One Western Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week award, a UNC Record in the 100 Backstroke, three Gold Medals, and now add WAC Swimmer of the Year to the accolades this season for Madelyn Moore.
Moore dominated the sprints all season long, including during the WAC Championships.
The Bermuda native won WAC Swimmer of the Week honors after a monstrous performance during the quad dual at Air Force, where Northern Colorado swept the Falcons, Colorado School of Mines, and Colorado Mesa en route to becoming the top program in the state in 2020-21.
Individually that weekend, Moore took the top spot in the 100 Freestyle with a time of 50.14 and 50 Freestyle clocking 23.00.
As the opening leg of each relay, Moore set the tone and paced Northern Colorado to wins in three wins in four. In the 200-yard Freestyle Relay, her opening 50 time of 22.77 was just .01 off an NCAA "B" cut time.
Upon arrival in St. George for the conference championships, no one was going to stand in Moore's way.
Moore swam a lightning-fast 22.53 to win the 50 Freestyle on night one, broke the school record twice in the same night in the 100 Backstroke on day three clocked 54.10, and was anchored the final leg of the winning 400 Freestyle Relay to close out the championships in dramatic fashion.
Heading into her senior season, Moore owns three school records 50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle, and 100 Backstroke and was part of four Relay teams that shattered school records.