Three Bulldogs Earn Mid-Major All-America Recognition

Goksu Bicer. (photo by Sam Rubin '95, Yale Sports Publicity)
Goksu Bicer. (photo by Sam Rubin '95, Yale Sports Publicity)

Bicer, Bogese, Dominski Named Honorable Mention

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Three Yale men's swimmers – Goksu Bicer, Mike Bogese and Mike Dominski – have earned honorable mention All-America recognition from

Bicer, a junior, was the Ivy League's 100-yard butterfly champion, finishing just ahead of Dominski, who placed second. Dominski earned honorable mention recognition for the second straight year. Bogese, a freshman, turned in consistent top-three performances in the 1000-yard freestyle. He also was a scorer in the individual medley, including winning the HYP 400 IM.

Mid-Major All-Americans are selected on the basis on their qualification for the 2011 NCAA Division I Championships.  Honorable mention selections are swimmers who were entered with NCAA 'B' standards, but not selected for the 2011 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.

The following conferences have been designated as Mid-Majors: America East, Atlantic 10, Colonial Athletic Association, Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association, Horizon, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mountain Pacific, Missouri Valley, Patriot, Sun Belt, Summit, and Western Athletic.