The athletic leadership at William & Mary has eliminated Men's and Women's Swimming. Unfortunately for current athletes, alumni, coaches, parents, and support staff their time and effort invested into Tribe Swimming has been undone in an instant. Our goal is to educate, spread awareness, and encourage financial pledges to support the reinstatement of Tribe Swimming by the William & Mary administration.

Leaders in the pool, classroom, and community

Pool

  • 9-time CAA Championship team

  • 4 NCAA Championship participants

  • 3 NCAA All-Americans

  • 53 AIAW All-Americans

  • 13 Olympic Trials Qualifiers

  • 17 members of W&M Athletics Hall of Fame

  • 121 Individual Event CAA Champions

  • 64 CAA Championship Relays

  • 9 CAA Swimmers of the Meet

  • 6 CAA Swimmers of the Year

  • 9 CAA Rookies of the Meet

  • 11 CAA Coaches of the Year

Classroom

  • 62-time Scholar All-American team (including last 17 consecutive semesters for men and last 22 for women)

  • 1 Rhodes Scholar

  • 10 Phi Beta Kappa inductees

  • Team GPA Fall 2019: 3.39 Men, 3.34 Women

  • 2 all-sports CAA Scholar-Athletes of the Year

  • 20 team members earned Provost Award in 2020 for Cumulative GPA over 3.50

Community

  • Wally Riley Memorial Cancer Swim is now in its 44th year of existence.

  • The team continues to volunteer its time every year for the annual Kiwanis Shrimp Feast, amassing about 180 hours of service in one weekend.

  • Team members have been active in the Williamsburg Special Olympics and in reading in local elementary schools. 

  • Several team members have held important leadership positions in Camp Kesem at W&M. Camp Kesem is a unique experience designed for children whose lives have been affected by a parent’s cancer provided at no cost to the children or their family.