Junior Swimmer Jamie Lovette Earns Second Team Academic All-America Honors

Junior Swimmer Jamie Lovette Earns Second Team Academic All-America Honors

WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. -- Williams College freestyler Jamie Lovette has been named to the Academic All-America At-Large Second Team in a vote by the nation's NCAA DIII Sports Information Directors.

Lovette is the 49th Eph athlete to earn Academic All-America honors since 1993. He is a double major, Computer Science and Mathematics, and he sports a cumulative GPA of 3.83. In addition, Lovette has earned Academic All-NESCAC honors the maximum  two times (freshman are not eligible) and three times he has been named a Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 

This year Lovette led the Eph team in qualifying for and earning All-America swimming honors in seven events and he has earned All-America recognition in the pool 16 times. Lovette owns the NESCAC record in the 200 free with a time of 1:37.82.

Six times Lovette has won NESCAC titles: 500 Free (3), 200 Free (2), and the 1650 free. He has earned All-NESCAC recognition 15 times, eight in individual events, and seven in relay events. Lovette has helped the Eph team capture the last two NESCAC team titles.

He was member of the Eph 800 freestyle relay team that set the NESCAC Meet record finishing in a time of 6:34.03. In his debut season Lovette captured the 2018 NESCAC Rookie of the Year award.

Lovette also serves as the Eph men's swimming & diving writer for Williams College Sports Information.