Czarnecka named CCSA swimmer of the week



Charlotte, North Carolina – After a stellar day at the UNF Invitational, senior Wiktoria Czarnecka (Lublin, Poland / Liceum NR 10 W Lublinie) was named CCSA swimmer of the week. This is the first time in her Eagle career that she has received this honor.

In Saturday’s season opener, Czarnecka won two individual races while adding three more victories in relay teams.

“” “” ” Dave rollin. “She entered this season ready to take her swimming to a new level, and that’s exactly what she did by launching her season in an impressive way. We are very happy for her and can’t wait to see where we can go. ! “

Czarnecka swept the 50 and 100-meter butterfly with times of 25.60 and 56.90, respectively. The two are currently the CCSA’s best times this season, with his time on the 100 steal being more than a second better than everyone else. She also finished second by just 0.03 seconds in the 50 freestyle without much rest, as she came right after her victory in the 50 butterfly.

In the relays, she helped the Eagles to three victories in the 200 medley relay, the 300 butterfly relay and the 500 freestyle relay.

Thanks in large part to Czarnecka’s performance, the Eagles won the UNF Invitational title, finishing nearly 73.5 points ahead of Georgia Southern in the six-team event.

The Eagles will return to the pool this Friday at 4 p.m. for the Vert-Bleu intra-team meeting. Their next official meeting will be against Vanderbilt on October 16 at the FGCU Aquatic Complex.

CCLAT Swimmer of the Week: Wiktoria Czarnecka, FGCU
CCSA Diver of the Week: Nothing

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The Head Coach Dave rollin is only the second coach in the history of the program. He was hired on September 1, 2016 and is 34-22-1 (.609) in doubles competition, including a 13-2 (.857) record against CCAA opponents in his fourth season. Rollins guided the FGCU to back-to-back CCSA titles (2017, 2018), as well as the program’s fourth consecutive title in 2018, marking the ninth championship in 10 years before winning the 10th championship in program history in 2021. In addition, he was named CCAA Coach of the Year in two of his seasons at the helm. Previously, Rollins was assistant head coach of men’s swimming at Ohio State University. Rollins brings more than a decade of coaching experience to The Nest, including helping develop Olympians, NCAA and All-American champions, as well as several conference champions. A native of Brockton, Mass., He was an outstanding collegiate swimmer and was inducted into the University of Arizona Hall of Fame in 2017, as a nine-time NCAA All-American, national champion, record holder school and team captain.

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