Swimming & Diving

Usher Named to 2003 USA Men's Swimming All-America Team

Scott Usher swam the second fastest 200m breaststroke in the nation.<br>

Scott Usher swam the second fastest 200m breaststroke in the nation.

Oct. 23, 2003

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming junior Scott Usher was recently named to the 2003 USA Swimming All-America Team following his second place finish in the 200m breaststroke and third place finish in the 100m breaststroke at the 2003 Summer ConocoPhillips National Swimming Championships.

Usher, a Grand Island, Neb. native, earned All-American status after swimming the third fastest 100m breaststroke and the second fastest 200m breaststroke in the nation after last seasons spring and summer ConocoPhillips National Swimming Championships.

"It is a real honor for Scott to be named to the USA All-American team," said UW head coach Tom Johnson. "It really shows Scott's dedication to the sport. His potential is endless."

The All-America Team is comprised of swimmers who equaled or bettered the faster eighth-place time from either the spring or summer 2002 ConocoPhillips National Swimming Championships, while competing in the spring or summer 2003 ConocoPhillips National Swimming Championships.

 

 

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