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Grant House is pursuing excellence for Arizona State after two years away from college swimming.

Serving up scorching hot-takes in AND out of the pool

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Grant House was an eight-time individual state champion, was named Greater Cincinnati Male Swimmer of the Year (2013-16), and was a two-time NSCA National Champion (2014-16). House was a 2016 Olympic Trials qualifier and competed at the 2015 Junior World Championships, winning a gold medal in the 800 free relay. House is the winningest swimmer in OHSAA history with 13 state championships (eight as an individual, five on relays). The Academic All-American and two-sport letterwinner also won a 2016 state championship in water polo.

In March 2019, Grant House competed in the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas, where he finished 10th in the 200 freestyle. At the time, House was 20 and already a solid performer on the national stage for Arizona State University. At that meet, his 200 free was the only individual scoring swim for the Sun Devils. Now, House is 23 and one of the most experienced swimmers on head coach Bob Bowman’s roster.


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