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Men's Swimming



Greg Doughty
Greg Doughty

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Southern Pines, N.C.

High School:
The O'Neal School

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 192

Event:
Free

Experience:
SR-3L


2010-11 CO-CAPTAIN Helped the 400 yard freestyle relay team take first place with a time of 3:04.07 at the Chesapeake Elite Meet on 12/19...Was a member of the 200 YD Freestyle relay team that took first place with a time of 1:23.83 against US Air Force Academy on 10/23.

2009-10 (Jr.): Was a member of the 200 yard Freestyle Relay, 200 yard Medley Relay, 300 yard Butterfly Relay, 400 yard Freestyle Relay, 400 yard Medley Relay and the 500 yard Freestyle Relay... Competed in multiple events at the US Open in Seattle... Member of the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2009 ALL-AMERICAN

2008-09 (So.): Was a member of the 200 Free relay which placed 10th at the NCAA Championships... Posted two personal bests on 2/25 at the Conference USA Championships... Had a 20.35 in the 50 freestyle, and a 45.15 in the 100 Free... Won the Consolation Final at the C-USA Championships (2/27) with a time of 49.01 in the 100 fly... Placed 3rd in the 100 free and was on the winning 400 free relay against Georgia.

2007-08 (Fr.): Took 6th in the 50 free, 7th in the 100 free and 10th in the 100 fly at C-USA Championships... Won the 100 free and 200 free relay against Centenary.

Prior to SMU: All-American in 100 free, seven-time N.C. state champion, Nationals qualifier, junior national finalist... Holds 50 free and 100 free state records in N.C... Named All-State and All-Conference all four years of high school... Member of 2A High School Swimming State Championship team in 2004-05... Academic All-American; Personal: Son of David Doughty and Lindley Fleury... His mother was a swimmer at Indiana University, where she was a Big 10 champion in the 100 back... Plans to major in business at SMU.

Personal: Economics with financial applications major

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