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G2 Athletes of the Week (Week ending February 12)

- February 15, 2017

Subway AUS Swim Champions
Subway AUS Swim Champions

(Halifax, N.S.) - Dalhousie University presents our G2 Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sunday, February 12, 2017.

Phoebe Lenderyou

Third-year swimmer Phoebe Lenderyou is this week’s G2 Female Athlete of the Week.

Phoebe led the Tigers to their 16th consecutive AUS championship title this past weekend.

She won gold in the 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke and 50m butterfly events. She also found the top of the podium in two relays.

The AUS swimmer of the year for the second consecutive season, Phoebe was named the championship swimmer of the meet for the second consecutive year.

In her three years at Dalhousie, Phoebe has won all 48 races she’s entered in AUS competition.

A management student, Phoebe is from Newcastle Upon Tyne, England.

Other nominees: Diedre Alexander (basketball); Heather Beaton (track & field); Abby Czenze (volleyball); Victoria MacIntosh (hockey)

AUS Athlete of the Week

Gavin Dyke

Fourth-year swimmer Gavin Dyke is this week’s G2 Male Athlete of the Week.

Gavin led the Tigers to their 19th consecutive AUS championship title over the weekend.

He won gold in the 200m and 400m freestyle events and silver in both the 100m freestyle and butterfly events. Gavin also swam on all three gold-medal winning relay teams.

The AUS swimmer of the year for two consecutive seasons, Gavin also earned championship swimmer of the meet honours for the second consecutive year.

A native of Mount Pearl, N.L, Gavin is a sociology student.

Other nominees: Matt Donovan (volleyball); Will Russell (track & field)

AUS Atheletes of the Week


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