The Keiser University Men’s Swim Team was honored for winning the 2018 NAIA National Championship during the International Swimming Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2018 and Annual Awards Banquet held at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort and Spa on Saturday, May 19.

The Keiser University Seahawks were represented at the banquet by chancellor Dr. Arthur Keiser, Flagship campus president Dr. Gary Vonk, Director of Athletics Kris Swogger, and swimming coaches Adam Epstein (Head Coach), and Keith Coughlan (Assistant Coach).

“As our Keiser University Seahawk athletic teams continue to shine, it was wonderful to see our swim team recognized,” said Dr. Arthur Keiser. “Having won the national championship in just their second year, we are in awe of their accomplishment and are thankful for the leadership of Coach Epstein.”

The Seahawks finished with 18 individual All-Americans, four All-American relay teams, and ten individual national championships. KU also reeled in national swimmer of the year and swimmer of the meet.

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