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    April 9, 2014

    CHICAGO- The UIC men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams held their annual awards banquet and brunch Sunday (April 9) at the Holiday Inn- Merchandise Mart Plaza, where they acknowledged the 2013-14 season achievements and named the 2014-15 captains.

    The Flames honored their eight seniors, Joel Demuth, Kristi Carling, Josh Jacobson, Alisa Penkala, Monica Pinkus, Conor Ozog, Brian Sivak and Melanie Waszak.

    Recipients of the Sam Kooistra Scholarship Award were named, with John Mordach and Whitney Johnson collecting the honors.

    The 2014-15 captains were also announced. Leading UIC will be Woody Lord, John Mordach and Sebastian Ostrowski for the men’s team, and Annie Jacobsen, Kelsey Millin and Katherine Hare for the women.

    2013-14 Swimming and Diving Awards
    Men
    Newcomer of the year:
    Nick Kowaleski, Tyler Pastore
    Most Improved:
    Sebastian Ostrowski, Kei Ishimaru
    Performance of the Year:
    Kei Ishimaru- 200 fly, Tyler Pastore- 5th place at Horizon League Conference meet
    Diver of the Year:
    Mark Ciesielski
    Swimmer of the Year:
    Sebastian Ostrowski

    Women
    Newcomer of the year:
    Erin Sivak
    Most Improved:
    Meghan Quigley
    Performance of the Year:
    Kelsey Millin- set school record in 200 IM at Horizon League Championships, Kristi Carling- diving
    Diver of the Year:
    Whitney Johnson
    Swimmer of the Year:
    Melanie Waszak, Monica Pinkus

    NCAA Consideration Time/Score Standard
    Men
    Kei Ishimaru (200 fly)
    Tyler Pastore (diving)
    Connor Howard (diving)

    Women
    Whitney Johnson (diving)