Red Devil Women Submerge Shoremen

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On Saturday, Jan 25, the men’s and women’s swim teams traveled to Washington College.  The men swam in extremely close races, but ended up losing to the Shoremen 119-95.  The women pulled out a win against Washington College, beating them by nearly 80 points, with a final score of 142-63.

The men started off the race with finishing second in the 400 Medley Relay Race.  Jason Adams ’14, Cameron Phillips ’15, Sam Eaton ’17, and Brandon Gauthier ’14 finished the relay just three seconds behind the Shoremen.  Joe Caucino ’17 finished first in the 1000 Free with an impressive time of 10:18.  Alex Bennett ’17 and Chris Miles ’15 finished second and third in the 200 Free with times just one second away from one another.  Adams came in first in the 50 Free with a time of 21:34.  Phillips finished the 200 Fly in 2:03, earning second place.  Alan Karickhoff ’17 swam in the 100 Free and ended up with a final time of 49:79, placing second in the race. Bennett and Caucino took first and second place in the 500 Free.  Gauthier  earned first place in the 200 Breast with a time of 2:14.

The women dominated the meet, with a Red Devil winning all but one event. Emily Houser ’17, Tanita Leary ’17, Jax Teller ’17, and Carson Gannon ’14 started out the meet strong by coming in first place in the 400 Medley Relay with a time of 4:11.  Caroline Brennan ’15 took first place in the 1000 free and the 200 Fly.  Caitlin Klockner ’16 took first ain the 200 free.  Houser took first place in the 50 Free and the 200 Back.  Teller came in first place in the 200 IM with a time of 2:16.   In the 100 Free, Klockner again came in first place and Leary came in just a few seconds behind, earning herself third place.  Carson Gannon  ’15 had an impressive time of 5:24 in the 500 free, which caused her to come in first place.  Teller added to her team’s success again the 200 Breast, finishing in just 2:33 earning second place.  In the final event, the women finished first once again, as Klockner,  Leary, Brennan, and Katie Nirenberg ’17 completed the 400 Free Relay in only 3:49.

The men’s and women’s teams will travel to Franklin and Marshall on Saturday, Feb. 1 to compete against the Diplomats and 1 p.m.

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