ORONO, Maine -- University of Maine swimming and diving program had two more of its members get inducted into prestigious Maine honor societies over the weekend, as junior Naja Harvey was inducted into the 'All Maine Women' Honor Society and Ryan Fahey was inducted into the Senior Skulls Honor Society.
The All Maine Women Honor Society, founded in 1925, strives to recognize the outstanding women of the rising senior class who exhibit leadership, scholarship and service to the University and campus community.
Meanwhile, the Senior Skulls, which have been In existence since 1914, was founded to recognize senior male students at UMaine who exhibit strong moral character, outstanding school spirit, leadership, strong academic achievement, and ability to serve as role model for underclassmen. Twelve men, chosen each spring, represent the top 1% of senior men at the University and are true leaders on campus.
Harvey continues to be a standout for the Black Bears as she finished the 2013-14 season with five more broken records. Individually, Harvey has set the new standard in the 100-yard breaststroke, 200-yard breaststroke, 50-yard freestyle and had a hand in two relay records, the 200-free relay and the 400 medley relay.
Fahey concluded a successful 2013-14 campaign highlighted by a multitude of first place finishes, including top-honors against URI in the 200-yard breaststroke and butterfly, and in the 1000-yard freestyle against Brown. He capped the year at the ECAC tournament swimming in the 400 IM, 500 free and 200 breaststroke.