Plymouth Whitemarsh High School’s Nick Fiddler Commits to Swim at Villanova

Plymouth Whitemarsh High School senior Nick Fiddler, the high scorer on the Colonials swimming team the past two seasons, has announced his intention to swim for Villanova University.

Fiddler, a Distinguished Honor Roll student, placed eighth at the District One Championships and 10th at the PIAA Championships in the 100-yard butterfly last season. He was sixth in the district and 25th in the state in the same event as a sophomore. He finished second, third and first in the 100-yard butterfly in the Suburban One Conference each of the past three years, respectively. He was also third in the conference last year in the 100-yard backstroke.

In addition to his individual accomplishments, Fiddler was a member of the PWHS 200-yard freestyle relay team that placed ninth at the state championships last season in a school-record time of 1:26.24. He was also on the 200-yard medley relay team that placed 11th in the state in a school-record time of 1:35.54.

Fiddler was named the Colonials Rookie-of-the-Year following the 2016 season.

Photo: Seated (l to r); Tom Fiddler, Nick Fiddler and Lori Fiddler. Standing (l to r) Assistant Coach Amy Acquaviva, Julie Fiddler, Head Coach Kevin Golebiewski and Assistant Coach Carlee Webb. Photo courtesy of Colonial School District.