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Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Janet Huffman Duke City Aquatics Albuquerque NM
High School Bryant Shuey, Ruben Kimmelman
Career - - - - - -
Season 10 9 31 - 20 7
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Physical Attributes
Water Polo Honors

NTSC Selection Camp - May 2013
NM High School Water Polo League - MVP of 2012 and 2013 NM League (10th/11th grade)
1st All-State Team, NMHSWPL - 9th grade
1st All-State Team (NMHSWPL - 8th grade

Water Polo Additional

Current swim times:
CAQ High Desert Classic, November 2013
200 yard breaststroke - 2:19
50 yard freestyle; 23:20
(New Mexico Activities Association State Swimming Championships, Feb. 22-23, 2013)
• 100-yard breaststroke,1:00.91
• 200-yard freestyle, 1:51.97
• 100-yard freestyle, 48.10 (relay leg)
• 200-yard individual medley, 1:59.71

New Mexico High School Water Polo League (NMHSWPL), March-May (season)
• 2013 – Albuquerque High School, 1st Place – State Champions
• 2013 – Boys Most Valuable Player
• 2013 – Boys First Team, All State
• 2012 – Albuquerque High School, 2nd Place
• 2012 – Boys Most Valuable Player
• 2012 – Boys First Team, All State
• 2011 – Albuquerque High School, 2nd Place
• 2011 – Boys First Team, All State
• 2010 – Albuquerque High School, 2nd Place (played as eighth-grader)

USA Water Polo Olympic Development Program (ODP):

• 2013 – Selected to and participated in National Team Selection Camp, May 24-27
• 2013 – Mountain Zone team, 3rd Place, Las Vegas Regional Championships, Mar. 22-24
• 2012-13 – ODP Participant, Mountain Zone Region

Club Water Polo Activities:
• 2013 (July 26-30) -- Junior Olympics (Irvine, CA), Team Vegas Henderson (TVH) 18U, 13th Place Platinum Bracket
• 2013 (July 12-14) -- IE Challenge (Murietta, CA), TVH 18U, 1st Place
• 2013 (June 27-29) -- Mountain Zone Age Group Championships (Kearns, UT), Duke City Aquatics (DCA) 18U, 2nd Place
• 2013 (June 21-23) – LCWP International Tournament (Commerce, CA), TVH 18U, 5th Place
• 2013 (April 5-6) – Duke City Aquatics Tournament (Albuquerque, NM), DCA 18U, 3rd Place
• 2012-2013 – DCA team captain
• 2012 –Junior Olympics (San Jose, CA), DCA 16U
• 2012 – Duke City Aquatics Tournament (Albuquerque, NM), DCA 16U, 3rd Place
• 2008-2012 – Mountain Zone Age Group Championships (Kearns, UT), DCA

High School and Club Swimming:
• 2007-2013 – Duke City Aquatics, Albuquerque, NM
• 2010-2013 – Albuquerque High School varsity swim team
• 2013 – AHS Boys’ Most Valuable Swimmer
• 2013 – 6th Place, 100-yard breaststroke, NMMA Swimming Championships
• 2013 – 5th Place, 100-yard freestyle relay (anchor leg), NMMA Swimming Championships
• 2012 – AHS Boy’s Most Improved Swimmer
• 2012 – 7th Place, 100-yard breaststroke, NMMA Swimming Championships
• 2011 – AHS Boys’ Most Valuable Swimmer

Academics and Interests:
• GPA through 11th grade: ~3.5; on course to graduate May 2014
• Competitive water polo and swimming
• Weight training, nutrition, anatomy and physiology, kinesiology
• Certified lifeguard; youth swimming and Splash Ball instructor
• Chess


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Personal Highlights

My name is Conor Shuey, a senior from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and avid water polo player. I have been playing water polo since I was seven years old, starting off in a summer league program and joining club polo with Duke City Aquatics in sixth grade. I have attended the Mountain Zone Championships in Kearns, Utah, almost every year since I began playing with DCA. I played on a DCA 16U team at the 2012 Junior Olympics and with Team Vegas Henderson 18U squad at the 2013 Junior Olympics. I was a Top-8 player on TVH, which finished 7-2 and in 13th place in the Platinum Bracket.

I train with Duke City Aquatics for almost sixteen hours a week, with two-a-day practices twice a week, along with practicing and playing with the New Mexico Masters twice a week for two hours each practice. I also do three to four hours a week of weight training at a local gym, continuing a practice I began in the 9th grade at Albuquerque High School (AHS). In total, I practice roughly 26 hours each week in combined water polo, swimming, and weight training.

I have been swimming competitively since 6th grade. I was the AHS boys Most Valuable Swimmer in my freshman and junior years, and Most Improved Swimmer in my sophomore year when I missed two months to an injury. My fastest split in the 4x100-yard freestyle relay was :48.10 in February 2013, and I hold the AHS record for the 100-yard breast stroke with a time of 1:00.91. I also finished my junior year with a 200-yard IM time of 1:59.53, which was the sixth-best time at the state meet. I intend to continue improving my times in swimming in my senior year to further develop my quickness and speed in water polo.

I am highly motivated in both swimming and water polo, and am also a hardworking student. I have taken numerous Advancement Placement courses, including in math and science, and my GPA through 11th grade is approximately 3.5, My goal is to play water polo in college ball, along with pursuing course work in physical therapy.

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New Mexico High School Water Polo League...
May 12, 2013
The NMHSWPL ended this past weekend, Albuquerque High School took 1st place! Now, I'm looking forward to National Team Selection Camp in late May, 2013. I'm still working on getting video editing...