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PROFILES IN EXCELLENCE: 2009-10 College Swimming & Diving Stories


2009-10 College Swimming Honors

Table of Contents: Introduction 2009-10 Honorees Extra Items

Welcome to the 2009-10 College Swimming & Diving Honors. This document represents an attempt to collect and re-tell the great stories of the 2009-10 collegiate swimming and diving season. It was a terrific season to follow from a competitive end. March madness occurred in the pool on the women’s side as five teams competed for a national championship on day three of the meet.

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There was also madness on the men’s side as Norovirus affected every competitor, either indirectly or directly, at the meet while delaying the University of Texas’ march toward another team title by one day. Being a first attempt at this independent venture, please excuse any imperfections or unintentional errors. This document and idea will develop with time.

Above; Gal Nevo (TheSwimPictures.com,) Carmen Stellar (Stanford Communications,) Coach Frank Keefe (Roberts) Front cover; Cincinnati swimmer Josh Schneider wins the 50 Free at 2010 NCAA meet. (TheSwimPictures.com)


EL-E-VATION. Coach Tom Johnson and team elevate at EL-E-VATION. Coach Tom Johnson and team elevate at Their relay win, pictured here, helped the Cowgirls finish Their relay win, pictured here, helped the Cowgirls finish


the Mountain West Swimming & Diving Championships. the Mountain West & Diving Championships. second overall, theirSwimming highest placement in team history. second overall, their highest placement in team history.


PROFILES IN EXCELLENCE: 2009-10 College Swimming & Diving Stories


Profiles in Excellence