Women's Swimming & Diving Fall at Colby-Sawyer, 132-114

Photo by Monty Rand Photography
Photo by Monty Rand Photography

New London, N.H. - The Husson University women's swimming & diving team fell to the Chargers of Colby-Sawyer College by a score of 132-114 at the Knight Natatorium on Saturday afternoon.

THE RUNDOWN:

  • Heidi Demers, Kassidy Harris, Lara Sarett and Olivia Maynard combined to finished second in the 400 Medley Relay with a time of 4:56.29.
  • Ashley Clark finished second in the 1650 Free (21:30.97), the 200 Fly (2:48.86) and the 50 Fly (32.20).
  • Ashleigh Beaudoin was third in the 1650 Free (24:20.37), fourth in the 50 Back (40.66) and won the 500 Free (6:59.57).
  • Sarett won the 200 Free (2:22.81), placed second in the 100 Free (1:00.57) and the 100 IM (1:06.55).
  • Megan Johnston finished second in the 200 Free (2:38.27) and third in the 500 Free (7:25.43).
  • Sarah Wilson was third in the 200 Free (3:01.56), sixth in the 50 Free (38.06) and the 100 Free (1:22.08).
  • Demers placed third in the 50 Back (34.73), the 50 Free (29.05) and second in the 200 Breast (2:57.30).
  • Natalie Champagne finished fifth in the 50 Back (43.55), third in the 200 Back (3:24.09) and sixth in the 50 Fly (36.51).
  • Harris won the 50 Breast (35.67) and the 200 Breast (2:51.22).
  • Kelsey Poland was fourth in the 50 Breast (42.16) and fifth in the 200 Breast (3:26.32).
  • Phoebe Fleck placed fifth in the 50 Breast (44.04), second in the 200 Back (3:00.95) and the 500 Free (7:11.10).
  • Zoe Mather was third in the 200 Fly (3:38.59), fourth in the 200 Back (3:53.14) and fifth in the 50 Fly (36.51).
  • Maynard finished fifth in the 50 Free (33.15) and fourth in the 100 Free (1:15.81).
  • Clark, Harris, Johnston and Poland swam together to finished second in the 200 Free Relay (1:58.45).
  • The group of Mather, Champagne, Fleck and Beaudoin was fourth in the 200 Free Relay (2:12.02).

NEXT!

The Eagles will return to action on Saturday, January 27 when they travel to Weston, Mass. for their final dual meets of the year against Regis College and Bridgewater State University.