Courtesy: William & Mary Athletics
The William & Mary women’s swimming team will add nine freshmen to the roster ahead of the 2019-20 season, interim head coach Chris Carter announced today. The class includes five athletes from Virginia, as well as standouts from Connecticut, California, Ohio, and New York. Each of the nine women would have qualified for at least two finals at last year’s Colonial Athletic Association Championships, combining for a total of 28 finals spots including 12 championship finals.
“We are very excited to introduce these nine individuals to our Tribe,” Carter said. “It was going to take some special people to make up for our graduating class, but we believe we have found a group that is up to the challenge. These young women will make an immediate impact on our team, and will help our program continue to contend for CAA titles. Our goal is to find exceptional people who are great students and great swimmers, and this class certainly checks all three boxes!”
Maura Graff – 5-6, Fly/IM
Henrico, Va. / Douglas Freeman
100 fly – 56.69
200 fly – 2:03.75
200 IM – 2:07.32
400 IM – 4:30.83
NCSA Junior Nationals Qualifier all four years of high school … Won the region championship in the 100 fly as a junior at Freeman … NCSA Summer Championships Finalist in the 200 fly in 2017 and the 50 fly in 2018 … AP Scholar with Distinction … Member of the National Honor Society … Also a member of the French and Math Honor Societies, as well as Mu Alpha Theta … Co-Treasurer of the French Club … Volunteer tutor.
Daughter of Katie and Mark Graff … Enjoys art, biking, and spending time with family and friends … Undecided as to her collegiate major.
Elizabeth Intihar – 5-8, Free/Fly/IM
Columbus, Ohio / Bishop Watterson
500 free – 4:56.78
1,650 free – 17:09.772
200 fly – 2:05.38
400 IM – 4:28.16
Winter Junior Nationals in the 400m IM … NISCA Prep All-American in the 500 free in 2018 … Earned all-state honors each of the last two years … Three-time Ohio Division 1 State Qualifier … Scholastic All-American … Carried above a 4.0 all four years of high school … Member of the National Honor Society … Member of the Business Club.
Daughter of Tracy and Stephen Intihar … Father played basketball at Brown … Enjoys reading, getting ice cream with friends, and traveling with her family … Undecided as to her collegiate major.
Kim Jogis – 5-6, Free/IM
Larchmont, N.Y. / Mamaroneck
500 free – 4:58.05
1,650 free – 17:00.03
200 IM – 2:06.98
400 IM – 4:27.19
Winter Junior Nationals Qualifier in both 2017 and 2018 … Qualified for the state championships all four years … Finished fifth in the 500 free and 10th in the 200 IM as a senior … Third in the state as a junior … Scholastic All-American … Named academic all-state as a senior … Member of the National Honor Society … Volunteer with the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
Daughter of Amy and Chris Jogis … Father was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic badminton team and a six-time U.S. National Singles Champion … Enjoys traveling, photography, and reading … Plans to maybe major in economics.
Brooke Lamoureux – 5-6, Free/Breast/IM
Virginia Beach, Va. / Kellam
50 free – 23.57
100 free – 51.92
100 breast – 1:03.45
200 breast – 2:20.71
200 IM – 2:06.55
Winter Junior Nationals Qualifier … Finished eighth in the Virginia 6A state championships 100 breast as a senior … Also finished 14th in the 50 free … Eighth in the 100 breast at the Virginia Senior Short Course Championships … Runner-up in both events at the region championships … Named the All-Met Female Scholastic Swimmer of the Year in 2017 … Member of the National Honor Society … Volunteer with Operation Smile.
Daughter of Carri and Richard Lamoureux … Enjoys surfing, art, and student teaching … Undecided as to her collegiate major.
Grace Olsen – 5-6, Back/Breast/Fly/IM
Williamsburg, Va. / Lafayette
100 back – 57.77
100 breast – 1:04.51
100 fly – 56.11
200 IM – 2:07.10
Won the Virginia 4A state championship in the 100 breast as a junior … Also finished second in the 100 fly that year as well … 2019 Futures Qualifier … Honor Roll all four years … Vice President of the Student Council … Member of the National Honor Society … Secretary of Mu Alpha Theta.
Daughter of Jennifer and Erik Olsen … Father played baseball at VMI … Enjoys writing, reading, and going to the beach … Plans to major in English.
Peyton Proffitt – 5-8, Breast/IM
Richmond, Va. / Douglas Freeman
100 breast – 1:05.22
200 breast – 2:17.73
200 IM – 2:05.42
400 IM – 4:23.76
USA Swimming Summer and Winter Junior Nationals Qualifier … NCSA Junior Nationals Finalist each of the last three years … Championship finalist in the 200 IM and the 100 breast as both a junior and a senior at the Virginia 5A State Championships … Ranked among the national top-50 in the 200m breast (LCM) in 2017 … Helped her club teams to the girls’ runner-up trophy at the 2017 summer NCSAs, and to the combined runner-up trophy at the 2019 spring NCSA meet … Scholastic All-American … Member of the National Honor Society … Also a member of the BETA Club, Mu Alpha Theta, and the Spanish Honor Society.
Daughter of Susan and Heath Proffitt … Mother played basketball at Richmond … Grandfather, Cramer Harrington, enjoyed a Hall of Fame career in both basketball and baseball at SUNY Oneonta … Enjoys traveling, yoga, and spending time with friends … Undecided as to her collegiate major.
Katie Stevenson – 5-9, Free/Fly
Wilton, Conn. / Wilton
50 free – 23.67
100 free – 50.86
200 free – 1:49.62
100 fly – 56.75
All-State and all-conference … Runner-up at the Connecticut State Open Championship in the 100 free … Helped Wilton finish second in the 800 free relay at the YMCA Nationals … Scholastic All-American … Volunteer with Best Buddies.
Daughter of Julie and Nick Stevenson … Enjoys fishing, magic, and playing with her dogs … Undecided as to her collegiate major, but interested in special education.
Grace Tramack – 5-7, Free/IM
Palo Alto, Calif. / Henry Gunn
200 free – 1:50.66
500 free – 4:55.14
1,650 free – 17:07.74
400 IM – 4:30.19
USA Swimming Futures Qualifier … Twice earned prep All-American honors on relays … Six-time CIF state qualifier … Helped Gunn win the Central Section team title in 2018 … Six-time section finalist … Won Superior ranking in the NCTE Awards for Young Writers … Editor of her high school paper … Athlete representative in her LSC and USA Swimming … Volunteer coach for the Special Olympics.
Daughter of Valerie and Michael Tramack … Enjoys reading, writing, baking, and playing with her dog … Plans to major in government and history.
Annie Tuttle – 5-8, Breast
Alexandria, Va. – The Potomac School
100 breast – 1:03.19
200 breast – 2:20.83
Winter Junior Nationals Qualifier in the 100 breast … NCSA Qualifier in both 2018 and 2019 … Won the 2018 Virginia Independent Schools’ State Championship in the 100 breast … Four-time championship finalist in that event at the state meet … All-State each of the last three years … Helped win the Washington Metropolitan team title as a senior in 2019 … Named honorable mention All-Met by the Washington Post … Scholastic All-American … Leader of the Girls Learn International team at her school … Volunteer with Kids Helping Kids.
Daughter of Laura Denk and Jonathan Tuttle … Is the fourth member of her family to attend W&M … Mother graduated in 1989 … Father also graduated in 1989 after a Hall of Fame career on the Tribe men’s soccer team … Uncle, Robert Tuttle, graduated in 1985 … Cousin, Stephen Hardy, played tennis at the College of Charleston … Enjoys going to the beach, spending time with family and friends, and playing with her two golden retrievers … Undecided as to her collegiate major.