1993-94 All-Met Girls Swimming and Diving Team
Thursday, March 24, 1994
SWIMMER OF THE YEAR
Four-time All-Met and repeat Swimmer of the
Year. Won 200 IM (meet record of 2:04.91) and 100 backstroke
(57.51) at Metros.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Directed Tigers to its 15th consecutive D.C. Interscholastic
Athletic Association girls team title.
Three-time All-Met. Won 200-yard (1.52.39) and 500 (5.03.45)
freestyles at Virginia State Invitational; Senior National qualifier.
Two-time All-Met. Won 100 butterfly (59.34) at Metros championship;
Junior National qualifier in seven events.
Three-time All-Met. Won 100 breaststroke (1:07.01) at Metros for
third straight year; junior national qualifier in 100 and 200
500 freestyle (5:01.04) champion at Metros championships; 100
butterfly (1:00.30) and 500 freestyle (5:00.08) champion at Washington
Private Schools championships.
Three-time All-Met. Won 50-yard (25.01) and 100 freestyles (51.9)
at Metros championships, Catholic Nationals and Washington Private
Two-time All-Met. Set Virginia State record in winning diving title
with 484.85 points. Junior and Senior nationals qualifier.
Three-time All-Met. Won 50-yard (best of 23.56) and 100 (best of
51.30) freestyles at Virginia State and Northern Region meets. Set
region record in the 50 (24.06).
Amanda Atkinson, Stafford; Adrienne Cross, Gar-Field; Meg Freese,
Robinson; Stephanie Lawrence, Washington-Lee; Courtney Miller,
Churchill; Jen Rozzoni, Chantilly; Molly Ryan, Marshall; Renee Scherr,
Brooke Point; Katie Snead, Robinson; Jenn Stillwell, Robinson; Stephanie
Sutton, Fairfax; Leslieanne Swanson, Woodbridge; Carrie Tucker,
Churchill; Stephanie Wilson, Watkins Mill; Lisa Wimberly, Jefferson;
Lauren Withers, Hylton
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