Stinnett Earns All-America Honors at NCAA Swimming Championship
Posted: March 29, 2002 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Sophomore Lauren Stinnett earned George Mason’s first Swimming and Diving All-America honor with a fourth-place finish in the 200 butterfly last weekend at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Austin, Texas. Stinnett finished fourth with a time of 1 minute, 56.87 seconds for the Patriots, who are in just their third year of existence for swimming and diving.
In late February at the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Swimming and Diving Championships, Stinnett dominated in each event she was in and broke several conference records. All five events Stinnett competed in at the CAA Championships she set conference records. She set four individual record times, while also helping the 200- and 400-medley relay teams to conference records.
Intercollegiate Athletics has garnered an impressive amount of achievements in a short period of time dating back to 1968. These achievements include 13 team national championships, 35 individual national champions, 4 national coaches of the year, 3 academic All-Americans, 104 NCAA postseason appearances, 287 All-Americans, 36 CAA team championships, 30 CAA coaches of the year, 38 CAA players of the year, and 29 CAA rookies of the year.