Student Athletes Honored for Success On the Field, In the Classroom
Saints in Sixth Place; Five Saints Tapped for MAAC All-Academic Team
MAAC Championships Start Thursday in Buffalo
Special Guest: Kristen Lange
Saints Dispatch Sacred Heart; Now 9-3 in 2011-12
2010-11: MAAC All-Academic Team selection for the second consecutive year...Swam top 100 breast time (1:15.22) in Siena's first win of the season over Holy Cross.
2009-10: Named to MAAC All-Academic team...Also named to conference Honor Roll...Finished second in 400 free relay at Vermont (4:02.15)...Led off third-place 200 medley relay against Holy Cross (2:00.66).
2008-09: Saw action in a number of events including back, IM, medley relay and short distance freestyle competitions...Contributed to third place finish in the 200 medley relay (2:03.54) in victory over Niagara (1/17)...Had season-best time of 1:06.20 in the 100 back against Manhattan/Loyola (11/15).
BEFORE SIENA: Earned five letters swimming in the 200IM and 100 back events at Pearl River...Recipient of Dana Engelienner Swimming Achievement Award...Over span of career, named All-County First Team, Second Team, Honorable Mention, All-League and Most Improved award...Volunteer for Meals on Wheels, Random House Publishing Company, Learn to Swim and New York Sharks Aquatics.
PERSONAL: Born November 7, 1990 in Nyack, N.Y....The daughter of William and Mary Lange...Has a younger brother, William, and a younger sister, Mary...An English major who one day hopes for a career as a journalist...Enjoys playing lacrosse...Chose Siena because she liked the campus, small class sizes and liked the swim team...Also recruited to swim by St. Rose, St. Lawrence, and Alfred University.
KUETERMAN ON LANGE: "She's a great teammate and although battling injuries, I expect a successful season from her in the breaststroke and freestyle events."