Eastern Maintains Perfect MAC Record

Oxford, Ohio (EMUEagles.Com) – The Eastern Michigan University women’s swimming and diving group secured its thirteenth consecutive Mid-American Conference dual win with a 169-131 victory over Miami University on Saturday, Jan. 27. This marks the third straight season with an undefeated MAC record, as EMU now sits four-0 in a conference and 7-1 ordinary this yr.

After a first-region end inside the two-hundred medley relay, junior Nicole Swartz (Dayton, Ohio-Centerville) persisted in her undefeated streak inside the one thousand freestyle by claiming the top spot with a season-pleasant time of 10:01.Eighty. Senior Sarah Dombkowski (Canton, Mich.-Plymouth) had a 3rd-location finish at 10:11.27.

After Swartz finished 1/3 within the two hundred loose, sophomores Casey Gavigan (East Setauket, N.Y.-Ward Melville) and Claire Young (Grosse Pointe, Farms, Mich.-Grosse Pointe South) took the top two spots inside the one hundred again. Gavigan finished first with a time of fifty-five .70, even as Young took 2nd at fifty-six. 00.

Junior Delaney Duncan (Galesburg, Ill.-Galesburg) posted the first-region end with a season-best time of 1:01. Forty before junior Emilie Desnoyers (St. Albert, Alberta) turned into the pinnacle finisher for the Eagles inside the 200 butterflies with a 2nd-location finish at 2:03.96.

The Eagles swept the top spots within the 50 loose, with junior Stephanie Johnston (Holland, Mich.) posting a 23.89 time suitable for the first vicinity. Senior Chase Walker (Virginia Beach, Va.-Landstown) took 2d-region with a time of 24.07.

On the springboard, senior Alli Shereda (Fraser, Mich.-Fraser) snagged a couple of second-region finishes in the 1- and 3-meter dives. In the 1-meter, Shereda published a rating of 280, and Fifty-seven for the silver before she published a 307.Sixty-five in the three-meter dive.

Returning to the pool, freshman Meike Staffeldt (Niedersachsen, Germany) completed first inside the hundred unfastened with a season-quality time of fifty-one. Seventy-one, earlier than EMU, earned its first-afternoon sweep inside the two-hundred lower back. Headed using Gavigan, junior Dora Vrcic (Dubrovnik, Split, Croatia) and Young rounded out the sweep at second and 0.33-region, respectively.

Duncan was the pinnacle finisher within the two hundred breasts as she completed with a blistering time of two:16.64 earlier than Dombkowski, saved Eastern’s triumphing streak alive inside the 500 unfastened with a time of four: fifty-five .26.

The RedHawks took the pinnacle spots in the 100 fly and 200 IM; however, Lieberman and Vrcic took 2d and 1/3 inside the events, respectively.

The Green and White concluded the meet with a primary and 0.33-vicinity finish inside the 400 backyards unfastened relay.

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