UAA Athlete of the Week
University of Chicago
Deephaven, MN (Breck School)
University of Chicago first-year swimmer Abby Erdmann swam the fastest time in NCAA Division III this season in the 200-yard butterfly and the third-fastest time in Division III in the 100-yard butterfly at the Phoenix Fall Classic hosted by the Maroons. Erdmann provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships with her times of 2:05.04 in the 200 butterfly and 56.95 seconds in the 100 butterfly. She also recorded split times of 24.98 seconds in the 50-yard butterfly of the 200-yard medley relay and 58.33 seconds in the 100 backstroke in the 400-yard medley relay.
Durham, NC (Riverside)
Emory University senior diver Sarah Greene won both diving events and set a school record at the Emory Diving Invitational. She won the one-meter dive (11 dives) with a score of 458.50, surpassing her previous mark of 457.65 set during the 2011 UAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Greene added a win in the three-meter dive (11 events) with a score of 442.65.
Other Outstanding Performances
Chicago won the team title at the three-day Phoenix Fall Classic. The Maroons’ women’s and men’s teams combined to set three pool records, nine school records, and 33 NCAA “B” cut times.