The Oswego State women's swimming and diving team won
its third straight SUNYAC Championship, and had seven
student-athletes named to the All-SUNYAC Swimming and
Diving teams. Oswego State also had five honorees on
the men's all-conference teams including the Outstanding
Male Swimmer and Outstanding Male Diver of the year.
Oswego State head coach Kami Gardner was named Women's
Coach of the Year for the seventh year in a row.
The Oswego State Women’s Swimming and Diving Team won its third straight SUNYAC Championship this year.
For the Laker women, Leslie
Simrell ’07, Patricia
Connolly ’07 and Meredith
Thomas ’09 were on the first team. Simrell
won the 1,650 free and was also honored with the Grace
Mowatt Award, which is presented to a female swimmer
or diver for outstanding athletic and academic achievement
in their collegiate careers. Connolly won the 100-yard
backstroke and Thomas won both the 100 butterfly and
The Laker women also had three swimmers and a diver
named to the All-SUNYAC Second Team. They were swimmers
Allyson DaFoe ’07,
Yolanda Lee ’09,
and Jenny VanEtten ’10
and diver Eileen McMahon ’10.
For the Oswego State men, Greg
Doyle ’07 was named as the meet's Most
Outstanding Swimmer for the second year in a row. He
set the SUNYAC meet record with a time of 46.27 seconds
in the 100 free, and also won the 200 free in 1:42.47.
Doyle was also second in the 50 free.
Diver Kevin Morgan ’08
was named Outstanding Male Diver for the third consecutive
year after winning both the 1-meter and 3-meter events.
Morgan's score of 529.60 for 11 dives on the 3-meter
board was an Oswego State record. He also holds the
record for 11 dives on 1-meter.
Greg Doyle ’07
was named the most outstanding swimmer for the
second year in a row.
Joining Doyle and Morgan on the All-SUNYAC First Team
were Dan Callinan ’07
and Jason Cotter ’08.
Callinan won the 100-yard backstroke and 200 back. Cotter
won the 1,000 free and 500 free. Diver Chris
Dotson ’08 was named to the Second Team
after finishing third in the 1-meter diving event.
The top three finishers in each individual event at
the SUNYAC Championships make the all-conference teams.
Individual event winners are on the first team, and
swimmers and divers finishing in second or third place
are on the second team.
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