Forest, Va. -- The Old Dominion Athletic Conference named University of Lynchburg graduate student Alyssa Reed its women's swimmer of the week, the ODAC office announced Monday evening.
Reed was dominant Saturday at the Lynchburg Invitational, taking part in four event victories and five broken records for the Hornets' first-year team and helping Lynchburg win the meet.
The Forest native kicked the meet off with a record-setting backstroke split -- 1:00.80 in her 100-yard leg -- teaming with freshmen Claire Galloway, Corrinn Ford, and Caitlyn Freece for a new program-best in the 400-yard medley relay (4:14.59, the ODAC's second-fastest this season).
Reed followed that with a 25.11-second swim in the 50-yard freestyle, a time that ranked fourth in the ODAC this season.
She won the 100-yard butterfly as well, clocking in at 59.15, the 33rd-fastest time in NCAA Division III this season and sixth-quickest in the league.
Reed finished the meet with her fourth win of the day, a 2:19.52 200-yard individual medley, another ODAC fourth-best swim this year.
The weekly honor was the second of the season for Reed this season as she also claimed the award on Sept. 30. She currently has six of the program's record times.
Reed and the Hornet women currently sport a 6-1 dual-meet record this season.
Lynchburg's swim teams will be back in the water Nov. 23-24 at their premier midseason meet, the Randolph-Macon Invitational, in Ashland.