Beach is a varsity swimmer at Moorestown Friends, but before MFS he swam for the Metro Village Country Club, the SJAC, and Pheasant Run. Last year at the Friends League Championships, Brandon finished sixth overall in the 200 free, which he calls “one of my best accomplishments.” Before his best swimming, he did suffer an injury. Beach was almost going to perform in his first championships in the summer of eighth grade, but four days before, he broke his wrist while playing basketball. He was unable to swim at the championships.
Now fully healthy, Beach said, “I wanna get well under five minutes in the 600,” when asked about any goals he’d like to accomplish this year. To conclude the interview, WordsWorth asked about his favorite swimming memory. “This past meet I had to swim the 500 and swim the first 50 free and I almost got my best time,” he said.
Brandon Beach is a talented swimmer, which is why he is the player to watch.