Natalie Coughlin The 2000 Carondelet-Concord graduate and 12-time Olympic-medalist swimmer is being honored by her alma mater, which will name its new aquatics feature after her. The Natalie Coughlin Aquatics Center is part of the Carondelet Athletics Complex, which will open early next year. “Natalie is an inspiration to countless young women around the globe and a role model to our students past and present,” Carondelet President Bonnie Cotter said in a statement. “Natalie is more than a world-class swimmer and athlete — she personifies values that go beyond sports.
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