GENEVA, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SPIRE Academy swimmer Alex Rosen committed to swim for famed Ohio State University Coach Bill Wadley fall 2014. OSU is currently in the top ten ranked swim teams in the nation.
The national average of athletes going from individual high schools to Division I is 5%. SPIRE Academy expects to send more than 70% of its graduates to DI programs, with a high percentage to U.S. News & World Report top institutions.
In its inaugural year, SPIRE Institute swimming boasts a top ten NCAA DI recruit, an Olympian, multiple Junior and Senior National qualifiers, a 28-time NCAA All-American and national caliber swim meets at the Junior and Masters levels.
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SPIRE Institute, in Geneva, Ohio, integrates sports and education, training and wellness with a focus on the development of the whole self. It features 750,000 sq. ft. of Olympic grade facilities under roof, acres of outdoor fields and a multi-sport stadium complex. In September 2012, it launched SPIRE Academy, a high school and post graduate residential sports academy. SPIRE Academy and its nationally renowned coaches also summer and holiday camps, and weekend training sessions in track & field, volleyball, swimming, basketball and soccer (with more sports to follow). Junior athletes train alongside collegians, professionals, wounded veterans, Olympians, Paralympians and masters level athletes. SPIRE features athletic development programs with Michael Johnson Performance, mental skills training with Jack J. Lesyk, Ph.D., CC-AASP, sports medicine, nutrition and wellness programs, and a variety of customized high school and collegiate academic options. SPIRE can simultaneously host clubs, leagues, tournaments and championship events, in multiple sports, no matter the weather or the season.