On Feb. 19, W&M Women’s Swimming celebrated a significant victory — their first CAA Championship title since 2017 and their fourth overall. The Tribe won the title despite being the only team competing without a diving program. W&M also claimed four individual golds: Missy Cundiff ’22 in the 50 free, Katie Stevenson ’23 in the 100 free, Anna Kenna ’22 in the 100 back and Annie Tuttle ’23 in the 200 breast. Head Coach Nate Kellogg was named CAA Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year for the second straight season for his leadership of the team. “To bounce back in the middle of COVID and all the adversity this group has faced just shows how tough, resilient and driven they are,” says Kellogg.