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Todd Brunty

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Saline High School

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Saline High School

7190 N. Maple Road

Saline, Michigan,48176

United States

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"We were thinking about it," Saline coach Todd Brunty said.
But Brunty, still soaking wet from what has now become an annual celebratory jump into the pool, felt like his team had more to give. "They certainly have got a lot of improvement to do," Brunty said. Aside from the freestyle relay, Brunty said the individual medley, butterfly and breaststroke times will compete nationally. "We'll see how we do," Brunty said. "It's kind of a mythological thing anyway.


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This year's was the first state title for the team since winning a Class B-C-D title under Todd Brunty, who is now the coach for Saline.


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Saline swim coach Todd Brunty receives national coach of the year award | Comment now
Saline swim coach Todd Brunty receives national coach of the year award Saline High School swimming and diving coach Todd Brunty (center) was presented with the NISCA coach of the year award on Thursday. Such margins of victory have become commonplace for the swimming program under coach Todd Brunty. What happened poolside during the meet's intermission, however, was anything but. Brunty was presented with the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association coach of the year award. Brunty flashed his signature squinty eyed smile, normally reserved for when his swimmers receive accolades. For once his outward joy was for selfish reasons. It's not why you do it, but it's nice," Brunty said. "I've always driven myself to make sure (the swimmers) get the success, so it's nice to see that I get some recognition." By being anything but selfish is how Brunty has gotten to this point. Brunty coached Dexter to a Class B-C-D state championship in 1999. "With your brother as your assistant, you guys were basically the Harbaughs of Michigan high school swimming. It was very awesome swimming for you guys." While his former pupils honored Brunty, the current crop stood poolside, honoring their coach with an atypical round of applause, and following it up with their typical form of respect: dominating in the pool. The junior class has known nothing but success, with state championships each of the past two years and a Class 3 public school (enrollment 1,401-1,900) NISCA national championship last season. Brunty is also the coach of the girls team, which won state championships in 2009 and 2010 and was runner-up this season. Brunty and his team have the lofty, yet realistic, goal of not just winning a third consecutive MHSAA Division 1 state championship, but to score more points than any state championship team in the country. "It looks like we can be in the mix," Brunty said, again flashing that squinty grin.


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Saline swim coach Todd Brunty.
Something special is happening at the Saline High School pool. The Hornets' boys team, which won its first-ever state title last season, is ranked No. 1 in Division 1 by the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coach's Association and is a heavy favorite to repeat as champions. This after the Saline girls team just wrapped up its second-straight state title, making Saline only the fourth school in MHSAA history to win back-to-back girls Division 1 championships. Coach Todd Brunty is on the verge of history as well. If the Saline boys can repeat this season, he will become just the sixth coach in MHSAA history to coach a boys and girls team to back-to-back titles in consecutive years. "There are so many people besides me that have a hand in this," Brunty says.


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