Kegan Skelton
    Kegan Skelton


    Champaign, Ill.

    High School:

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 160




    Salukis wrap up Louisville Invite

    SIU finishes weekend meet with several swimmers qualifying for the USA Swimming Championships


    Saluki Swimming and Diving break records on day two of Louisville Invite

    Sarah James sets SIU record while Sherry Zhang sets another pool record


    Saluki Swimming and Diving completes day one of Louisville Invite

    The SIU men sit in fourth, while the women are in fifth


    SIU Swimming and Diving heads to Louisville Invite

    SIU will look to end the fall portion of the season on a high-note


    Saluki Swimming and Diving wraps up day one of competition

    Sherry Zhang impressive in the one and three-meter dive

    2013-14 (Junior): Named Second Team All-MAC...Earned Academic All-MAC honors...Competed in nine events on the year...Won nine events, including six-in-a-row from Jan. 18 to Feb. 1. Finished second in the three-meter dive and third in the one-meter dive at the MAC Championships...Advanced to the NCAA Zone Diving meet where he finished 12th in the three-meter competition.

    2012-13 (Sophomore): Second-team All-MAC selection...First-team Academic All-MAC selection...Won 10 events...Finished second in the three-meter dive at the MAC Championship...Swept the one- and three-meter dive in five meets...Posted fifth-best score in school history in the three-meter dive at the MAC Championship...Best three-meter score in school history other than Rob Siracusano.

    2011-12 (Freshman): Won the three-meter dive in a dual meet with Ball State and finished second in the one-meter dive...Finished ninth in both the one- and three-meter dives at the MAC Championships...Qualified for zone diving championships and finished near 30th on both boards.

    Prior to SIU: 2011 state champion diver...Three-time All-American...Placed in the top 10 in state three times...Son of Kimberly and Kirk Skelton...Born July 1, 1992, in St. Charles, Mo...Went to same high school as two-time Olympic medalist Katherine Reutter.