Senior Michelle Rodriguez collected her school record for all sports 16th All-America certificate by finishing 10th place in the 100-yard freestyle with a school-record time of 51.08 to earn honorable mention All-America in the event at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving championships in Knoxville, Tennessee. Rodriguez surpasses Josh Muldner's '99 record of 15 certificates set from 1995-99 in men's swimming.
Senior Wills DeMoulin earned his third All-America certificate of his career with an 11th place score of 443.00 points in three-meter diving on Saturday. DeMoulin claimed honorable mention status for the third time overall and first on the high board as he was a two-time winner on the one-meter board.
On Thursday, Rodriguez tied the school record by earning honorable mention All-America with a ninth place finish in the 200-yard freestyle tonight in a SUNYAC and school record time of 1:50.14 at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving championships in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Rodriguez earned the 14th All-America certificate of her career with a first team All-America, seventh-place finish in the 500-yard freestyle with a SUNYAC and school-record time of 4:56.22 on Wednesday.
On Friday, sophomore Frank Schiappa and juniors Aaron Wagner, Andrew Kuter and Dan Strothenke finished 25th in the 800-freestyle relay with a time of 7:04.31 and on Saturday, the quartet was disqualified for a false start in the 400 freestyle relay, while Schiappa finished 33rd in a school record time of 46.21.
In men's action on Thursday, Schiappa and juniors Wagner, Kuter and Strothenke collected honorable mention All-America recognition by placing 13th in a time of 1:23.62, while DeMoulin placed 20th with a score of 345.05 in one-meter diving.
On Wednesday, Schiappa finished 28th in the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 20.79 and teamed with Wagner, Kuter and Strothenke to place 23rd in the 200-yard medley relay in a time of 1:35.54.