Repeating as WPIAL champions was essentially out of the question for the West Allegheny girls swimming and diving team when they heard the news they would be moving from Class AA to Class AAA this season. The Indians had won two of the past three WPIAL Class AA team titles. In their first year in Class AAA, West Allegheny was not overwhelmed. The Indians placed tenth in a very competitive field. West Allegheny totaled 71 points to place tenth just ahead of Hampton (67) and North Hills (62) and just behind Seneca Valley (75).
Two West Allegheny relays placed in the top ten, starting with the 200 yard medley relay swam by sophomores Jessica Wasek, Kaylee Musiol and Nicole Kadlecik and junior Hannah Charlton. In the 200 freestyle relay, senior Casey Tokarski, Kadlecik, Charlton and Musiol placed eighth.
Individually, Charlton swam the 100 butterfly in 58.69 to place seventh and Musiol was not far behind, placing 11th with a time of 59.17.