Margaret Guo Named 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year

Margaret Guo Named 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year

Tonight the NCAA announced the 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year. In the spring schools announced their nominees. That field was then narrowed down to conference nominees, to the Top 30 and a Top 9. The Top 30 honorees, ten from each division, spent the weekend in Indianapolis. At the conclusion of the evening’s ceremony former Massachusetts Institute of Technology swimmer Margaret Guo was named the 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year.

Guo is the fourth ever winner from a Division III institution. In May, Guo graduated from MIT with a degree in electrical engineering and computer science in addition to biological engineering and a perfect GPA.

Five former swimming and diving student-athletes were members of the Top 30: Cal’s Rachael Acker, the University of Miami’s Kara McCormack, Kenyon’s Haley Towsend, Mount Holyoke’s Cathleen Pruden, and Guo.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – On Sunday evening former MIT women’s swimming and diving student-athlete Margaret Guo was selected as the NCAA Woman of the Year. In September, Guo was named a National Finalist along with eight others, three representing each division. Guo is the first NEWMAC representative to earn the distinguished honor as an NCAA Woman of the Year out of the five Finalist in conference history.

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