Women's swimming & diving competes in day two of NESCAC championships

Whitney Rosenbaum '10
Whitney Rosenbaum '10
Hamilton College remained in ninth place after the second day of the 2010 New England Small College Athletic Conference championships at Middlebury College's Natatorium on Feb. 20.
Whitney Rosenbaum ’10 took fourth place in the championship finals of the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 58.09 seconds. She made a provisional cut time for the NCAA Division III championships, and missed her own team record by .01 second.
Megan Gibbons ’12 finished in fifth place in the championship finals of the 100 breaststroke. Gibbons clocked a time of 1:07.65 in the preliminary heats. In the same event, Kate Rack ’11 claimed sixth place in the consolation finals and 14th place overall. Rack recorded a time of 1:09.64 in the prelims.
In the 400 individual medley, Liz Bucceri ’11 earned a runner-up finish in the consolation finals (10th overall) with a time of 4:39.83.

Bucceri joined Rosenbaum, Jeannie Folan '12 and Gibbons on an 800 free relay that finished in fifth place with a program-record time of 7:46.61. The relay also met a provisional cut time for the NCAA meet. The old record of 7:49.87 was set at last year's NESCAC championships.

The Continentals have earned a total of 435 team points. The teams will compete in the final day of the championships on Sunday, Feb. 21.
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