Colonials host two meets on Colonials Weekend
Colonials beat Howard and Chowan in dual opener
Miranda Simon posts NCAA Zones qualifying score
Colonials Show Strong Improvement in Coach Winchester's First Season
Colonials Wrap Day 1 of A-10 Championships
2016-17: Swam career-fastest time in the 50 free in 24.16 at the Atlantic 10 Championships...Touched the wall in 53.88 for personal-best time in the 100 free at the A-10 Championships...Posted season best in the 100 butterfly at the A-10 Championships in 58.65... Fall 2016 GW Athletics Academic Dean's List member...Fall 2016 A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll member.
2015-16: Swam season-fastest times in three of four events at the 2016 Atlantic 10 Championships (Feb. 21): the 50-yard freestyle (24.18), the 100-yard freestyle (54.51), and the 100-yard butterfly (58.26)...Touched the wall in career-best times in the 100-yard backstroke (1:04.20) and the 50-yard butterfly (26.44) at the Magnus Cup Invitational (Nov. 22)... Member of Fall 2015 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll... Named to the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
High School: Four-year standout at Olentangy Liberty High School...Helped team win Ohio Capital Conference (OCC) championship title as a freshman...Three-time individual district qualifier in the 100-yd butterfly...Individual district qualifier in the 200-yd IM, 50-yd freestyle and 100-yd freestyle...YMCA National qualifier in the 200-yd medley relay, 200-m butterfly, 200-yd free relay and three times in the 50-m freestyle...State finalist in the 200 free relay...State qualifier in the 200 free relay, 400 free relay and twice in the 200 medley relay...Helped team to District runner-up performance as a senior and three OCC runner-up finishes from 2013-2015...Member of National Honor Society...Named Scholar Athlete of swimming and diving and cross country teams...Member of Liberty Township Powell YMCA swim team.
Personal: Born Caroline Anneliese Racke on Sept. 8, 1997, in Saint Louis, Missouri...Daughter of Amy Lovett-Racke and Michael Racke...Has one older sister, Elizabeth, two younger sisters, Anja and Christina, and two younger brothers, Michael and Luke...Intends to major in Chemistry and become a physician...Enjoys running half-marathons.
|50-Yard Freestyle||24.16||Atlantic 10 Championships (2/16/2017)|
|100-Yard Freestyle||53.88||Atlantic 10 Championships (2/18/2017)|
|100-Yard Backstroke||1:04.20||Magnus Cup Invitational (11/21/2015)|
|50-Yard Butterfly||26.44||Magnus Cup Invitational (11/22/2015)|
|100-Yard Butterfly||58.26||Atlantic 10 Championships (2/18/2016)|
Women's Swimming & Diving Begins FIU Fall Classic
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Swimming & Diving Gets to Work
George Washington swimming and diving returned to the pool at Charles E. Smith Center on Wednesday for its first practice of the 2017-18 season.
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Seven Student-Athletes Recognized by University for Academic Excellence
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