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Six Women Garner All-America Honorable Mention Laurels on Second Day of NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships

Women's Swimming & Diving

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Sophomore Lily Gribbel (Pleasanton, Calif.) and junior Olivia Haskell (Norwalk, Conn.) each swam on two relays which advanced to consolation finals to lead the Connecticut College women’s swimming team on the second day of action at the NCAA Division III Championships on Thursday at the IU Natatorium. The Camels ended the evening in 11th place with 41 points.

Women’s Swimming Begins Competing at NCAA Championships; 200 Medley Relay Wins Consolation Final

Women's Swimming & Diving

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Senior Juliette Lee (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.) anchored the 200-yard medley relay to a first-place finish in the consolation final to help the Connecticut College women’s swimming team finish the opening day of the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships in 10th place with 18 points on Wednesday evening at the IU Natatorium.

No. 13 Women’s Swimming Finishes Third at NESCAC Championships

Women's Swimming & Diving

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Senior Shannon Cry (Monterey, Calif.) swam the fastest leg for the 400-yard freestyle relay which registered an NCAA “B” cut time and advanced to the championship race of the 100 free as the No. 13 Connecticut College women’s swimming team finished third at the NESCAC Championships for the second straight year on Sunday evening.

No. 13 Women’s Swimming Remains in Third After Second Day of NESCAC Championships

Women's Swimming & Diving

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Junior Maeve Wilber (New Marlborough, Mass.) set a school record and swam on a runner-up relay which met the NCAA provisional qualifying standard as the No. 13 Connecticut College women's swimming team remained in third place after the second day of the NESCAC Championships on the campus of Williams College. The Camels finished the evening with 844.5 points.

Women’s Swimming Stands in Third After Opening Day of NESCAC Championships

Women's Swimming & Diving

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Sophomore Lily Gribbel (Pleasanton, Calif.) won the 50-yard butterfly and factored into a school record, pool record and three NCAA provisional qualifying times to lead the Connecticut College women’s swimming team to a third-place standing after the first day of action at the NESCAC Championships. The Camels accumulated 456.50 points through nine events.

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Schedule
Jan 05
Women's Swimming 1:00 p.m.
Grinnell
@ Naples, Fla.
Jan 12
Women's Swimming 1:00 p.m.
Williams
Jan 19
Women's Swimming 1:00 p.m.
Amherst
Jan 21
Women's Swimming 1:00 p.m.
Trinity
Jan 26
Women's Swimming 1:00 p.m.
Bridgeport & Assumption
Results
Dec 01
Women's Swimming Final
1st/6 Scoring Teams Connecticut Cup
@ Middletown, Conn. (Wesleyan University)
Nov 17
Women's Swimming 1:00 p.m.
W, 175-119 Middlebury
Mar 24
Women's Swimming Final
16th/51 Scoring Teams NCAA Championships
@ Indianapolis, Ind.
Mar 23
Women's Swimming Final
14th/47 Scoring Teams NCAA Championships
@ Indianapolis, Ind.
Mar 22
Women's Swimming Final
11th/41 Scoring Teams NCAA Championships
@ Indianapolis, Ind.

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