1995-96 Season Recap

Despite a men's 3-4 overall duel meet record and 1-5 women's dual meet record, the TCU men's and women's swimming and diving teams had a season based on the strength of individual stars such as Walter Soza, Jason Flint, and diver Sarah Crawford.

Team highlights during the dual meet season for the men included a 140-74 shelling of Rice, a close 110-132 loss to #20 Texas A&M, and a 50 point victory over future WAC opponent Air Force Academy.

At the Colorado State Invitational, the men won 15 of 20 events and broke 9 meet records to cruise to a first place finish over a field that included three other future WAC members.

Women's highlights came in their sole victory over New Mexico 140-93 and in a close 4 point loss to #18 Texas A&M. At the Colorado State Invitational, the women finished 2nd only to future WAC opponent Colorado State.

Walter Soza Individually, Walter Soza finished in 2nd place in the 200 IM at the SWC Championships. He later finished 17th at the NCAA Championships in the 400 IM.

Soza became the first Horned Frog swimmer to make the Olympic squad of their native country. He will be the only swimmer Nicaragua will take to Atlanta this summer.

Diver Sarah Crawford placed 2nd in the SWC Championships and 17th at the NCAA Championships in the platform diving event.

Jason Flint Freshman Jason Flint finished 4th in the 200 breaststroke at the Canadian Olympic Trials, coming very close to going to Atlanta as well.

TCU Swimming & Diving