Women's Swimming

Minutewomen Remain In Fourth At A-10s

Freshman Zoe Judd set a school record in the 200-yard freestyle.

Freshman Zoe Judd set a school record in the 200-yard freestyle.

Feb. 25, 2012


AMHERST, Mass. -

Going into the last day of the Atlantic 10 Championship from Buffalo, N.Y. the UMass women's swimming and diving team sits in fourth place, totaling 267 points. Richmond still leads the pack with 516 points, followed by Fordham (358.5), La Salle (311), UMass (267), Duquesne (185), Rhode Island (182), St. Bonaventure (169), Xavier (165), George Washington (163.5) and Saint Louis (118).

Freshman Zoe Judd knocked down another school record, this time in the 200-yard freestyle touching the wall at 1:49.97. Her time was good for a bronze medal in the event. In the B-final of the 200 free Amina Meho, Anna Cavanaugh and Molly Smyth finished ninth, tenth and eleventh, respectively.

Katie Arnott was the only swimmer to score in the 100-yard breaststroke. She was able to take third place in the event, finishing with a time of 1:05.06. In the 400 IM Chelsea Downing took sixth place finishing with a time 4:32.48. Kaitlyn McKenna finished twelfth (4:34.64) and Kate Sieracki took fourteenth (4:36.41).

In the 400-yard medley relay the team of Smyth, Arnott, Judd and Meho took tenth with a time of 3:52.38.

The final day of A-10s will begin at 6:30 pm from Erie Community College.



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