Moreau, Seely Honored By Conference USA

Aimee Moreau and Kelly Seely were named Swimmer and Diver of the Week, respectively, by Conference USA today.

Aimee Moreau and Kelly Seely were named Swimmer and Diver of the Week, respectively, by Conference USA today.

Jan. 25, 2005

Dallas, Texas - Senior Aimee Moreau and junior Kelly Seely were honored by Conference USA today after they helped lead the H2O Frogs to a pair of dual wins last week over North Texas and SEC foe LSU. Moreau was named the Swimmer of the Week, while Seely was the recipient of the Diver of the Week honor.

Moreau led the Frogs as she won four events and earned a pair of runner-up finishes on the week. On Wednesday against the Mean Green, the Kenner, La., native won the 50-free (25.25), the 100-fly (1:00.36) and was a member of the winning 400-medley relay team (3:42.65.)

On Friday, swimming against her state's top school, Moreau put together a top-notch performance to help the H2O Frogs take down the Tigers. Trailing 115-111 heading into the final event of the day, Moreau teamed with Leann Cathcart, Karen Sandifer and Erica Tate in the 200-freestyle relay to give the Frogs the victory. Their winning mark of 1:35.48 is the fastest time in Conference USA this season.

Earlier in the meet, Moreau picked up a runner-up finish in the 200-medley relay (1:48.67) in the first event of the day and she touched the wall in a season-best time of 2:04.85 in the 200-back. The time in the backstroke is the second fastest time in the conference this season, trailing only teammate Tiffany Strawn.

Seely, a native of Friendswood, Texas, swept the diving events in the dual win over North Texas to be named the Diver of the Week for the second time this season. The junior claimed the 1-meter springboard event with 238.12 points and finished off the sweep with 231.83 points in the 3-meter event.

Later in the week against the Tigers, Seely posted season-best marks in both competitions. In the 1-meter, she finished with 252.93 points to top her previous best total by more than 14 points. The junior then scored 235.43 points in the 3-meter event.

The H2O Frogs will close out their dual meet portion of the schedule on Feb. 5 against Rice at the University Recreation Center. TCU will enter the 12 p.m. meet with an 11-1 record on the season.

 

 


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