Meet the senior members (and a few of their friends) of Emory's two-time Div. III national champion women's swimming and diving team!
From left to right, they are: Katie Mroz, Sylvie Curci, assistant coach Cindy Fontana, Liz Horvat, Swoop, Morgan Klinzing, Amy Minowitz, April Whitley, and head coach Jon Howell.
The Eagles' win marks the team's fourth national title and second back-to-back championship (Emory also claimed championships in 2005, 2006 and 2010). For the full story about the women's swimming and diving team's victory, click here.
That bell in the middle of the photo is the Victory Bell, and on Monday, March 28, all of Emory's varsity athletics teams gathered at the Miller-Ward Alumni House for the annual Victory Bell ceremony to both celebrate their accomplishments and send off Emory's senior student-athletes in style.
See Victory Bell photos of all Emory's teams.
In all, March has been a pretty good month for the Eagles. In addition to Emory's triumphs in swimming and diving (which included a national title in the 200-yard butterfly, won by junior Patrick Augustyn), the University recently won University Athletic Association (UAA) titles in baseball, golf, and softball.
Read more here.
It truly is a great day to be an Emory Eagle.
-- Eric Rangus, director of communications, EAA