Quincy Lee Biography
Ohio State Overview: Quincy, coming off a fine junior campaign in which he earned the team's Carl Wirthwein Award as most improved swimmer, is primed for even greater achievements as a senior ... after missing the school record in the 200 butterfly last year by two-tenths (but winning the race at the six-team Ohio State Invite in December), Quincy kept getting stronger and faster until he broke the record with a time of 1:45.19 at the NCAA championships, good for a 21st place finish ... he also swam the third-fastest 100 fly time in school history last year, a quick 46.79 ... and for the third consecutive year he scored points for the Buckeyes at the Big Ten championships, helping the team to its first Big Ten title in 54 years ... he was a finalist in both the 100 and 200 fly events at Big Tens, finishing in fifth- and sixth-place, respectively ... with two more wins last season, Quincy now has a total of nine dual meet wins as a Buckeye ... he is a three-time Varsity O letterwinner.
Background: Quincy was the 2007 Oregon champion in the 100-yard butterfly for Jesuit H.S. ... he was also a member of the 2006 and 2007 Oregon state championship teams ... competed for the cross country team to prepare for swimming season ... he is the son of Danny and Margaret Lee and has four siblings: Carlin, Chloe, Paige and Blaise ... Paige swam at the University of Idaho.
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