Women’s swimming celebrates the season at the annual awards banquet

USAF ACADEMY — The women’s swim team officially closed the 2021-22 campaign at the annual awards banquet Wednesday night at the Air Force Academy. The Falcons finished with a 6-7-1 record and a seventh-place finish in the league tournament. Individually, the team scored the program record books 31 times during the season.

MVPCorbyn Cormackthe p.

First year swimmer Corbyn Cormack was named the team’s MVP. Cormack led all swimmers to the top spots of the season, putting her name in the program’s record books in five events, underscored by a new program standard in the 100m butterfly. She has the second fastest time in Academy history in the 200 IM, sixth best in the 200 backstroke and eighth in the 200 breaststroke and 400 IM. She made the NCAA B Cup twice in her debut campaign and swam to a second-place podium finish in the 200m medley at the Mountain West Championships.

Most ImprovedElla Martinthe p.
Ella Martin

Coaches Awards – Kendra JoachimSo., and Kara GavinSo.


Most Inspirational Lindsey Brown Award

coaches price

Lindsay Brown died in a car accident on December 21, 2007 – She was 19 years old. Lindsay loved her team and wanted swimmers and divers to have a uniquely positive team atmosphere. Those who are recognized by their teammates as the most inspiring are those who work to create the kind of loving, supportive team that every athlete wants to be part of. Consideration criteria:
-Think of others first
– Is quick to forgive
-Can be trusted
-Is dedicated


Caroline WittichSr.

Gina JenkinsJr.

Kara GavinSo.

Darien Tompkinsthe p.

Senior Class of 2022


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