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The Pegasus Yearbook

Swimming

Women’s Swim Team

Head Coach: Kim Lessard, 23rd year as Head Coach
Assistant Coach: Jillian Hancock
Assistant Coach: Matt Harris

3 wins, 7 losses

Allison Kvien, inducted to Phi Beta Kappa, was the Women’s team Academic All American

Ellie Miskiel, this year’s MVP, won the gold medal in the 200 breaststroke

Sarah Sykes, Alicia Howard, Carly Ogren, Julianna Fritzinger, and Ashley Maurizi all cored for the Shorewomen at the Conference Championship meet

Alicia Howard – Most Improved Player

 

 Men’s Swim Team

Head Coach: Kim Lessard, 22nd year as head coach
Assistant Coach: Jillian Hancock
Assistant Coach: Matt Harris

Season Results: 4 wins, 4 losses
came in 3rd out of 7 at the Franklin & Marshall Invitational

The Men’s Swim Team had an exciting year, as both the men and women continue to win “War on the Shore” for swimming. The Men’s team also won the sportsmanship award in the Riverfest Boat Race. This year saw the first relays to win medals in many years at the Conference Championships, breaking school records that stood for over ten years.

All Conference Relays: 

200 medley
Charles Logan, Eric Burcin, Greg Lee, Sean Stevens

200 freestyle relay
Greg Lee, Austin Yocum, Sean Stevens, Eric Burcin

School Records:
100 & 200 butterfly – Greg Lee
100 breaststroke – Eric Burcin
500 freestyle – Austin Yocum
1650 freestyle, and the 400 freestyle and medley relays – Lucas Morgan

Greg Lee was the Academic All American, with his national standard and 3.5 GPA

Eric Burcin also met national time standards

This year was the first time that Washington College has ever seen two males go 1-2 at the Championships, with Eric Burcin and Lucas Morgan in the 200 breaststroke

Greg Lee – Most Valuable Player

Austin Yocum – Most Improved Player