Cornell Women’s Swimming and Diving Introduces Class of 2018

Modified from Press Release courtesy of Cornell Athletic Communications

The Cornell women’s swimming and diving program will enroll nine student-athletes to make up the Class of 2018. With seven swimmers and two divers representing seven states, the Big Red is already excited to get into the pool in the Fall of 2014.

The Big Red put together a historic dual meet season in 2013-14, posting a 6-3 overall record that included wins over Boston College and Colgate, as well as the program’s first-ever victory over Princeton (0-32) and its first win over Penn in 13 years. The Big Red then went on to set 11 school records at the 2014 Ivy League championship meet, rewriting the record book throughout the weekend with season and career-best swims.

Victoria Chan: Diving • Lake Mary, Fla. • Trinity Prep School • YCF Diving

Sarah Kannan: Free • Bethesda, Md. • Walt Whitman HS • Rockville Montgomery Swim Club

50 Free: 24.10
100 Free: 52.61
500 Free: 5:00.54

Micaela Luders: Free/Back: Windsor, Calif. • Windsor HS • Neptune Swimming

200 Free: 1:50.78
500 Free: 4:52.94
200 Back: 2:01.23

Emily Rhodes: Back/Fly • Wayne, Pa. • Episcopal Academy • Suburban Swim Club

100 Fly: 54.78
100 Back: 57.38
200 Back: 2:04.51

Jade Song: Free • Sewickley, Pa. • North Alleghany HS • Allegheny North Swim Club

100 Free: 52.70
200 Free: 1:52.18

Lizzy Thayer: Distance • Framingham, Mass. • The Rivers School • Shawmut Aquatic Club

500 Free: 5:02.61
1000 Free: 10:21.13
1650 Free: 16:58.35

Tessa Wilson: Free/Back • Johnson City, Tenn. • Science Hill HS • Barracuda Swim Club of Northeast Tennessee

50 Free: 24.0
100 Back: 56.41

Ingrid Winter: Breast • Eugene, Ore. • South Eugene HS • Team Eugene Aquatics

100 Breast: 1:06.68
200 Breast: 2:23.30

Sasha Wootton: Diving • Cupertino, Calif. • Lynbrook HS • Santa Clara Diving Club

 

 

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Anne Lepesant

Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swim/swam in college. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton (where she was an all-Ivy tennis player) and an MBA from INSEAD, she worked for many years in the financial industry, both in France and the U.S. Anne is currently …

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