Women's Swimming & Diving

Kristin Day named 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year

Kristin Day, a former swimming and diving college athlete at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, is the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year. Now in its 25th year, the Woman of the Year Award recognizes female student-athletes for outstanding academic achievement, athletics excellence, community service and leadership.

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Supriya Davis

The Swarthmore swimmer learned she was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship shortly before graduating in May with degrees in chemistry and computer science. So, in August, she used the scholarship to move to India where she will spend nine months researching tuberculosis, hoping to find a simple, fast and non-invasive way to diagnose this global disease.

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Margo Geer

The Arizona swimmer reflects on the important lessons she learned in her time as a college athlete.

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Kristin Day

Clarion University of Pennsylvania’s Kristin Day maintained a perfect grade-point average in chemistry and competed for Division II diving national championships. Alone, either of those accomplishments would be enough to satiate most people’s ambitions. Not Day.


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