Sherry Shines with Bronze Medal at Synchronized Swim Meet | Zipcom
Madison Medal Swim Meet, Madison, Alabama. Sports Team. Dane Pedersen enters his fifth season at the helm of the James Madison with a meet-record time in the freestyle relay, en route to the gold medal. Brianna Decker, A Team USA forward from Dousman, she played for UW from to She has a silver medal from
Over the season, Pedersen led the Dukes to an record in dual meets with an unblemished conference record. Under his leadership, the Dukes went undefeated in dual meet competitions with a record in Most of all, he is fully supportive of their social development and ability to serve as leaders in their chosen profession after graduating from Madison.
Dane Pedersen - Swimming & Diving Coach - James Madison University Athletics
I want to thank Mr. Phillips for the opportunity and for their support in my role as head coach.
I also would like to thank my family for the endless and unconditional love they provide. The Dukes capped the championships with a meet-record time in the freestyle relay, en route to the gold medal.
The Dukes dominated the nine-team event, finishing with points, more than their nearest competitor.
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Madison swimmers set 15 school records, including two CAA marks, and won eight total events in the four-day meet. In his first season in the purple and gold, Pedersen helped the Dukes turnaround from one win the previous season to an record in dual meets and a seventh-place finish in the CAA meet.
JMU broke nine school records, including eight in swimming events. The campaign saw more success with another mark and a fifth-place showing in the CAA championship meet.
Fourteen school records fell, including 12 in the pool and all five relay races. She won the breast in meet record time 1: The dynamic duo had a see-saw battle, with Huske leading by more than four seconds after back, only to have Keating slice the margin to about 1. There were also four triple winners: He also delivered a Corey Shepard, a senior at Osbourn Park, and a U.
Air Force Academy commitsprinted to victories in the 50 free Daniel Gyenis, a junior at Oakton, won both the free 1: He also swam fly in the medley relay, splitting a Anthony Grimm, a precocious freshman at Oakton, was the breakout swimmer of the night. He reeled off victories in the fly Local fans are already excited about getting to watch him, and Huske, for the next three years.
See his post-meet interview with SwimSwam here. There were also two double winners.