Roberts Wesleyan Signs First Two Women’s Swimmers In Program History

Roberts Wesleyan’s new head swimming coach Sara Smith has announced the first ever signings in school history for the women’s swimming program. Abigail Zembiec and Camryn Perry signed their letter of intent last week to join the Redhawks new program for the 2017-2018 inaugural season.

Abigail Zembiec
The Rochester, N.Y. native was a member of the swim team at Spencerport High School where she competed in the breaststroke events. Zembiec competed two years in a row in the 100-yard breaststroke at sectionals.

A scholar-athlete award recipient, Zembiec is a National Honor Society and High Honor Roll student. She plans to study nursing during her time at Roberts. She is the daughter of Thomas and Maureen Zembiec.

Camryn Perry
The Brackney, Pa. native was a four-year varsity swimmer at Montrose Area High School. She was captain of the swim team her senior year. Perry holds the school record in the 100-yard backstroke. In 2013-14 she earned a class AA districts medal in the 200 free relay. In 2015 she took fifth place in both the 200 free relay and 200 medley relay to earn a Leslie Richards Championship medal. She also took fifth place in the 200 free relay in 2017.

Perry intends to major in nursing upon coming to Roberts. She is the daughter of Robert and Mary Perry.

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