Feature: Junior H2Ounds Program Promotes Drowning Prevention In Baltimore

March 27, 2016

Cara Egan, a Loyola University Maryland senior who recently completed her career with the swimming and diving team, founded the Junior H2Ounds in 2014 to help Baltimore City children learn basic swimming skills.

Aimed to prevent childhood drowning, Egan and other Greyhounds work with local children in Loyola's Mangione Pool at the Fitness and Aquatic Center.

The Baltimore Sun profiled Egan and the Junior H2Ounds program in a March 27 story by Jonas Shaffer. Click here to read the story.

Earlier this year, the Patriot League Network featured Egan for her accomplishments, as well. Watch the video feature here: