Immediate Release: May 24, 2010
are excited to announce our captains for next year," said
head coach Sean Clark. "There is no doubt that these strong
leaders will continue to push us forward as we look to become
an even stronger program in and out of the pool."
For the women, junior Amanda Ciccone was tabbed for MVP for the second straight year. This season, she won 24 individual events in dual meets, including nine wins in the 100 free. She anchored nine winning relays and was named America East swimmer of the week in February. She led the Bearcats at the America East Championships as the only Binghamton swimmer to final in two events, the 200 I.M. and 100 fly, while being the top consolation finalist in the 100 free. Ciccone was also a member of two team record relays, while lowering her own team record in the 200 individual medley.
Sophomore Kylie Cremer was honored with the Female Most Improved Swimmer. Cremer dropped 47 seconds from her best mile, 12 seconds from her best 400 I.M., and eight seconds from her best 500 free. Most Improved Swimmer for the men was sophomore Matt Weis who dropped four seconds in the 100 fly and a full second in the 50 free as a Conference consolation-finalist.
the boards, the Most Improved Diver went to sophomore Morgan
Neal, who emerged as a two event finalist at the Conference
meet this year. The Most Valuable Diver was awarded to freshman
Foiles, who was named America East diver of the week in January
and earned All-Conference honors for his second place finish
on the one-meter board at the Conference meet.
"We are really looking forward to another great season for the Bearcats in the pool and on the boards," head coach Sean Clark said. "A strong freshman class in the fall will keep pushing us in the right direction."
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