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Swimming Record Board

Swimming Record Board Image
Raised toward our $10,000 Goal
40 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on April 30, at 11:59 PM EDT
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Swimming Record Board

Monmouth swimming has a rich and storied history from its success in the 1960s, 70s and early 80s to the restart of the program in 2015.   One constant throughout this time is the Richard E. Steadman Natatorium which has served as the home of the Hawks since 1965.  To honor the elite performances by some of the many outstanding swimmers who represented the University, Monmouth athletics is currently raising funds to install a record board in Steadman Natatorium.  The board will serve as a tribute to the best athletes in program history while also providing our current student athletes with benchmarks of excellence they can strive for in each event.   The project goal is $10,000 to cover the cost of purchasing and installing two boards (one for men, one for women).   


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Thank you for your gift! Every gift makes impact and brings us closer to our goal!



In addition to honoring elitie performances, the record board provides a constant reminder of program benchmarks to our current student athletes. Your support at this level and above will be recognized on a plaque within Steadman Natatorium.



Donors at the Captain level will be recongized through our social media networks for their support. Thank you for helping make a difference!



Donors at the coach level and above will receive a phone call from a member of the team in recognition of their gift!



From 1963-1983, Monmouth Swimming had 127 swimmers earn All-American status in their respective Divisions. Donors at this level will receive a call from Coach Nunnally and a student athlete.



Monmouth Swimming from 1963-1983 produced 11 national champions and one Olympic gold medalist. Donors at this level will be recognized at a meet during the 2019-2020 season!