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Women’s swimming and diving wins seventh straight GLIAC title

February 15, 2016


The Wayne State University women's swimming and diving program won its seventh consecutive Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) title Saturday evening and its 10th league championship in the last 11 seasons. The Warriors totaled 840.5 points to finish ahead of second place Grand Valley State, who had 763 points. WSU head coach Sean Peters was voted GLIAC Women's Coach of the Year for the ninth time in his career. Peters, a 10-time GLIAC Men's Coach of the Year, has won one or both awards each of the last 15 years. Warrior newcomer, Montes Urales, was selected as the GLIAC Female Freshman of the Year. It marks the fourth time in the last 11 years WSU has had the GLIAC Female Newcomer of the Year. WSU will now await the official NCAA Selections which will be announced on Wednesday, Feb. 24.