Women's Swimming and Diving
2006-07 Highlights

Kelly Sponholz SPONHOLZ 5TH IN 3-METER
Fredonia State sophomore Kelly Sponholz earned All-American status for the second time in three days with a fifth place finish Saturday in 3-meter springboard diving at the NCAA Division III championships in Houston, Texas ...




'ALL-AMERICAN' SPONHOLZ 3rd IN NCAA 1-METER DIVING.
Fredonia State sophomore Kelly Sponholz finished third in 1-meter springboard diving Thursday at the NCAA Division III championships in Houston, Texas, and earned All-American status in the process ...

AUSTIN LOWERS MARK
Sprint specialist Cassie Austin broke her own school record in the 50-yard freestyle during a time trial ...

PROGRESS MEASURED MANY WAYS
The Fredonia State swimming and diving team measured its 2006-07 success with All SUNYACS, team records, and continued growth of the overall program ...

SUNYAC MEET COMES TO CLOSE
The Devils crowned two SUNYAC champions on Saturday ...

RECORD-SETTING WAYS
Five more Fredonia State school records fell Friday at the 2007 SUNYAC championship meet ...

FOUR RECORDS FALL
An 18-year-old men's school record and three women's school records were broken by Blue Devils on the first day of the 2007 SUNYAC championship meet ...

PROVISIONAL QUALIFIERS
Two Fredonia State divers posted NCAA provisional qualifying scores at the start of the SUNYAC Swimming and Diving championship meet ...

SUNYACS SET TO BEGIN
The moment has arrived for the Fredonia State men's and women's swimming and diving teams -- the SUNYAC Championships at Buffalo ...

PAIR OF SPLITS
Both the women and men earned a win and suffered a defeat at Oneonta...

NARROWEST OF VICTORIES
A difference of .02 hundredths of a second was the margin resulting in Fredonia State's swimming and diving victory over the Ithaca men at the Steele Hall Natatorium. The Blue Devils also defeated Nazareth College while one senior, celebrating Senior Day, set a pool record ...

DEVILS BEST BROCKPORT
A triple-winner on the men's side and a school record for one of the women highlighted Fredonia State's dual wins over Brockport at the Steele Hall Natatorium ...

TWO RECORDS SET
Cassie Austin set a new school standard in the 100 freestyle and Noor El-Tahawy bettered the Blue Devil mark in the 200 butterfly at Gannon University...

SPONHOLZ EARNS ECAC HONOR
Fredonia State sophomore Kelly Sponholz, right, has been cited for a weekly ECAC award ...

WOMEN 2ND, MEN 4TH
The Fredonia State women finished second and the men fourth at the 2006 Blue Devil Invitational ...

WIN, POOL RECORD HIGHLIGHT SESSION 1
A win by senior Cassie Austin and a pool record by the men's 400-yard medley relay were the Fredonia State highlights on the first night of the Fredonia State Invitational at the Steele Hall Natatorium ...

THREE DOUBLES
Three Blue Devils each claimed victory in two events, but could not hold off a strong performance vs. Allegheny College ...

BROKEN RECORDS
A 16-year-old men's relay record was one of three Fredonia State marks to fall during the Blue Devils' meet at Alfred University ...

WOMEN GO 2-1
The Fredonia State women defeated Genesee and Monroe Community Colleges and fell to Geneseo ...

AUSTIN BREAKS 2 POOL MARKS
Senior freestyle sprint specialist Cassie Austin set two pool marks, sophomore diver Kelly Sponholz set one, and freshman Michael Seay was a triple winner in Fredonia State's home swimming and diving meet vs. Rochester Institute of Technology ...

PROVISIONAL QUALIFIER
Kelly Sponholz was an NCAA provisional qualifier, Taylor Kelly broke a team record, and Cassie Austin was a triple winner as Fredonia State defeated Morrisville in the season opener ...

WOMEN BOOTERS, SWIMMERS HOME
The Fredonia State women's soccer and men's and women's swimming and diving teams have home events this weekend. Men's soccer and volleyball travel, while the cross country teams -- with good news in the weekly rankings -- are idle ...

ARC OF DIVERS KEY TO ASCENT
The return of two past SUNYAC champion divers is among the areas of strength -- and depth -- in the men's and women's diving program heading into the start of the 2006-07 season ...


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