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How swimming has changed her life, in and out of the pool

Carly Schnabel, captain of the women's swimming and diving team

Roy Coates, who has coached the women’s swimming and diving team at Northeastern for more than two decades, said rising senior Carly Schnabel is “the best competitor and most driven person” he’s ever instructed.

“She strives to be excellent, but without being demonstrative about it,” Coates said of Schnabel, the co-captain of the team. “From the second practice begins, she goes after everything 100 percent.”

This month Schnabel received an award from the Colonial Athletic Association to honor her achievements in the pool, where she holds three school records, and the classroom, where she holds a 3.98 GPA.

 

Read the full story at News at Northeastern.

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