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Madison Edgewood's Anna teDuits commits to Badgers for women's swimming

Madison Edgewood's Anna teDuits commits to Badgers for women's swimming

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First place finish for teDuits in 200 individual medley

Edgewood sophomore, Anna teDuits, wins first place in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2 minutes 6.28 seconds during the Wisconsin WIAA Division 2 state girls swimming championship on Friday, 11/15/19 at the UW Natatorium in Madison

Madison Edgewood junior Anna teDuits has orally committed to the University of Wisconsin and plans to compete in women’s swimming beginning in 2022-23, according to a swimmingworldmagazine.com report and also announced by Edgewood in a celebratory tweet. 

She won the 200-yard individual medley relay (2 minutes, 6.28 seconds) and finished third in the 100 backstroke (55.97 seconds) as a sophomore at last year’s WIAA Division 2 state girls swimming and diving championship at the University of Wisconsin Natatorium.

She was part of the Crusaders’ 200 medley relay that won the state title in Division 2 state record time (1:44.51) and also was part of the 400 freestyle relay that finished first in 3:29.54.

She helped Edgewood win its fifth consecutive state title in Division 2.

As a freshman, she was second in the backstroke and fifth in the IM as the Crusaders again won the Division 2 title. She was part of the team’s winning 400 freestyle relay and was on the second-place 200 medley relay.

According to the report, she said: “I’m excited to announce my verbal commitment to the University of Wisconsin! I can’t wait to further my academic and swimming career as a Badger! I want to thank my family, friends and coaches for everything they’ve done for me! Go Badgers!!”

Her brother, Truman teDuits, was a standout swimmer at Edgewood and is a freshman at UW and on the men’s swimming and diving team. Older brother Drew teDuits was an NCAA champion at UW and older brother Payton teDuits swam at UW-Milwaukee.

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Jon Masson covers high school sports for the Wisconsin State Journal. He has covered a variety of sports — including the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin men's and women's basketball and volleyball — since he first came to the State Journal in 1999.

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