Third-year team member who excels in distance freestyle events for the Blue Hens • former Colonial Athletic Association Rookie Swimmer of the Year • owner of six school records, including the 200 freestyle (1:38.36), 500 freestyle (4:24.05), 1,000 freestyle (9:21.00), 1,650 freestyle (15:26.64), 400 individual medley (3:50.90), and 800 freestyle relay (6:36.78).
Won the 500 freestyle at the 2015 Colonial Athletic Association Championships (4:24.05) • posted thee other top 5 finishes at the CAA meet as he was second in the 1,650 freestyle (15:26.64), second in the 400 individual medley (3:50.90), and fourth in the 800 freestyle relay (6:36.78) • made NCAA B qualifying cut in three events (400 IM, 500 freestyle, 1,650 freestyle) • named All-Colonial Athletic Association (500 freestyle, 1,650 freestyle, and 400 IM) • ECAC South Swimmer of the Week and CAA Swimmer of the Week (Jan. 13) •
had team's best time in the 1,000 freestyle (9:31.69), 1,650 freestyle (15:26.64), and 400 IM (3:50.90).
Enjoyed an outstanding rookie season for the Blue Hens • first-ever UD swimmer to earn Colonial Athletic Association Rookie Swimmer of the Year honors • earned All-CAA honors in 1,650 freestyle • NCAA B Provisional qualifier (1,650 freestyle) • posted three top four finishes at the CAA Championships, placing second in the 1,650 freestyle (UD record 15:29.29), fourth in the 500 freestyle (4:28.15), and fourth in the 400 individual medley (3:55.34) • UD Alumni Association/Jack & Hugh Dougherty Team MVP • won dual meet races vs. Georgetown (500 freestyle, 1,000 freestyle) and CAA Pod Meet (500 freestyle).
Four-year letterwinner at James Hubert Blake High School for head coaches Ryan Burnsky and Jared Fribush • set four team records and won two division championships • earned all-county honors in the 200 individual medley • also received All-Metro honors and was a two-time regional champion • named school's Winter Athlete of the Year in 2013 • two-year team captain • team captain for two seasons • high point-scorer at Maryland State Championships in 2013 • National Honor Society member • two-time AP scholar.
Cory Douglas Camp • son of Brian and Joy Camp • born on April 6, 1995 • has one younger brother • father was a four-year swim team member at Delaware rival Towson • exercise science major at Delaware • minoring in coaching science and strength & conditioning • aspires to be a physical therapist • enjoys coaching swimming and working with people • lists the Washington Redskins, Nationals, Capitals and Wizards as his favorite professional sports teams • team representative to Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) in 2015-16.