SHENANDOAH, Texas.--Connecticut College senior Mike Fothergill (Medford, Mass.) posted a time of 49.43 seconds to finish 13th in the 100 yard backstroke at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship in Shenandoah, Texas Friday. Fothergill is recognized as on Honorable Mention All-American for the Camels. The Camel men are in 32nd place right now with a score of 12 points.
The Connecticut College women's swimming team has scored 68 points in the first three nights of action to rank 12th in the country with one day to go. In the 800 yard freestyle relay, the Camel quartet comprised of sophomore Olivia Haskell (Norwalk, Conn.), Julia Klier (Cohasset, Mass.), Katie Hammond (Sea Girt, N.J.) and Valerie Urban (Lancaster, Pa.) posted a time of 7:34 to place 15th in the nation tonight. They are celebrating tonight in the Lone Star State as Honorable Mention All-Americans.In the first three nights of action, the Camels have turned in All-American swims in seven events. Including tonight's competition, 341 Connecticut College student athletes have now garnered All-America accolades in the program's decorated history in the NESCAC.
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