Jessie Ustjanauskas Claims CAA Swimmer of the Week Honors
Updated: Tuesday 10/13/2015 (ET)
by Jacob Skipper
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William & Mary senior Jessie Ustjanauskas (West Hartford, Conn.) was named the Colonial Athletic Association Women's Swimmer of the Week on Tuesday, after leading the Tribe to a big win on Saturday over Towson.  This is the first award of the season for W&M, and the first-ever for Ustjanauskas.

Ustjanauskas was undefeated in four swims against the Tigers, sweeping the fly events as well as swimming on both winning relays.  Her day began in the 200 medley relay, where she combined with freshman Katie Sell (Fredericksburg, Va.), sophomore Annie Valls (Miami, Fla.), and junior Jaimie Miller (Houston, Texas) to win in 1:43.34.  That not only broke W&M's pool and dual-meet records, it was also the seventh-fastest time ever recorded by the Green and Gold.  Ustjanauskas next won the 200 fly in 2:05.72, and then led a Tribe sweep of the top four spots in the 100 fly, touching the wall in 56.72 seconds.  She capped her night by teamming up again with Miller, as well as senior Noelle Klockner (Marlboro, N.J.) and freshman Emily Schroeder (West Windsor, N.J.), to win the 400 free relay in 3:30.50.

William & Mary has this weekend off, but returns to the pool next Friday, Oct. 23, hosting Georgetown at 5 p.m.

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