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Tribe Women's Swimming and Diving Places Third at the Terrapin Cup Invitational

College Park, Md. - The William and Mary Tribe women’s swimming and diving team wrapped up its fall season with a strong and impressive performance at the Terrapin Cup Invitational, placing third overall with a total of 608 points.

Complete Results
Photo Gallery (Photos by Mark Hall)

In the 100 free, senior Katie Radloff touched the wall first for the second time in the meet with a time of 49.78. Classmate Lindsay Guers came in 11th place with a time of 51.92, while junior Emily Burns finished 14th.

In the 200 back, sophomore Hailey Hewitt came in second place, touching the wall just off her school record time in 2:00.62. Coming in fourth place was sophomore Molly Emery with a time of 2:02.75, placing her second all-time in school history. Freshman Kayla O’Malley had a nice swim, coming in 18th place with a time of 2:06.71. With her time, O’Malley now ranks ninth in school history in the event. Senior Suzanne Figuers rounded out the Tribe’s effort, placing 23rd.

In the 200 breast, freshman Emily Bart led the Tribe, placing sixth. With her preliminary time of 2:21.65, Bart now ranks fifth all-time in W&M history in the event. Finishing eighth for the College was senior Courtney Alles, while sophomore Laura Matthews placed 12th with a personal-best time of 2:23.35, ranking Matthews 10th all-time. Freshman Shelby Randall rounded out the College’s effort, placing 24th.

In the 1,650 free, Emery paced the College with a seventh place finish, touching the wall in a time of 17:05.29. Finishing in 10th place was freshman Meghan Baker, who came in with a time of 17:16.34, ranking her seventh all-time in the event at the College. Placing 12th was sophomore Liz Fireman, who finished with a time of 17:22.93.

In the 200 fly, the Tribe went 1-2-3 in the B-final. O’Malley won the B-final to place ninth overall with a time of 2:03.94, ranking the rookie third all-time in the event. Finishing right behind her in 10th was senior Erin Welshofer, while freshman Gabrielle Mizerak came in 11th with a time of 2:04.75. With her time, Mizerak now ranks fifth all-time in school history.

In the lone relay, the 400 free relay, the team of Emery, Radloff, Burns, and Guers placed second with a time of 3:24.96, ranking the team fourth all-time in W&M history. Placing eighth in a time of 3:30.64 was the team of Mizerak, sophomore Liza McDevitt, junior Julia Applebaum, and junior Hope Sweetnam.

With the completion of the Terrapin Cup Invitational, the William and Mary Tribe women’s swimming and diving team will have nearly a month off before it faces Richmond, on Friday, January 15.

Terrapin Cup Invitational
Final Team Standings

1. Maryland 1,072
2. Connecticut 662
3. William and Mary 608
4. Towson 455.5
5. Villanova 342
6. Navy 297
7. Richmond 283
8. Mary Washington 84.5
9. Drexel 47
10. West Virginia 24

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