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2010 Highlights

CHeerSRJC Women's 2010 Swim & Dive Team was the Big 8 Conference Runner-Up and finished in the top five at the CCCAA State Championships for the seventh year in a row. Led by Captains Christina Bergis and Karly Brown, the Cubs followed suit with SRJC's rich tradition of being one of the best teams in the country. The team managed to qualify 10 swimmers to the state finals, all 10 of which were named to the All American team. Freshman Lauren Bugglin along with returning sophomores Brittney Boyd, Brown, and Bergis scored the majority of the team points at both the conference and state championships. Boyd, a sprint freestyler, was named to both the All Conference and All American teams and was SRJC's MVP after anchoring four of the five relays and final ling in all three of her individual events including the 50, 100 and 200 freestyles. Bugglin also set a new school record in the 50 Back with a time of 26.89, and ranked nationally in both of the backstroke events and the 50 fly. Congratulations to the 2010 team for a fantastic season. Individual and team honors are listed below. (Photos courtesy of Debi Pettit)

Christina Bergis

Christina Bergis
SRJC TEAM CAPTAIN AWARD
All American 100 IM, 100 Breast & Medley Relays
All Conference Athlete
Years Swimming: 2
State Championship Athlete
Received swimming scholarship to San Jose State University.

Brittney Boyd

Brittney Boyd
SRJC MOST VALUABLE SWIMMER
All American 100 Free, 200 Free & Relays
All Conference Athlete
Years Swimming: 2
State Championship Athlete
Received swimming scholarship to San Jose State University.

Karly Brwon

Karly Brown
SRJC TEAM CAPTAIN AWARD
All American 200 Free, 500 Free, 200 IM & Relays
All Conference Athlete
Years Swimming: 2
State Championship Athlete
Received swimming scholarship to San Jose State University.

Lauren Bugglin

Lauren Bugglin
All American 50 Fly, 50, Back, 100 Back & Relays
All Conference Athlete
Current School Record Holder in 50 Back
Years Swimming: 1
State Championship Athlete

Jillian Clark

Jillian Clark
All American 50 Back & 200 Free Relay
Years Swimming: 1
State Championship Athlete

Sarah Eastland

Sarah Eastland
SRJC COMMITTMENT TO EXCELLENCE AWARD
Years Swimming: 2
State Championship Athlete
Transferring to UC Santa Cruz.

Madison Gomes

Madison Gomes
All American 200 Free Relay
Years Swimming:
State Championship Athlete

Katelyn Hackett

Katelyn Hackett
All American 800 Free Relay
Years Swimming: 2
State Championship Athlete
Transferring to CSU Humboldt.

Alex Hamm

Alex Hamm
All American 100 IM
Years Diving: 2
State Championship Athlete

Krista Loper

Krista Loper
SRJC COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE AWARD
Years Swimming: 2
Transferring to play water polo for Fresno Pacific University.

Olivia O'Day

Olivia O'Day
All American 200 Free Relay
Years Swimming: 2
State Championship Athlete

Maile Osborne

Maile Osborne
SRJC COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE AWARD
All American 200 & 400 Free Relays
Years Swimming: 2
State Championship Athlete
Transferring to play water polo for the University of Hawaii.

Christine Way

Christine Way
SRJC MOST IMPROVED SWIMMER
Years Swimming: 1

Relay
From front to back: Lauren Bugglin, Christina Bergis, Karly Brown, Brittney Boyd (Medley Relays)

All American 200 & 400 Medley Relays
Lauren Bugglin (Back), Christina Bergis (Breast), Karly Brown (Fly), Brittney Boyd (Free)

All American 200 Free Relay
Madison Gomes, Jillian Clark, Olivia O'Day, Maile Osborne

All American 400 Free Relay
Karly Brown, Olivia O'Day, Maile Osborn, Brittney Boyd

All American 800 Free Relay
Karly Brown, Brittney Boyd, Katelyn Hackett, Lauren Bugglin

 

 

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