KIKI JACOBS MOORE TO BE INDUCTED TO DICKINSON ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME
LEXINGTON, Va. -- Washington and Lee women's swimming coach Kiki Jacobs Moore is slated to be inducted into the Dickinson College Athletic Hall of Fame on Sept. 25.
A 1989 graduate of the school with degrees in economics and political science, Jacobs Moore was a four-year letterwinner and three-time team most valuable swimmer for the Red Devils. She set 24 school records and six conference records in swimming, earning All-American honors 11 times during her career. As a senior, Jacobs Moore received the McAndrews Award, given to the Dickinson Female Athlete of the Year.
Jacobs Moore came to W&L in 1991 after serving as an assistant swimming coach at Dartmouth College and Western Illinois University, where she earned a master's degree in sport management.
In her eight years as the Generals' mentor, Jacobs Moore has led W&L to five consecutive ODAC/Atlantic States Championships and has been named the ODAC/Atlantic States Coach of the Year six years in a row.
Last season, Jacobs Moore led the Generals to a 9-7 overall mark, breaking the school record for wins in a season.
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