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Tiger Tracks Swimming Newsletter

Tiger Tracks Swimming Newsletter

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“War Eagle, Fly Down the Field. Ever to Conquer, Never to Yield!!! “ -Auburn University Fight Song. (Excerpt)

Office Phone (334) 844-9746

www.auburntigers.com/swimming

Alumni, As we embark on the 2012-2013 swimming and diving season it makes me reflect on the success the Auburn team has experienced over the past year. The men’s team successfully defended their SEC title and kept the winning streak alive, 16 in a row! The women had a standout meet with some of our younger faces stepping up and
“War Eagle, Fly Down the Field. Ever to Conquer, Never to Yield!!! “ -Auburn University Fight Song. (Excerpt)

Office Phone (334) 844-9746

www.auburntigers.com/swimming

Alumni, As we embark on the 2012-2013 swimming and diving season it makes me reflect on the success the Auburn team has experienced over the past year. The men’s team successfully defended their SEC title and kept the winning streak alive, 16 in a row! The women had a standout meet with some of our younger faces stepping up and

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“War Eagle, Fly Down the Field. Ever to Conquer, Never  to Yield!!! “  
-
Auburn University Fight Song. (Excerpt)
 www.auburntigers.com/swimmingOffice Phone (334) 844-9746
Alumni,As we embark on the 2012-2013 swimming and diving season it makes me reflect on thesuccess the Auburn team has experienced over the past year. The men’s team successfullydefended their SEC title and kept the winning streak alive, 16 in a row! The women had astandout meet with some of our younger faces stepping up and having breakout swims toaccompany a strong showing by our veterans. NCAA’s saw both the men and women stay inthe top 10 in the country and fueled both the athletes and coaches with a desire to bringhome some hardware next year!Every 4 years swimming and diving takes center stageat the Olympics and showcases the excitement of oursports, 2012 was no different! 14 current and formerTigers represented 10 different countries at theOlympics in London. I had the honor of representing theBahamas in London as Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace’scoach. Being at the Olympics gave me a first hand viewof the amazing representatives that Auburn hadcompeting at the games and I was so proud of how eachof them represented both the team, the school and theircountry.We hope to keep the success rolling this year and would love to see each and every one of you at the pool supporting our current athletes. Please feel free to come to as many dualmeets as you can as well as attending our small Alumni gettogether during ring weekend and our hall of honor inductionweekend in January. Details of these events can be found atthe end of the newsletter and our meet schedule can be foundon the website.WAR EAGLE!Brett Hawke
 
WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
Kirsty Coventry (Zimbabwe):200 IM—6th200 Back—6th400 IM & 100 Back semi-finalistArianna Vanderpool-Wallace(Bahamas):50 Free—8th100 Free semi-finalistMicah Lawrence (USA):200 Breast—6th
MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
George Bovell (Trinidad & Tobago):50 Free—7thAdam Brown (Great Britain):400 Medley Relay—4thCesar Cielo (Brazil):50 Free—3rd100 Free—6thGideon Louw (South Africa):400 Free Relay—5th50 Free & 100 Free semi-finalistMatt Targett (Australia):400 Medley Relay—3rd400 Free Relay—4th Tyler McGill (USA):400 Medley Relay—1st100 Fly—7thEric Shanteau (USA):400 Medley Relay—1st100 Breast semi-finalist
Tiger Success In London
14 current and former Auburn Swimmers represented 10 different coun-tries. These athletes had busy schedule and were hoping to bring Olympicmedals home for their countries. Here are the results:
 
 2012 Auburn Olympians
2012 bring the excitement of theOlympics to London, England andfor the first week of the gamesswimming will be highlight! WithUS Olympic Trials still to takeplace, Auburn already has a strongcontingent that will be traveling tothe games representing a variety of countries. Here is a list of AuburnOlympians so far:
WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
Kirsty Coventry (Zimbabwe) 100, 200 back; 200, 400 IMMegan Fonteno (American Samoa) 100 freeStephanie Horner (Canada) 400 IMArianna Vanderpool-Wallace (Bahamas) 50, 100 freeMicah Lawrence (USA) 200 Breast
MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
George Bovell (Trinidad & Tobago) 50 freeAdam Brown (Great Britain) 4x100 relay, 50, 100 freeMarcelo Chierighini (Brazil) 4x100 relayCesar Cielo (Brazil) 50, 100 free; 4x100 relay James Disney-May (Great Britain) 4x100 relayGideon Louw (South Africa) 100 freeMatt Targett (Australia) 4x100 relay Tyler McGill (USA) 100 flyEric Shanteau (USA) 100 breast

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