Clune Repeats as First Team in 100 Breaststroke; Adourian Named All-Sportsmanship
LANCASTER, Pa. — Four student-athletes from the Washington College women's swim team were officially announced as All-Centennial Conference selections today by the conference office. All-Centennial honors for swimming were earned at the Centennial Conference Championships, which were held February 22-25 at Franklin & Marshall College. Gold medalists receive All-Centennial Conference first-team honors, while silver medalists receive honorable mention.
Senior Jenni Clune (Bowie, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt) was named to the first team for the 100 breaststroke after winning that event for the second year in a row, this time with a time of 1:05.11. She also swam the anchor leg of the silver medal-winning 400 freestyle relay team, joining junior Anna Schmittle (York, Pa./York Suburban), senior Katie Gorman (Whippany, N.J./Whippany Park), and junior Julia Portmann (Palatine, Ill./William Fremd) for a time of 3:34.82.
Clune finished her career with a total of eight All-Centennial honors, while Gorman finished with four. Portmann and Schmittle now have five each for their careers.
The Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team for women's swimming was also announced with each institution able to nominate one student-athlete. Senior Maija Adourian (Phoenix, Md./Notre Dame Prep) was the Shorewomen's representative.