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William and Mary

Tribe Sends 11 Swimmers to Evening Finals at CAA Championships

Fairfax, Va. - The William and Mary Tribe women’s swimming team had another solid showing at the CAA Championships on Friday morning, sending 11 athletes to the evening finals, including four to the championship finals.

Meet Results and Standings
Photo Gallery (Photos by Mark Hall)

In the 200 free, the Green and Gold will have two swimmers in the championship final, with seniors Katie Radloff and Lindsay Guers qualifying fourth and eighth, respectively. Guers’ time of 1:51.74 in the preliminaries was a season best.

In the 100 fly, William and Mary swam well, placing two in the championship final Friday evening. Junior Julia Applebaum qualified seventh with a personal-best time of 55.89, while senior Erin Welshofer was right behind her in eighth in a season-best time of 56.09. With her time, Applebaum improves her standing in fifth place all-time in the event at W&M. Also etching her name in the top-10 was freshman Kayla O’Malley, who now ranks ninth all-time with her time of 57.52.

In the 100 back, the Tribe will be well represented in the consolation final, placing four in the eight-person race. Junior Emily Burns qualified second in the B-final with a personal-best time of 57.26, ranking her fourth all-time in the event. Sophomore Hailey Hewitt qualified right behind Burns with a time of 57.57, while Applebaum qualified sixth for the race with her second personal-best of the session. Applebaum’s time of 58.09 places her in a tie for sixth in school history, while freshman Gabrielle Mizerak ranks eighth all-time with her qualifying time of 58.15.

In the 400 individual medley, the College placed two swimmers into the consolation final, with sophomore Molly Emery qualifying 10th in a time of 4:29.60, while senior Courtney Alles qualified 11th with a season-best time of 4:29.66. In her preliminary swim, freshman Caylyn Tate set a personal-best with a time of 4:33.25, ranking her 10th all-time in school history.

In the 100 breast, freshman Emily Bart continued to swim well, qualifying for the consolation final with a personal-best time of 1:06.15. With her time, Bart now moves into eighth place all-time by herself in school history.

The William and Mary Tribe women’s swimming team will look to make a move up the leaderboard on Friday when the evening finals begin. The evening session is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

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