Swim & Dive Announces Captains for 2020-21 Campaign

Jun 23, 2020

Swim & Dive Announces Captains for 2020-21 CampaignThe Army West Point Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving teams announced their captains for the 2020-21 season on Thursday.

The men's team will be captained by a pair of firsties in Graham Ungrady and Billy Webber, while the women's team will be led by seniors Madison Berg and Rebecca Morel. All four Cadets were All-Patriot League performers after their stellar showings at the 2020 Patriot League Championships in Annapolis, Md.

"I'm very excited for our four captains to lead the team this upcoming season," head coach Brandt Nigro said. "They were selected by their peers and the coaching staff to lead and I know they will do a great job. They each have given so much to this program over their first three seasons and I am confident they will help our staff bring this program to new heights this season and beyond. Through their words and actions, they represent everything that Army West Point stands for - Duty, Honor, Country. They bring it each day in workout, lead by example, speak-up when needed, but most importantly, they listen to their teammates and hold everyone accountable to our mission. As just a second-year head coach and staff, it means so much to know that they share in our vision and believe in the incredible potential that this program is capable of in the very near future."

Graham Ungrady - Ungrady helped Army score big at the 2020 Patriot League Championships as a cow. The Second Team All-Patriot League swimmer tied for 21st in the league and finished sixth for Army in individual points scored with 35. Ungrady medaled in the 200 free after placing third with a PR of 1:36.89. He additionally finished sixth in the 100 free with a time of 44.90. The Jacksonville, Fla., native was key in helping the Black Knights grab silver in three relays at the league championships. He anchored the 800 free and 400 free relays, while swimming the second leg of the 200 free relay. Read more.


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