The Terriers' women's swim team won nine of 13 events and went 1-2-3 in the two diving events en route to a 138-105 win against New Hampshire today (October 6th). The win evened the Terriers' record at 1-1 after the team suffered a disappointing loss to Northeastern, 157-143, the week before.
Leading the way for the Terriers was freshman Ingrid Salazar (Simi Valley, CA), who won both the 500- and 1000-yard freestyle events. Her time in the former was 5:12.56, while she was clocked in 10:29.69 in the latter.
Other winners in the swimming events included:
Senior captain Abigail Clarke (Baltimore, MD), the 50-yard freestyle in :24.3 seconds,
Freshman Karissa Lopez (Albuquerque, NM), the 200-yard butterfly in 2:10.92,
Freshman Meg O'Neil (Chattanooga, TN), the 200-yard backstroke in 2:10.46, and
Junior Corey Cooper (Springfield, VA), the 200 freestyle in 1:59.78.
In the meet's final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, Clark and Salazar teamed with senior Lauren Feldman (Roanoke, VA) and sophomore Kerry Kusz (Iron Mountain, MI) to lead the way in a time of 3:39.97.
The Terriers also dominated the diving events. Senior Cindy Hoffman (Cornwall, NY) won the one-meter dive with 272.80 points, while junior Amelia Price (Cincinnati, OH) captured the three-meter dive with a point total of 273.70.