KEENE, N.H.--Throughout the summer months, the Keene State College Department of Athletics and Recreation will be looking back at some of the top moments and milestones of the 2016-17 academic year.
At No. 6, we look back at Ryan Boraski adding to his haul of All-American honors at the 2017 NCAA Division III Championships.
Boraski spent much of the year with some of the top times in the country, and picked up three All-American honors, taking third in the 50 freestyle, third in the 200 freestyle, and second in the 100 freestyle. He broke his own school records in the 100 and 200 at the championships, and finished his career as one of the most decorated swimmers in school history, with nine All-Americans and two Honorable Mention All-Americans.
Boraski became the third male swimmer to be a four year All-American, joining standouts Drew Ledwith '14 and Cole Hogg '16. Only Ledwith finished with more career All-America awards, with 10, and like Ledwith, Boraski was named the Keene State Senior Male Athlete of the Year.
|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