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Colonial of the Week - Phillip Graeter

Junior Phillip Graeter won a meet-high four events to pace George Washington to a 157-105 win over visiting Old Dominion on Saturday Dec. 3 for the Colonials' second straight dual meet victory.

 
Junior Phillip Graeter won a meet-high four events to pace George Washington to a 157-105 win over visiting Old Dominion on Saturday Dec. 3 for the Colonials' second straight dual meet victory.
 

Dec. 13, 2011

Name: Phillip Graeter
Sport: Men's Swimming
Year: Junior
Hometown: Schwerin, Germany
High School: Sportgymnasium Magdeburg

Junior Phillip Graeter won a meet-high four events to pace George Washington to a 157-105 win over visiting Old Dominion on Saturday Dec. 3 for the Colonials' second straight dual meet victory. Graeter opened the meet as the third leg of the first-place finishing 200-yard medley relay that posted a time of 1:36.09, a full two seconds ahead of ODU's second-place team. Graeter won the 200-yard butterfly in 1:56.77, six seconds ahead of ODU's second-place finisher, and then captured the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 1:55.16. Graeter's final victory came in the 200-yard individual medley when he won with a time of 1:55.78, almost five seconds ahead of ODU's second-place finisher.

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