Williams Wins 2009 Women's Swimming & Diving Championship

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2008 Championship Results

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Williams College, the only program to have ever won a NESCAC Women's Swimming and Diving Championship, claimed their ninth consecutive conference title on Sunday at Greason Pool. The Ephs posted a final team score of 1827.5, beating second-place Amherst (1429.5) and third-place Tufts (1145.5). Middlebury (1047) and Colby (886) rounded out the top five squads.

Williams rookie Logan Todhunter continued her incredible weekend performance, winning the 200 yard butterfly in a NESCAC record time of 1:59.78. Courtney Asher picked up her third win in as many days for the Ephs by capturing the 200 breaststroke competition (2:24.02). Amanda Nicholson claimed her second win of the championship by taking the 200 backstroke for Williams.

Other individual winners included Tufts' Megan Kono, who placed first in the 1650 yard freestyle by setting a meet record pace of 17:11.91.

Amherst's Kendra Stern won her third race of the meet by taking the 100 freestyle in a Greason Pool-record time of 50.61. Bates senior Kelsey Lamdin completed a sweep of the diving events by winning the three-meter springboard competition.

Williams closed out the championship with a thrilling victory in the 400 freestyle relay, edging Amherst by a mere 1.51 seconds to set a new meet record of 3:27.14. Todhunter teamed with Erin Altenburger, Carolyn Geller and Jillian Hancock to close out the competition.


Williams Extends Lead After Day Two at Women's Swimming & Diving Championship

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BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Williams College women's swimming and diving team extended their lead, winning six of eight events on Saturday at Day Two of the 2009 NESCAC Championship hosted by Bowdoin College. The Ephs boast a team total of 1313.5 to lead second-place Amherst (1047.5) by 266 points. Tufts University stands in third place overall with 819.5 points.

Williams set four meet records on Saturday, as Erin Altenburger earned a pair of wins, taking first in the 1000 yard freestyle, breaking the meet and Greason Pool record in a time of 10:07.85, before posting a victory in the 100 backstroke in 57.11. Amanda Nicholson claimed the 400 individual medley in 4:20.59, breaking her own record set a year ago.

The Ephs also won the 200 medley relay in meet record time, posting a pace of 1:45.58. Rookie Logan Todhunter set a new NESCAC record in the 100 butterfly prelims and followed it up with her second win in as many days, earning the championship final victory in 55.27. Courney Asher rounded out the Williams winners by taking the 100 breaststroke in 1:06.36.

Amherst picked up wins in the other two events as Kendra Stern captured the 200 freestyle in 1:50.20. Stern helped the Jeffs win the final race of the evening, teaming with Becca Thompson, Alex Lee and Meaghan Stern to win the 800 freestyle relay in a pool-record time of 7:31.93.


Williams Holds 175-Point Lead After Day One at Women's Swimming & Diving Championship

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2008 Championship Results

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Williams College women's swimming and diving team took a commanding 175-point lead after the first day of the NESCAC Women's Swimming and Diving Championship hosted by Bowdoin College. Behind five winning performances, the Ephs accumulated 685.5 points ahead of Amherst (510) and Tufts (425).

Williams freshman Logan Todhunter posted the top individual performance of the night, winning the 50-yard butterfly in a NESCAC record time of 24.55, shattering the previous mark by almost a full second. The Ephs also received individual victories from Courtney Asher in the 50-yard breaststroke and Ellen Ramsey in the 200 individual medley. Williams also claimed a pair of relay wins, taking the 200-yard freestyle relay in a NESCAC-record time of 1:34.38 and placing first in the 400 medley relay in a meet-record pace of 3:47.80.

Other individual winners on day one included Kelsey Potdevin of Colby, who collected a meet record in winning the 50 backstroke in 26.56. Amherst's Kendra Stern won the 500 yard freestyle event while Middlebury's Emily McDonald claimed the 50 freestyle race. Bates senior Kelsey Lamdin won the one-meter diving competition by accumulating 466.90 points in setting a new Greason Pool record.


  

2009 NESCAC WOMEN'S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Friday, February 20 - Sunday, February 22
at Greason Pool, Bowdoin College

Order of Events

Friday, February 20
Trials, 10:00 A.M.
200 yard Freestyle Relay
50 yard Breaststroke
50 yard Butterfly
500 yard Freestyle
50 yard Backstroke
200 yard Individual Medley
50 yard Freestyle
400 yard Medley Relay

Diving Prelims, 2:00 P.M. 

Finals, 6:00 P.M.
200 yard Freestyle Relay
50 yard Breaststroke
50 yard Butterfly
500 yard Freestyle
50 yard Backstroke
200 Individual Medley
50 yard Freestyle
1-meter Diving (Top 8 Qualifiers)
400 yard Medley Relay

Saturday, February 21
Trials, 10:00 A.M.
200 yard Medley Relay
400 yard Individual Medley
100 yard Butterfly
200 yard Freestyle
100 yard Breaststroke
100 yard Backstroke
1000 Freestyle (Timed Finals)


Diving Prelims, 2:00 P.M.
 

Finals, 5:50 P.M.
Senior Ceremony
200 yard Medley Relay
1000 yard Freestyle
(Last Heat of Timed Finals)
400 Individual Medley
100 yard Butterfly
200 yard Freestyle
100 yard Breaststroke
100 yard Backstroke
800 yard Freestyle Relay

Sunday, February 22
Trials, 10:00 A.M.

200 yard Backstroke
100 yard Freestyle
200 yard Breaststroke
200 yard Butterfly
400 yard Freestyle Relay
1650 Freestyle (Timed Finals)



Diving Prelims, 2:00 p.m.
 

Finals, 5:30 P.M.
1650 yard Freestyle
(Last Heat of Timed Finals)
200 yard Backstroke
100 yard Freestyle
200 yard Breaststroke
200 yard Butterfly
3-meter Diving (Top 8 Qualifiers)
400 yard Freestyle Relay
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