Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field led the way with 34 honorees
Green Wave set three more records, including an NCAA B-Cut performance in the 100 free by Mia Schachter
Mia Schachter posts third school record of the weekend with 100 free leadoff split time of 49.85
Green Wave fall to Western Kentucky, 201-96, and come up short against host Commodores, 178-109
Green Wave to participate in the North Texas Relays on Friday before squaring off against TCU on Saturday
100 back: 1:04.29 at San Diego State (1/10/14)
200 back: 2:19.17 at Houston Quad Meet (2/1/14)
100 free: 59.13 vs Vanderbilt (11/2/13)
200 free; 1:56.63 at Phill Hansel Invitational (11/22/13)
500 free: 5:02.23 at C-USA Championship (2/27/14)
1000 free: 10:28.05 at C-USA Championship (3/1/14)
1650 free: 17:23.68 at C-USA Championship (3/1/14)
2013-14: Participated in all nine meets as a true freshman...posted season-best times of 59:13 in the 100 free vs Vanderbilt (Nov. 2), 1:04.29 in the 100 back at San Diego State (Jan. 10), 1:56.63 in the 200 free at the Phill Hansel Invitational (Nov. 22) and 2:19.17 in the 200 back at the Houston Quad Meet (Feb. 1) as well as a 5:02.23 in the 500 free (Feb. 27), 10:28.05 in the 1000 free with a 1650 split (March 1) and 17:23.68 in the 1650 free (March 1) at the Conference USA Championship...top individual finish was a third-place showing in the 1000 free vs UALR (Oct. 12)...in relay action, swam the second leg of the 200 free vs UALR and the third leg of the 800 free at the Phill Hansel Invitational (Nov. 22)...away from the pool, claimed C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane 3.0 Club recognition.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at The Bolles School...helped lead the Bulldogs to four consecutive district titles and finished individually in the Top 16 at the state meet each year...as a senior, finished seventh in the 500 free (5:01.21) and 11th in the 200 free (1:54.90) at the state championship and claimed USA Swimming Academic All-American recognition...also was a member of Bolles Swimming where she helped the club team win the Winter Junior Nationals three times and claimed state titles all four years...was a Summer Junior National Qualifier and First Coast All-Star, and was selected for the 2010 USA Swimming's Zone Select Camp and 2011 USA Swimming's National Diversity Camp...away from the pool, was a member of the National Honor Society, claimed first and second honors every quarter as a prepster, and won the school science fair while finishing second at the regional level.