Feb 18, 2018
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The Bowdoin women's swimming and diving team scored a program record 998.5 points to finish fifth at the 2018 NESCAC Championship.
Day Three Meet Recap
- Sophomore Marshall Lowery completed her trifecta of top three backstroke finishes, touching third in the 200 backstroke in 2:02.82. Cecilia de Havenon was 18th with a time of 2:08.60.
- Also finishing third was junior diver Rebecca Stern, with a three-meter diving score of 434.70 points. Thea Kelsey finished 12th and Waverly Harden was 18th.
- Senior Mariah Rawding touched in 52.66 to win the Consolation final of the 100 freestyle and finish ninth overall. Linnea Patterson won the PreConsolation final in 52.92, good for 17th overall, while Amanda Banasiak was 20th (53.58) and Mary Laurita was 22nd (53.82).
- First-year Kayla Snyder finished first and second in the 200 breaststroke PreConsolation final, finishing 17th and 18th overall in times of 2:26.70 and 2:29.38, respectively.
- Sterling Dixon touched fifth in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:05.11. Ally Fromson-Ho was 12th in 2:08.56 and Ellie Wargo finished 22nd in 2:13.14.
- Caroline Watt finished ninth in the 1650 freestyle with a time of 17:32.94 while teammate Nadia Eguchi was 14th with a 17:47.95.
- The 400 freestyle A relay team of Lowey, Bansiak, Patterson, and Rawding finished fourth overall in a time of 3:29.52.