Florida Gulf Coast University’s Wiktoria Czarnecka was named CCSA Women’s Swimmer of the Year, while Maddie Freece and Delaney Carlton were also recognized.
Four wins in five races blew the CCSA Women’s Championships wide open for the Liberty Flames on Friday, while the Incarnate Word men extended their lead too.
A 1-3-4 finish from Liberty in the 500 free, led by Emma Hazel (above), gave the Flames a big lead on day 1 of the 2022 CCSA Championships.
Senior Petra Halmai as named the CCSA Swimmer of the Week while junior Reese Wakefield was named CCSA Diver of the Week.
The Lady Flames are being hotly contested by FGCU through the first of the three days of racing.
This will be the second meeting of the season between the Eagles and the Panthers, having already clashed at the FGCU Invitational in November.
The Eagles head into the meet looking for their first dual win of the season, having already captured November’s FGCU Invitational.
The pair has kicked off the year with its third career sweep of the weekly honors, having done so twice last season (2019-20).
Florida Gulf Coast University has picked up French-Chilean swimmer Zoé Gibson. The breaststroker will join the team beginning in the 2020-2021 season.
Florida Gulf Coast freshman Reese Wakefield has been named CCSA Diver of the Week for a record fifth time.
Junior Petra Halmai and freshman Reese Wakefield swept the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association weekly awards for FGCU swimming & diving.
The FGCU swimming and diving team continued its hot start to the 2019-20 season, earning a decisive 172-121 victory over Vanderbilt on Friday night.
Campbell’s Annie Sanchez earned the CCSA Swimmer of the Week honors while FGCU’s Reese Wakefield was named the CCSA Diver of the Week.
For the first time since 2015, FGCU has started off its season 4-0, picking up wins over Campbell and host Georgia Southern on Saturday.
The blue team emerged victorious from the FGCU swimming & diving team’s annual Green and Blue scrimmage on Friday evening at the FGCU Aquatics Complex.