Newark, Del. / Glasgow HS
UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 100-backstroke (3rd, 50.47), 200-backstroke (1st, 1:48.89), 200-IM (3rd, 1:53.28), 400-IM (2nd, 4:03.78), 200-medley relay (6th, 1:35.37), 400-medley relay (1st, 3:16.62; 2nd, 3:18.39; 3rd, 3:23.65; 4th, 3:24.96). 2009-10 Season: One of the team's top backstroke and individual medley swimmers • the opening leg of the 400 medley relay team that placed second at the CAA Championships with a NCAA provisional time of 3:16.62 • finished fifth in the 200 backstroke in 1:49.80 • placed ninth at the CAA's in teh 100 backstroke with a time of 51.06 • finished the 200 IM at the CAA's in 12th placed in touching the wall at 1:53.28 • had the team's second best time of the season in the 400 IM, placing fourth at Loyola in 4:12.35. 2008-09 Season: Placed in the top-five at the CAA meet in both the 400-medley relay and 200-backstroke • broke the school record in the 200-back while finishing fifth with a time of 1:48.89 • also ranked second on the team in the 400-IM (4:03.78) and 100-backstroke (50.96) • placed fourth on the team in the 100-butterfly with a time of 54.12 against Widener. 2007-08 Season: Posted the fastest 400-Individual Medley time on the team with a 4:08.90 mark during the CAA Championship meet • also swam the lead leg on the team’s fastest 400-medley relay squad during the title meet, finishing in 3:24.96 • recorded the second-best time on the team in the 100-backstroke during the CAA meet after touching the wall in 51.74 • notched his best performance in the 200-Individual Medley against William & Mary with a time of 2:00.56.
High School: Second team all-state selection as a junior and first team all-state selection as a senior • led nearby Glasgow High School to the state championship • also played lacrosse at Glasgow as an attackman • honor roll student.
Personal: Craig Gillon Young • son of Robert and Caryl Young • has a sister, Erin, who played lacrosse in college • both parents are Delaware graduates • sport management major at Delaware • mother is a teacher.