2003 Award Winners
THE EAGLE’S EYE - Outstanding Opponent
Competition is what brings out the best in all of us. Finding a person to race is never a problem, but finding a great competitor, it’s some times tough. That individual who gives his or her best in the pool but leaves the race in the pool. This award gives us the opportunity to recognize some people in the other lanes. The recipients are chosen by the coaches with input from the graduating seniors.
‘04 College of the Holy Cross
Scott Rimm ‘04
College of the Holy Cross
Scott Rimm finishes his career for Holy Cross. He has been a dominant opponent for us in each of the last four seasons. In this seasons concluding meet versus Barry Parenteau’s Crusaders, Scott won three events for the visitor’s – the 50-100-200 freestyles. His aggressive tactics make him a pleasure to watch and a challenge for our swimmers to try and catch up to him.
‘04 Northeastern University
Katie Kane ‘04
Katie Kane is one of those swimmers that sneak up on you. Always very competitive but then there is that jump where all of a sudden she seems unbeatable. She was certainly that way for Roy Coates’ Huskies this year. In our dual meet she was a three time winner and all three were BC-NU Meet Records. She was on the 200 medley relay (1:47.93) and she won both the 100 & 200 breaststrokes (1:05.44 & 2:24.24). Swimmers like Katie Kane turn meets like BC-NU into the competitions we like.
Eagle’s Eye - Past Winners
Katherine Larson Univ of Connecticut
Kate Mailman Northeastern University
1996 Scott Bloeman Northeastern University
Laura Lee Sullivan
1991 Janet Bishop Northeastern University
Bruce Carbone Worcestor Poly Tech
Craig Campbell Northeastern University
Medley Relay – New 2004
ECAC Champions – Meet Record
Medley Relay – New
2004 ECAC Champions – Meet Record