CASTINE, Maine – The Husson College girls’s swimming & diving crew competed in a non-scoring closing twin meet of the season with Maine Maritime Academy at Bok Pool on Friday evening.
- Sophomore Adelaide Ross, first-year Erin Madden, senior Maddie Wing and junior Emily Grinnell completed second within the 200 Medley Relay with a time of two:11.40.
- Junior Hannah Soutter, junior Abby Ketch, junior Abbie Howe and first-year Kat Christensen swam collectively to completed fourth within the 200 Medley Relay with a time of two:23.60.
- Ketch gained the 200 Free (2:15.31) and completed third within the 50 Breast.
- Wing gained the 50 Breast (36.45).
- Howe positioned fifth within the 50 Breast (41.91).
- Junior Sydney Jordan gained the 50 Again (31.88), the 100 Again (1:08.86) and the 200 Again (2:30.46).
- Grinnell completed second within the 100 Free (1:04.91) and the 50 Fly (35.22).
- Christensen was sixth within the 100 Free (1:24.80) and the 50 Free (38.04).
- Ross positioned second within the 50 Fly (31.63) and gained the 100 IM (1:11.80).
- Madden gained the 50 Free (28.52).
- Soutter took second within the 100 IM (1:12.88).
- Wing, Madden, Ketch and Ross positioned second within the 200 Free Relay with a time of 1:53.57.
- Christensen, Grinnell, Soutter and Howe swam collectively to completed third within the 200 Free Relay with a time of two:06.37.
The Eagles return to the pool in two weeks on the 2022 New England Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving Affiliation Championship Meet, which is being held on the Tootell Auatic Heart on the campus of the College of Rhode Island from February twenty fourth – twenty seventh.