The George Washington University: Women's Swimming

Women's Swimming Wipes Out Georgetown, 123-114

Emily Leik won the 200-yard backstroke
 
Emily Leik won the 200-yard backstroke
 

Jan. 20, 2008

Complete Results

WASHINGTON, DC - Freshmen Paola Leor and Sarah Landry won two events apiece to lead the George Washington Colonials to a 123-114 victory over the Georgetown Hoyas Sunday at Charles E. Smith Athletic Center. GW had eight individual victories on the day and swept at least the top two spots in three separate events.

Leor won both the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle events in 53.46 and 1:57.11, respectively, while Landry swept the diving events with 125.0 points in the one-meter and 246.68 points in the three-meter.

Also winning individual events on the day were sophomores Cissey Ye and Emily Leik, as well as junior Ariana Berdini. Ye won the 1,000-yard freestyle in 11:02.91 with Berdini following in second in 11:12.03. Leik won the 200-yard backstroke in 2:13.29 and finished second to her teammate Leor in the 200-yard freestyle (1:59.36). Berdini won the 200-yard breaststroke in 2:27.90 and was followed by a pair of Colonials in junior Lauren Fuchs (2:28.15) and sophomore Katrina Timlin (2:29.91).

The 400-yard freestyle relay team of Leik, Leor and juniors Luciana Maggiolo and Jessica Miga was also victorious in 3:38.95.

Colonials swimming & diving wraps up their home season Friday, January 25 when they host Army at 3:00 pm. Friday's meet is also senior day as seniors Andrea Martin and Molly Moss will compete in their final home meet.

 

 

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