I ultimately chose Gardner-Webb University as my home for the next four years for many reasons. First, I felt that the team had a close, family-like chemistry and I was immediately enclosed in that connection. Second, the coaching staff was very close with their team and had a unique relation with each swimmer. I feel that the coaches were genuine and sincere and can take my swimming career to the next level. Lastly, despite the stereotypes I have heard about small universities, the campus had a lot of character and I really enjoyed my first experience. One of my favorite parts about the campus was the Tucker student center which had lots of activities for students to gather. I also think the smaller and more intimate class sizes will create the most prosperous atmosphere for my education.
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- Nov 18 Nebraska-Kearney vs. Midland, St. Mary (NE), Tabor
- Nov 18 Calvin vs. Olivet Nazarene
- Nov 18 Ithaca vs. Hartwick, SUNY Geneseo
- Nov 18 Hamline vs. St. Marys (MN)
- Nov 18 Messiah vs. Lycoming
- Nov 18 Ball State vs. Grand Valley State
- Nov 18 Marist vs. Fairfield
- Nov 18 USF vs Augustana
- Nov 18 Tufts vs. Coast Guard
- Nov 18 Middlebury vs. Connecticut Col
Top SwimsNov. 13, 2017–Nov. 19, 2017
200 Free Relay
200 Free Relay
400 Medley Relay
I chose Bucknell University for its unique blend of academics and swimming that provides you with great career choices and also fast times in the pool. The coaches and team were so welcoming and the facilities are beautiful. The Patriot League has a long-standing reputation for being one of the top D1 programs in the Northeast and I cannot wait to be a part of it! Go Bison!
The moment I stepped on Campus I felt right at home feeling welcomed by both the team and coaches. Penn State is the best place for me with the combination of both top rate academics as well as athletics. I can’t wait to begin my college career as a Nittany Lion! We Are! #PRIDERISING #BLUEprint.