Three Swimming and Diving Tigers Earn LSU Degrees
The LSU Swimming and Diving program had three athletes walk across the stage Friday earning their LSU degrees as summer graduation ceremonies began on campus.
BATON ROUGE – The LSU Swimming and Diving program had three athletes walk across the stage Friday earning their LSU degrees as summer graduation ceremonies began on campus.
Ellie Baldwin, Brian McGroarty, and Trent Schachter each earned their degrees in their respective fields. Baldwin finished her bachelor’s of science in sports administration, while McGroarty earned his degree in interdisciplinary studies. Schachter joined Baldwin in earning his degree in sports administration.
Baldwin helped the Tigers to several top-10 finishes in the 100-yard butterfly. She started off her senior campaign with a second-place finish against Tulane. She would add a seventh-place finish against Florida State and a second-place finish against Texas A&M.
McGroarty, a distance specialist, had several special finishes during his senior season. Against Florida State, he notched two top-five finishes in the 200-yard freestyle and the 500-yard freestyle.
Schachter’s main contribution to the Tigers’ swimming squad came in the butterfly events. During his last competitive season, he had five top-five finishes in the 100-yard fly, 200-yard freestyle, and the 100-yard freestyle.