SCAC Women's Swimming and Diving Recap - Week Nine

SCAC Women's Swimming and Diving Recap - Week Nine

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LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Only three Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference women's swimming and diving programs hit the pool this weekend highlighted by Centenary hosting Austin College in a conference dual that served as the regular season finale for both squads.

The Ladies edged the Roos' 96-88 in their dual on Saturday. Both of the Ladies relay teams earned victories in the pool with juniors Ellen Atkinson and Jessi Jordan along with freshman Margot Frost and Madelyn Frederick winning the 400 medley relay finishing in 3:47.56 and the freshman squad of Brianna Serret, Sarah Harrison, Kaylin Swoboda and Lindsay Strohm took the 400 free in 3:58.68. Six of the eight relay swimmers went on to win individual events in the contest with Jordan taking the 100 IM in 2:25.64 while both Frost and Serret posted season-best performances in the 100 back (1:08.75) and fly (1:01.09), respectively. Swoboda outswam opponents in the 100 breast (1:12.60) while Strohm claimed the 500 free (5:13.85) and Harrison touched first in the 100 free (11:56.38). 

For the Roos', freshman Chloe Hunt won the 200 (2:08.54) and 100 (58.74) free. Classmate Brooke Le finished first in the 50 free with a time of 26.40 and Louisa White earned the 100 back title after completing the race in 1:12.82. 

University of the Ozarks fell in a dual with Hendrix on Friday. Freshman Paige Vire paced the Eagles winning the 200 (2:39.11) and 50 (32.72) breast while classmate Catherine Wellborn took the 200 fly in 2:49.42. 

SCAC women's swimming and diving action continues on Friday when Colorado College hosts McMurry for the Colorado College Classic along with three other teams who are set to make a splash in dual meets on Saturday. 

This Week's Results:

Date Team Event Status Results Links
Fri. 11 University of the Ozarks @ Hendrix College (Dual) 2nd of 2 teams
Sat. 12 Austin College @ Centenary (Dual) 2nd of 2 teams
  Centenary Austin College (Dual) 1st of 2 teams