JENNIFER A. ZEBORIS '92|
A native of Binghamton, NY, Jennifer A. Zeboris competed in swimming at Binghamton from 1988-92. She received her bachelor's degree in liberal studies in 1992 and her master's degree in special education from Binghamton in 1994.
In 1991, Zeboris became the first Colonial swimmer to earn NCAA All-America honors when she swam to 16th place in the 100 freestyle. That year, she qualified in three different events — the 50 free, 100 free and 200 free, and also earned a trip to nationals in 1990 with BU's 400 free relay team.
One of the most successful swimmers in conference history, Zeboris won 16 SUNYAC championships, including nine individual events. In 12 career championship meet races, she won nine times and finished second the other three. Zeboris was named 1990 SUNYAC Championship "Swimmer of the Meet" after winning six gold medals and setting four conference records, including a 50 free time of 25.00 seconds — a mark that still remains as she enters BU's Hall of Fame.
A dominating dual meet swimmer, Zeboris led the 1990-91 team to an 11-0 record — the first Binghamton women's team in any sport to post an undefeated season.
In 1991, Zeboris was honored as an Academic All-American by the College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).
She graduated with six school records and was among Binghamton's top-10 in 11 different events.
Zeboris was team MVP all four years, and was named BU's "Athlete of the Year" in both 1990-91 and 1991-92.
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