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William and Mary

Katie Radloff Sets School Record for Wins at CAA Pod Meet

Norfolk, Va. - William and Mary Tribe senior Katie Radloff set the school record for career dual meet victories on Saturday, helping lead the Tribe to a strong start at the CAA pod meet at Old Dominion. The College leads Northeastern and Old Dominion after the first day, but is trailing James Madison by nine points heading into Sunday’s final session.

Results Through Event 23
Team Scores Through Event 23
Photo Gallery (Photos by Mark Hall)

Radloff, who entered the meet tied for first with former Tribe great Ruth Anne Miller ’03, earned six individual wins by finishing first in both the 50 free (23.46) and the 200 free (1:52.18). With the six victories, Radloff now sits alone atop the list with 80 dual-meet wins.

Three other Tribe swimmers earned multiple victories on Saturday, led by sophomore Molly Emery, who took first in the 400 individual medley with time of 4:31.60.

Freshman Meghan Baker had a great swim for the College in the 1,650 free, touching the wall in a time of 17:30.68 to beat Old Dominion and Northeastern. Baker’s time places her 10th all-time at the school in the event. Also earning two wins was classmate Kayla O’Malley, who beat James Madison and Northeastern in the 200 individual medley with time of 2:09.93.

Sophomore Hailey Hewitt beat out Northeastern in the 100 fly with a time of 58.35 to secure a win, while freshman Elizabeth Hall touched the wall before Northeastern in the 100 back with her time of 59.96.

Of the three relays swum on Saturday, the Tribe’s best effort came in the 200 free relay, with the team of Hall, junior Emily Burns, senior Lindsay Guers, and Radloff touching the wall first in a time of 1:35.89 to clinch three wins. The relay’s time placed the team in fifth place on the school’s all-time list.

In the 200 medley relay, the team of freshman Gabrielle Mizerak, freshman Emily Bart, Hall, and Burns beat Northeastern with a time of 1:48.18. Then in the 400 medley relay, the team of Hall, Bart, Mizerak, and Guers also earned a victory over the Huskies with their time of 3:58.21.

The William and Mary Tribe women’s swimming and diving team will look to sweep the CAA pod meet on Sunday when the final six events are held. Starting time for the final session is 10 a.m.

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