Sophomore Stephanie Seibert led the team in scoring for the second
consecutive season, averaging 15.3 ppg. That performance earned
her first-team all-University Athletic Association (UAA) honors.
Seibert became the fourth underclassman in school historyand
the first since 1996to make the all-UAA first team.
Junior Karel Gless received honorable mention in all-conference
voting. He finished in the UAAs top 10 in scoring, rebounding,
field goal percentage and free throw percentage.
Swimming & Diving
Emory is aiming for another top-five finish at the NCAA Div. III
national championships in Oxford, Ohio, March 2123. The Eagles
were national runner-up last season. A mixture of old and new could
help the team score in the backstroke events. Seniors Mark Shimko
and Tom Shane and freshman Chris Halstead rank among the top backstrokers
in the nation. Halstead had the second-fastest time recorded this
season in the 200-yard backstroke and the 13th best in the 100 backstroke.
All three are looking for their first All-America citations in the
event, awarded to the top 16 finishers.
Swimming & Diving
Emory boasts a tradition of national success, having finished in
the top 10 nationally 11 times in the last 14 seasons. The Eagles
are primed to do so again at this years NCAA Div. III meet
in Oxford, Ohio, March 1416. A junior, sophomore and two freshmen
could propel the team in the butterfly events. Junior Claire Lederman
had the fourth-fastest time in the nation this season in the 100-yard
butterfly. Sophomore Donley Zifkin and freshman Dana Inserra ranked
ninth and 11th, respectively, in the same event. Zifkin, Inserra
and freshman Olivia Rzepczynski were listed among the top 25 times
nationally in the 200 butterfly.
The baseball team finished second in its annual Rawlings
tournament, losing to Methodist (N.C.), 7-6, in the championship
In golf, Emory was ranked 19th nationally at the end of
the fall season.
The softball Eagles opened the 2002 season with a 3-1 record.
Emory was third at the national indoor championships for
Womens tennis began the year 2-1, defeating Div. I
Wofford (S.C.) and Div. II Georgia College and State University.
sports updates are available online at www.go.emory.edu.