Felicia Lee (USA) during the women's 100-meter butterfly preliminaries in the Santa Clara international grand prix at the George F. Haines International
Courtesy of: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports


PHOENIX, Arizona, September 26. STANFORD senior Felicia Lee joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show on the day of the first dual meet of the season.

Lee talks about getting ready to end her college swimming career, and how much it means to be able to swim in the season opener against San Jose State, since injury kept her out of the majority of the first meets in her college career. She also talks about her life in the classroom and why it's great that other swimmers on the team are also studying human biology. After finishing eighth at NCAAs last year, Flee, as she's known, said the team is motivated to do better, especially with the addition of such freshmen as Olympian Lia Neal. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.


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