Sinking Spring, Pa. / Wilson HS
UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50-freestyle (7th, 20.57), 100-backstroke (5th, 50.68), 200-backstroke (5th, 1:50.58), 200-freestyle relay (1st, 1:20.59; 3rd, 1:21.32; 8th, 1:24.22). 2010-11 Season: One of the team's top sprint freestyle swimmer, and relay anchors • led the team in the 50-yard freestyle, finishing ninth at the CAA Championships in 20.57, the sixth fastest time in program history • also led the team in the 100-yard backstroke, finishing with the team's top time of 50.68 in the prelims of the CAA Championships, finishing seventh in the finals • second leg of the 200-uard freestyle relay team that placed third at the CAA's in 1:21.32, the third fastest all time • posted a season's best time of 48.54 at Towson in the 100 free, placing third • finished 14th at the CAA's in the 200-yard backstroke, swimming a season's best 1:51.94 in the prelims • posted four third place finishes against La Salle and Rider, reaching the podium in the 200-yard medley relay, 100 back, 50 free and the 400-yard free relay • anchored the 200-yard medley relay team that beat the field at Widener in 1:34.32 • was the third leg of the 200-yard freestyle relay team that beat the field at Drexel in 1:24.95 • won the 100 back against George Mason in 52.43. 2009-10 Season: One of the team's top sprinters • was the second leg of the 200 freestyle relay that placed second at the CAA Championships and earned a NCAA provisional mark in 1:20.59 • posted the team's second fastest 50 freestyle at Maryland, placing third in 20.86 • finished second at Maryland in the 100 freestyle with a time of 46.60 • posted a sixth place finish in the CAA's in the 200 backstroke with a time of 1:50.58, the third fastest time on the team • finished 15th in the CAA in the 100 backstroke with the team's fifth best time of 51.92 • also placed 10th at Maryland in the 100 butterfly event in 51.81. 2008-09 Season: Finished third on the team in the 100-backstroke with a time of 51.69 during the CAA meet • placed fourth on the squad in the 200-backstroke with a clocking of 1:54.71 • also competed in the 50-freestyle, recording a season-best time of 21.17 during the championship competition.
High School: Standout swimmer at Wilson High School for head coach Roy Snyder • swam the free style and back stroke events • led swim teams to a four-year record of 42-4 and four league championships • team won three district championships and two state championships • twice named an All-American and All-State • four-time all-county • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) leader • achieved high honor roll all throughout high school.
Personal: Nicholas Alexander "Nick" Woomer • son of Keith and Melissa Woomer • has one brother Collin and one sister Nicole • father played water polo at West Chester and sister played water polo at Penn State • credits Snyder as the biggest influence on his swimming career • honor student as a business major at Delaware • worked as a pool manager over the summer.