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Bryn Mawr Swimming Wraps Up Seven Sisters Championship

Bryn Mawr Swimming Wraps Up Seven Sisters Championship

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. - The Bryn Mawr Swim team closed out day two of competition at the 2018 Sisters Championship earlier Saturday afternoon. After a strong start yesterday the team posted even more great results to conclude the meet.

Lillian Oyen-Ustad had a great final day to lead the way for the Owls. In a competitively packed field in the 100 freestyle the junior was able to claim a third place finish in a time of 56.11. Her third place performance was able to place 16 points on the board for the Owls. Their were plenty of other Bryn Mawr athletes in action in the same event. Ryan Griffin earned a 21st place finish, posting a time of 1:01.49. Samantha Forestier was right behind in 26th place for the Owls with a time of 1:02.87, a new season best for the sophomore. Sophie Goldstein posted a time of 1:04.97, while Charlotte Xu finished in 1:07.89.

Bryn Mawr also got a fantastic result from Varuna Jasodanand in the 200 yard breaststroke. The Owls sophomore took fourth place in the event in a time of 2:33.31, nearly four seconds faster than her third place performance last year and just four tenths of a second off of her school record. The competitive field was filled with 18 other competitors including Hannah Soisson. Soisson was able to lock in a 10th place finish for the Owls in a time of 2:41.54 and earning seven points towards the team score.

Sophomore Becca Adlai-Gail swam a season best of 2:23.19 in the 200 butterfly. Her performance was good for a ninth place finish and dropped four seconds off of her swim from the fall semester.

Lucy Bruemmer (2:27.18) and Faith Meacham (2:28.22) saw action in the 200 backstroke finishing in 15th and 16th respectively.

The Bryn Mawr swim team closed out the day on a very high note, seeing its 400 freestyle relay capture a fourth place finish. The relay composed of Becca Adlai-Gail, Varuna Jasodanand, Madelyn Schwimmer and Lillian Oyen-Ustad posted a time of 3:53.53 and beat out both Mount Holyoke and Smith College's A relays.

Bryn Mawr took fifth place overall in the competition with a total score of 370 points. The Owls will look to keep building off of this incredibly positive weekend as they return to action on Saturday February 3rd for a home meet against McDaniel College.