AP Chinese AP European History
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • Berkeley Preparatory School 9th Grade Outstanding Effort National Chinese Honor Society National Honor Society 2020 AP Scholar
  • Activity
    • Berkeley Singers
  • Activity
    • Chinese Club
  • Activity
    • Business Professionals of America (BPA)
  • Activity
    • Southlake Sister Cities Volunteer
  • Activity
    • 2019 President's Volunteer Service Award (Bronze)

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Event 2020 North Texa 2019 Varsity Te 2019 North Texa 2019 Tampa Bay
50M Free 27.51 (2018) 27.51
50Y Free 23.50 (2019) 23.50
100M Free 58.96 (2019) 58.96
100Y Free 49.85 (2019) 49.85
200M Free 1:57.45 (2019) 1:57.45
200Y Free 1:42.85 1:42.85 1:43.18 Florida Age Group SCY State 4th place
400M Free 4:05.35 4:07.68
500Y Free 4:29.43 5:29.61 All -American Consideration 4:31.47 Florida Age Group SCY State 2nd place
800M Free 8:21.52 8:26.83
1000Y Free 9:20.78 (2019 - Was not able to swim this season) 9:20.78 Florida Age Group SCY State 2nd place
1500M Free 16:14.52 16:17.67
1650Y Free 15:34.47 (2019) 15:34.47 Florida Age Group SCY State champion
200Y Back 1:54.22 1:59.59
400M Free Relay (Split) 54.89
400Y Free Relay (Split) 47.03 47.03 Automatic All American
400M IM 4:36.92 4:39.79
400Y IM 4:02.25 4:02.25 Florida Age Group SCY State 2nd place
50M Back 33.03 (2016)
50Y Back 25.88
100M Back 1:07.33
100Y Back 55.47
200M Back 2:15.99
50M Breast 40.55 (2016)
50Y Breast 31.47
100M Breast 1:21.78 (2018)
100Y Breast 1:07.41 (2018)
200M Breast 2:48.61 (2018)
200Y Breast 2:25.51
50M Fly 30.16
50Y Fly 26.28
100M Fly 1:05.03 (2018)
100Y Fly 55.70
200M Fly 2:13.36
200Y Fly 1:58.71 Florida Age Group SCY State 7th place
200M IM 2:19.98
200Y IM 2:00.58


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