SHENANDOAH, Texas--Senior Ryan Boraski closed out his Keene State College swimming career with yet another All-American award, breaking his own school mark in the 100 freestyle at the NCAA Division III Championships at the Conroe Natatorium.
Boraski broke his own mark in the morning preliminary, finishing third in 43.65, then re-broke it in the championship final where he finished second in 43.43, just .15 seconds behind winner Jesse Novak of Rowan University.
Boraski ends his career as one of the most decorated swimmers in Keene State history, with nine All-American awards and two Honorable Mention All-Americans, as well holding the school record in eight events: the 50 free, 100 free, 200 free, 100 IM, 200 free relay, 400 free relay, 200 medley relay, and 400 medley relay.
|400 Free Relay||2016||All-American|
|200 Medley Relay||2016||All-American|
|800 Free Relay||2015||All-American|
|200 Free Relay||2014||All-American|
|200 Medley Relay||2014||Honorable Mention All-American|
|400 Free Relay||2014||Honorable Mention All-American|