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William and Mary

Tribe Swimming and Diving to Conclude Regular Season at East Carolina on Saturday

Williamsburg, Va. - The William and Mary Tribe menís and womenís swimming and diving teams will bring the 2009-10 regular season to a close on Saturday, February 6, when the College faces East Carolina University at 1 p.m.

Last Saturday, the Tribe menís team fell to Delaware and Maryland-Baltimore County, dropping its record to 3-4 overall on the season and to 1-3 against Colonial Athletic Association opponents.

Leading the way for the Green and Gold was sophomore Stephen Fay, who earned a pair of victories. Fay beat Maryland-Baltimore County in the 500 free with a time of 4:45.62, and beat Delaware in the 1,000 free in a time of 9:54.40. With his two victories, Fay now has a team-best 10 wins on the season.

On the womenís side, the Tribe earned a split last Saturday, beating conference-rival Delaware, 158-136, but fell to Maryland-Baltimore County, 130-164. With the split, the Collegeís record moved to 7-3 overall and to 4-2 in CAA meets.

Pacing the Tribe once again was senior Katie Radloff, who captured four individual victories to push her school-record career total to 93. Radloff touched first in the 100 free with a time of 50.48 and won the 200 free in a time of 1:50.99.

Earning three victories apiece were junior Emily Burns and sophomore Hailey Hewitt. Burns earned two victories by winning the 100 back in a time of 59.65 and earned her third win by beating Delaware in the 50 free.

Scouting the Pirates
For the East Carolina menís team, the Pirates enter Saturdayís meet with a record of 3-3 on the season, having lost its past two meets at Old Dominion and at North Carolina State.

For the women, the Pirates come into Saturdayís meet with the College boasting a record of 5-2, having won three of its past four meets with its only loss coming at North Carolina State.

Last season in Williamsburg, the Pirates were able to come away with a pair of victories. ECU won the menís meet, 189.5-106.5, and the womenís meet, 163-137.

Tribe News and Notes
- With her 25 individual wins this season, senior Katie Radloff now ranks first all-time on the Collegeís career victories list with 93, 19 more than previous record holder Ruth Anne Miller í03.

- Entering the all-time career victories list this past month was sophomore Hailey Hewitt, who with her 39 career wins in less than two seasons, already ranks in a tie for ninth all-time at the College with Kelly Reitz.

- Leading the Tribe men in individual victories so far this season is sophomore Stephen Fay, who has touched the wall first 10 times this season, raising his career total to 12.

- Senior Katie Radloff was named CAA Swimmer of the Week for the third time this season on February 2.

- William and Mary had three athletes named to the CAAís 25th Anniversary teams on October 22. Diver Shawn McLane í86 was named to the menís silver anniversary team while Ruth Anne Miller í03 and senior Katie Radloff were named to the womenís 25th anniversary team.

- After their great performances against Towson on October 10, three William and Mary athletes were recognized by the conference. For the men, Jake Maloy was named CAA Swimmer of the Week, while Mike Newcomb was tabbed CAA Diver of the Week. On the womenís side, Katie Radloff earned CAA Swimmer of the Week recognition for the seventh time in her illustrious career.

- In the Tribeís meet against Towson on October 10, the menís and womenís teams combined to set or tie five Rec Center Pool records.

- In the menís victory over Towson on October 10, 11 of the 12 swimmers that captured individual victories for the Tribe were either a freshman or sophomore.

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