Kenyon Ladies Get Verbal Commit From Sprint Princess

The Kenyon Ladies will have some royalty joining their ranks next season. Princess Ferguson-Nguyen of the Aquazot Swim Club out in Irvine, California recently tweeted about her intent to compete for the Ladies next season. Ferguson-Nguyen competed for her high school, University, last season, helping her team take 25th with a lead off on the 14th place 200 freestyle relay and an anchor on he 11th place 200 medley relay at the 2015 CIF-SS Division 1 Championship.

 

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When describing why she chose Kenyon, Ferguson-Nguyen said, “The atmosphere not only within the team but the school was incredible. Everyone was so welcoming and they made me feel at home. […] Also, the campus is beautiful and their swim program and academics are amazing.”

Ferguson-Nguyen said that it is her intent to pursue pre-med while at Kenyon. Her hobby of taking pictures will find also ample ground in the Gothic magnificence of the campus.

Ferguson-Nguyen’s best times are a mix of LCM and SCY as follow:

  • 24.54 – 50 SCY Free
  • 53.22 – 100 SCY Free
  • 59.94 – 100 LCM Free
  • 28.08 – 50 LCM Free

The Ladies finished 4th at the Division III NCAA Championships last season, marking the 34th consecutive year of being top 4 at the meet. The Ladies still hold a record number of consecutive first place finishes (17) at the NCAA meet on the women’s side and will be looking to reclaim the title in the coming year.

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svejk
7 years ago

Congrats! Welcome to the Kenyon family.

CaliSwim
7 years ago

Congrats Princess! She works hard and Kenyon is lucky to have her!

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Hannah Saiz fell into a pool at age eleven and hasn't climbed out since. She attended Kenyon College, won an individual national title in the 2013 NCAA 200 butterfly, and post-graduation has seen no reason to exit the natatorium. Her quest for continued chlorine over-exposure has taken her to Wisconsin …

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