Georgia Tech men's swimming has four A finalists in conference finale
Senior Moises Loschi secures 100 breast A finals appearance, finishing fifth overall
Colt Williamson, Caio Pumputis and Rodrigo Correia take top-3 spots in C finals on Day Two
Georgia Tech men’s swimming will compete at the 2018 ACC Championships this week in Greensboro, N.C.
Georgia Tech swimming and diving swept the Emory Eagles in dual meet action on Saturday at the McAuley Aquatic Center
Before Tech: A four-year letterwinner in swimming at Acton Boxborough under head coach Jeff Johnson … Ranked as the No. 1 swimmer in his class in the state of Massachusetts … Two-time swimmer of the year by the Boston Globe (2015-16, 2016-17) …Tabbed the Acton Boxborough MVP Swimmer of the Year twice, as a junior and senior … A two-time all-American … Also a Dual County All-Star in swimming … Team captain in 2017 … A 10-time state champion … Finished first in the 50 free (20.42) and in the 100 free (45.62) at the 2017 Massachusetts Boys Division I State Championships … Also swam on the first-place 200 and 400 yard relay teams at the 2017 state meet … Also a three-time state champion in 2016 as a junior … Posted first-place finishes in both the 50 Y free (20.30) and 100 Y free (45.15) at the 2016 Massachusetts Boys Division I State Championships, in which both of his times in the 50 Y free and the 100 Y free events were state and meet records … Also swam on the first-place 200 medley relay team at the state championships in 2015-16, turning in a split time of 19.48 … Took first-place in both the 50 Y free (20.38) and in the 100 Y free (45.19) at the regional meet … Placed first overall and set the state and meet records in the 50 Y free (20.49) and the 100 Y free (46.48) at the 2015 state championships as a sophomore … Earned all-American consideration as a sophomore in both events in 2015 … Also earned all-American consideration as a freshman in 2013-14 in which he took first-place overall in the 50 Y free (21.12) and finished in third overall in the 100 Y free (47.31) at the 2014 state championship meet … Also lettered for four years on the lacrosse team and two years on the soccer team … Was a two-time team captain for the lacrosse team where he was named to the Dual County All-Star Lacrosse team in both 2016-17 and 2015-16 after being an honorable mention selection in 2014-15 … Also a member of the Massachusetts Division I State Championship team in lacrosse in 2013-14 … A four-time Boston Globe All-Scholastic Swim Team member (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) and a four-time Boston Herald All Scholastic Swim Team honoree (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) … Also swam for the Patriots Swim Club.
Personal: Full name is Corben James Miles … Son of Christopher and Amy Miles … Was born on Sept. 18, 1998 in Overland Park, Kansas … Has also lived in Valencia, Calif. and Acton, Mass. … Has an older sister named Erica … Father, Christopher, was a member of the rowing team at Worcester Poly Tech (1983-87) … Chose Tech because of the outstanding reputation GT has in the biomedical engineering field, the support system in place for student-athletes and because of an instant connection and chemistry with the swim & dive team … Plans to major in mechanical engineering.
|Miles' Career Top Times (through 11/30/17)|
|50 Free||20.47||2017 Georgia Tech Invitational|
|100 Free||46.12||2017 Georgia Tech Invitational|
|* relay split (s)|