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Sports Roundup

Winter 2006-07

Men's Basketball (16-8 overall, 10-4 SCIAC)
The teamed finished in second place in SCIAC, with David Knowles (PZ '07) selected to the All-SCIAC First Team and junior Jabarri Reynolds selected to the SCIAC Second Team. Knowles also received the Ted Ducey Award.

Women's Basketball (5-20 overall, 2-12 SCIAC)
Alana Casner '07 received SCIAC's Baldwin Award. Raquel Viramontes '07 ranked fourth in SCIAC in 3-point field goals and fifth in 3-point field goal percentage.

Women's Swimming & Diving (4-3 overall, 4-3 SCIAC)
The team was awarded Academic All-American status. The 200-medley relay team set school records. Laura Condon '08 was the SCIAC champion in the 100 back, and Kristen Boysen '10 was the SCIAC champion in the 200 back. Boysen, Condon, Kimi Ide-Foster (PZ '10), Janelle Gyorffy '09, Christine Bell (PZ '08) and Kathleen Hall '09 were All-SCIAC selections.

Men's Swimming & Diving (3-4 overall, 3-4 SCIAC)
The team received Academic All-American status and had the second highest grade point average of any men's collegiate swim team in any division in the country. David Hendrickson '09 was the SCIAC champion in the 500 and 1650 freestyle. Hendrickson, Nick Douglas '07, Paul Fields '09, Minsoo Kim '10, Jordan Gadd '09 and Brian Borger '10 were named to the All-SCIAC Team.
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