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Flanigan Wins Mile For Third-Straight Year
Clark Sets New Rice Record To Win Third-Straight Conference USA Title In 100-Butterfly
2013-2014: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Had her best year yet with four new personal bests that are all among the fastest marks in school history... Won C-USA individual championships in the 500-freestyle and the mile, and swam on the winning 800-free relay, to help the Owls claim the conference title for the third time in four years... Also finished fourth in the league in the 200-free for an individual total of 79 points in four C-USA events... Posted the second-fastest times in school history in three events - the 500 (an NCAA provisional 4:44.53), the 1,000 (9:52.35) and the mile (16:24.94)... Registered a 1:48.22 in the 200-free that is the fourth-best mark in school history... Member Rice's second-fastest 800-free relay... Swam the lead leg of the 800-relay that tallied the best mark by an Owl team at home in the Rice Competition Pool.
2012-2013: C-USA Academic Honor Roll; Recipient of the program's new Natalie Kirchhoff Inspiration Award (presented for a singular moment of inspiration during the season)... Won the Kirchhoff after coming back from an illness at the C-USA meet that required two IVs for dehydration. Not only did she return to the competition on the final day of the meet, she 1) won the rugged 1,650-freestyle with a 16:29.02 that is the second-fastest time in school history and then 2) finished fourth in the 200-butterfly with a 2:04.54 that is Rice's fifth-best-ever mark. The comeback performance inspired her Owl teammates to come from behind and win the conference team title... Finished third in the league in the 500-freestyle (4:49.54)... Best 500 of the season was a 4:49.32 in December at the Incarnate Word Invitational in San Antonio... Swam the third leg of the Owls' school record-setting 800-free relay (7:11.57) that finished second in C-USA... Scored a total of 59.5 points at the conference, the fifth-highest on the team... Best 1,000-freestyle (10:02.01) was on the intermediate split of her C-USA mile, the third-best mark in school history... Steady performer who was named the C-USA Swimmer of the Week three times over the course of the season (Oct. 16, Dec. 4 and Jan. 29).
2011-2012: Swam in two events at the 2012 United States Olympic Trials... Registered a 2:16.94 in the morning preliminary round of the 200-meter butterfly (June 28) to finish 70th out 135 of the top women's swimmers in the country... Logged a 4:21.99 in the 400-meter freestyle prelims (June 26) to place 85th out of the top 113 entries (did not advance to the event finals of either event)... Shared the team's Rookie of the Year award (with Casey Clark) as the Owls' top new swimmer; Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Posted some the fastest individual times in Rice history in six different events, including the 200-butterfly (2:00.90), 200-individual medley (2:02.61), 200-free (1:48..34), 500 (4:49.19), 1,000 (10:04.58) and the mile (16:40.79)... Won three individual silver medals in the 200-free, 500 and the mile, and swam on the Owls' school-record-setting 800-free relay that won the silver medal at the C-USA Championships... Scored a total of 59.9 points at the conference meet, the second-highest total by any of the Rice freshmen... Part of a 1-2 Rice finish in the C-USA mile, where her 10:04.58 split at 1,000 yards was the fifth-best mark in school history... Best 200-fly was at the Last Chance meet in Rockwall, Tex... Tallied the fastest 500-free (4:58.93) and 200-fly (2:04.86) ever recorded by an Owl at home at the Rice Aquatics Center.
High School - A 2011 graduate of Bowie High School in Austin... Multiple prep All-America and four-time state qualifier... Finished second in the state for the Bulldogs in both the 200- and 500-yard freestyle events... Coached by Aaron Vohl... Outstanding student... Member of the National Honor Society... National Spanish Honor Society.
Club - Qualified for the 2012, and participated in the 2008, U.S. Olympic Trials while competing for Longhorn Aquatics... Coached by Doug Rusk... USA Swimming Scholastic All-America.
Personal - Full name: Erin Rachel Flanigan. Born: October 17, 1992, in Austin. Parents: Ed and Sally Flanigan of Austin (two brothers). Chose to attend Rice over Texas A&M, Duke, Indiana and Florida State. Rice College: Hanszen
|200 Freestyle||1:48.22||2014 C-USA Championships|
|500 Freestyle||4:44.53||2014 C-USA Championship|
|1,000 Freestyle||9:52.35||2014 C-USA Championship|
|1,650 Freestyle||16:24.94||2014 C-USA Championships|
|200 Butterfly||2:00.54||2013 C-USA Championships|
|200 IM||2:02.61 (LCM conversion)||2012 at Texas A&M|
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Swimmers Step Up To The Fast Lane
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Flanigan Named To C-USA Swimming All-Academic Team
02/24/2015 - Rice's Erin Flanigan has been named to the 2015 Conference USA Swimming All-Academic Team, the league office announced on Tuesday, Feb. 24.
Swimmers Take Second At C-USA Championships
02/21/2015 - Senior Erin Flanigan won her third-straight Conference USA individual title in the mile to highlight the Owls' final day of action at the league...
02/20/2015 - Senior Casey Clark broke her own school record to win her third-straight Conference USA individual title in the 100-butterfly to highlight the Owls...
Rice Relay Automatically Qualifies For NCAA...
02/19/2015 - Alicia Caldwell, Rachel Moody, Casey Clark and Marissa Konicke became the first Rice relay since 2001 to automatically qualify for the NCAA Swim...
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