Duke University adds Lindsey Trematerra to class of 2019

The following is a press release courtesy of Duke University:

DURHAM, N.C. – Duke University swimming and diving head coach Dan Colella and the coaching staff have announced the addition of Lindsey Trematerra to the Blue Devils’ class of 2019.

Trematerra, who hails from Gainesville, Fla., will join fellow signees Lexy Aitchison, Alyssa Arwood, Lizzie Fitzpatrick, Maddie Hess, Mickayla Hinkle, Susan Hynes, Brittany Kahn and Mackenzie Willborn on the Duke women’s team beginning in the fall of 2015.

Take a closer look at Trematerra in the biographical information below.

Lindsey Trematerra
High School: Oak Hall
Club Team/Coach: Gator Swim Club/Jaime Lewis
Notes: Two-time district champion in 50 and 100 freestyle, district champion in 200 freestyle as a senior, four-time Florida state qualifier, three-year member of Florida Zone Team, winter junior nationals qualifier
Colella on Trematerra: “We are thrilled to be adding Lindsey to our already great roster of freshmen.  Her club coach, Jaime Lewis, feels she has great potential and has a lot of great swimming ahead of her.  She will add some real depth in the 50 to 200 free next year as well as to our freestyle relays.”

Trematerra Personal Records:
50 Free SCY          100 Free SCY          200 Free SCY           100 Fly SCY
23.57                50.91               01:50.0                57.25

Editor’s note: You can read up on the rest of Duke’s recruiting class through our reporting at the following links:
Judd Howard
Max St. George
Sean Tate
Alyssa Arwood
Brittany Kahn
Lexy Aitchison
Maddie Hess
Mickayla Hinkle
Riley Hickman
Susan Hynes

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