Freshman Season (2015-2016):
Competed at Olympic Trials in the 400 free (4:/96th) ... Swam three events at SEC Championships: 500 free (4:/28th), 1650 free (15:/23rd) and 400 IM (3:/32nd) ... Set personal-bests in the 200 free (1:) and 1000 free (9:) during the Indiana dual meet ... Top 400 IM time came at the Georgia Invitational (3:) ... SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll.
Graduated from McGill-Toolen Catholic High School ... competed for City of Mobile Swim Association ... 3-time Scholastic All-American ... 5-time High School All-American ... NISCA Academic All-American ... Member of the National Honor Society ... 7-Time AHSAA State Champion (Individual and Team) ... Alabama State Champion 500 Freestyle ... AHSAA Record Holder 200 Medley Relay ... City of Mobile Swim Association ... Team Record Holder ... McGill-Toolen School Record Holder ... 6-time Varsity Athletic Winner at McGill-Toolen ... NCSA Junior National Qualifier and Finalist ... Speedo Junior National Qualifier and Finalist ... Open Qualifier ... Team Captain and member of the Senior Leadership Council at City of Mobile Swim Association ... 2 Time Recipient of Vance Rose Spirit Award at City of Mobile Swim Association.
Prof. Wilhelm His showed in 1874 that Haeckel had added mm to the head of Bischoff’s dog embryo, taken 2 mm off the head of Ecker’s human embryo, doubled the length of the human posterior, and substantially altered the details of the human eye. He sarcastically pointed out that Haeckel taught in Jena, home of the then finest optical equipment available, and so had no excuse for inaccuracy. He concluded that anyone who engaged in such blatant fraud had forfeited all respect and that Haeckel had eliminated himself from the ranks of scientific research workers of any stature. 15 , 16 [See also Encyclopedic ‘truth’ … or wordly wisdom? ]