Twenty-Two ECU Student-Athletes Earn All-Conference Honors At Swimming And Diving Champiionships
Feb. 28, 2006
HOUSTON - East Carolina set nine varsity records and 22 student-athletes earned all-conference accolades at the 2006 Conference USA Swimming & Diving Women's Championships and Men's Invitational held this past weekend at Houston's Campus Recreation & Wellness Center Natatorium.
The Pirates placed second in both the Women's Championships and Men's Invitational behind SMU.
Sophomore Rebecca Perry qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 50-free with a varsity record time of 22.88. She also established varsity records in the 100 (50.83) and 200-free (1:49.10)
She also helped set varsity records in the 400-medley, 400-free and 800-free relays to earn all-conference honors in each relay event.
Junior Bryan Yasinsac earned all-conference honors in four relay events and set the varsity record in the 50-free.
Lubenau and Neville each earned all-conference honors in five events. Neville placed among the top three in the 100 and 200-back as did Lubenau in the 100-fly with an NCAA `B' mark and varsity record time of 47.96.
Senior Adrienne Williams also recorded an NCAA `B' time in the 50-free as did Perry in the 100 and 200-free.
ECU divers also finished among the meet's elite. Sophomores Peter Bradyhouse and Christie Icenhower each medaled on the 3-meter boards, while Bradyhouse also medaled on the platform. Senior Robbie Derr also received accolades for his performance on the 1-meter board.
All-Conference USA performers: