Ann Marie Wycoff
Swimming and Diving
Army's most honored athlete at the national level, Ann Marie Wycoff graduated as the winningest female swimmer in NCAA Division II history. Overall, she earned nine individual national titles during her time in the "Black, Gold and Gray." Wycoff became the first Academy woman to claim an NCAA individual championship, winning the 400-yard individual medley in 1987, but that served only as a precursor to what she would achieve in subsequent years.
She was named "Outstanding Female Swimmer" of the NCAA Division II Championships in both 1988 and 1989, winning four individual national titles both years. In all, Wycoff captured All-America recognition on 19 different occasions during her brilliant West Point career and set an NCAA Division II Championships record in the 400 individual medley in 1989. Thanks to her magnificent performance, Army placed fourth in the team standings at the NCAAs that year, despite having just eight swimmers compete at the meet. Wycoff remains the holder of four individual Academy records and was on a relay team that maintains yet another school standard.