SEATTLE (April 11) – Maddie Dickman of Seattle University women’s swimming has been inducted into the SU chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society of Jesuit institutions of higher education.

This year’s ceremony took place on April 6, as 46 undergraduate students were inducted in the 2017 class. Dickman is a member of the College of Arts and Sciences group.

Alpha Sigma Nu was founded in 1915 to honor students each year based on scholarship, loyalty, and service. It is one of the top recognitions given on a Jesuit campus.

Dickman, a junior from Sacramento, California, is one of the Redhawks’ top performers, having posted Seattle U all-time top-10 times in the 100 backstroke (58.80 at the 2017 WAC Championships) and 200 backstroke (2:07.75 at the 2016 WAC Championships). She is also a member of the school’s record-setting 200 freestyle relay team. Along with Blaise Wittenauer-Lee, Sidney Pinger, and Paige Treff, Dickman helped swim a 1:34.76 at the 2017 WAC Championships, fastest in Redhawk history.

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