The George Washington University: Women's Swimming

Hannah Kopydlowski
Hannah  Kopydlowski

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Goodrich, MI

High School:
Powers Catholic

Height:
5-7

Event:
Free/Back

Major:
Biology



02/19/2015

GW Swimming and Diving Completes Day 2 of A-10 Championships

12 Colonials Set Personal Records

02/19/2015

GW Swimming and Diving Completes Day 2 of A-10 Championships

12 Colonials Set Personal Records

11/23/2014

GW Women's Swimming and Diving Takes Third at Patriot Invite

Reinker, Zebley Pace Colonials on Final Day of Competition

11/21/2014

GW Women's Swimming and Diving Holds Rank at Patriot Invite

Colonials Maintain Third Place After Two Days of Competition

11/20/2014

GW Women's Swimming and Diving in Third at Patriot Invite

Abbey Fusco Picks Up Win in 500 Free to Pace Colonials

High School: Ten-time Michigan All-State selection from Powers Catholic...Won 2012 Michigan State Championship in 50 free and took home 2013 state title in 100 back...Named 2013 Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 3 Swimmer of the Year...Two-time Flint Journal Swimmer of the Year (2012-13)...Owns seven Powers Catholic school records...Tabbed 2013 Academic All-State and NISCA Academic All-American...Also swam for Liquid Lightning and Aqua Club...Member of National Honors Society and Rotary Interact Club.

Personal: Born Hannah Kopydlowski on July 3, 1995 in Flint, MI...Daughter of Lydia and Jim Kopydlowski...Has two older brothers, Nate, who played football for Kalamazoo College, and Tyler, who played football for Trine University...Intends to major in biology at GW.

CAREER BESTS
50-Yard Freestyle 24.06 Patriot Invitational (11/20/2014)
100-Yard Freestyle 53.40 Patriot Invitational (11/22/2014)
200-Yard Freestyle 1:59.70 Hawkeye Invitational (12/1/2012)
100-Yard Backstroke 59.72 Patriot Invitational (11/21/2014)
100-Yard Breaststroke 1:11.16 vs. Howard (1/23/2015)
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