College Swimming announced Tuesday Madison Westhoff a Sophomore from Normal, IL and Oakley Johns a Freshman from Nandi, Fiji were awarded the female and male swimmer of the week for the independent swimming and diving conference. The independent swimming and diving conference is comprised of all NCAA Division 2 & 3, NJCAA, and NAIA schools.
Madi Ewald a Sophomore from Lincoln, IL was awarded the title of Top Performance South of the Border for an NJCAA Athlete. This title was given to an athlete of each college division whom was not competing at the short course world championships in Windsor Canada this past weekend.
Logan McDanel a Sophomore from East Moline was awarded top 3 swimming performances this past weekend in college swimming.
Coach Jordan said “ Our athletes have been working very hard in the pool. It is great to see 4 student-athletes getting the recognition that they deserve.”
During the first half of the season the Men’s team has a record of 9 wins and 5 losses in dual meet action. The women finished the first half of the season with a dual meet record of 10 wins and 6 losses. Both teams have suffered losses to North Central College and Franklin College whom they have competed against multiple times this season in quad meet action. Notable wins for the Lynx so far this season on both the women’s and men’s side include Illinois College and Millikin university.
For the Lincoln College Divers Nichole Cure a Freshman from Rockton is currently ranked first in in the nation for the 1M springboard event.
The Lynx will be back in action after the New Years on January 3 2017 at the Indian River State Winter Training trip Invite in Fort Pierce Florida.
Madison Weterhoff So. Logan McDaniel So. Oakley Johns Fr. Madi Ewald So.
Normal, IL. East Moline, IL. Nandi, Fiji Lincoln, IL.