Women's Swimming Tops Washington College, 110-82
SWARTHMORE, Pa. - The Swarthmore College women's swim team made quick work of the competition once again on Wednesday, soundly defeating Centennial Conference rival Washington College by a 110-82 margin in the second-to-last home meet of the season.
The Garnet boasted three multiple winners, as sophomores Supriya Davis and Kate Wiseman and junior Rebecca Teng each took first in two events. Davis dominated the 200 and 500 freestyle, winning the former by six seconds in 1:57.52 and the latter by twelve seconds in 5:25.48; Wiseman once again swept the sprints (25.59 and 55.96); and Teng beat the field in the 200 IM (2:19.53) and 200 backstroke (2:19.08).
Other wins came courtesy of freshman Jessica Seigel (1000 freestyle, 11:20.20) and senior Hannah Gotwals (200 butterfly, 2:21.90) as Swarthmore took eight of nine individual events. The Garnet also took first in both relay events, as Teng, junior Erin Lowe, and freshmen Nikkia Miller and Eva Winter teamed up to take the meet-opening 400 medley relay (4:15.87), and Davis, Wiseman, sophomore Katie Warren, and senior Alice Wong combined for a win in the 400 freestyle relay (3:55.20).
Swarthmore returns to action on Saturday, traveling to take on Gettysburg. The meet is set to begin at 2 pm.