Delaware’s men’s and women’s teams played host to Georgetown and Saint Francis (Pennsylvania) at Rawstrom Natatorium on Saturday. The men defeated the Hoyas 176-117, while the women beat Georgetown 160-135 and St. Francis 194-95.
Full results here
Delaware opened the meet with a 1:48.09 victory in the 200 medley relay, featuring the quartet of Alyssa Sanders, Annie Nunes, Kristen Bishop, and Morgan Whyte. The Blue Hens’ Brittany Lazear followed with a win over teammate Hailey Farrell in the 1000 free, touching in 10:34.63. The 200 free went to Georgetown freshman Christine Ryan, who cruised to a 1:53.13 win; Dominique Montoya of Delaware was about a second and a half back in second.
Sanders of Delaware led the field in the 100 back; she touched in 58.11, more than two seconds in front of the Hoyas’ Kathleen Duncalf. In the 100 breast, Delaware’s Nunes won a close race over Georgetown freshman Molly Fitzpatrick, 1:07.35 to 1:08.42.
In the 200 fly, Laura Askin of Delaware won in a comfortable 2:09.52. Her teammate Lauren Ahrens touched out Saint Francis’ Emma Karell, by .04 for second, 2:12.53 to 2:12.57. Bailey Page of Georgetown won the 50 free in 24.27 and the 100 free with 52.36; Delaware’s Montoya was runner-up in both events.
Delaware’s Sanders won her second individual event with a 2:07.14 in the 200 back. The next four finishers all touched in 2:10. Georgetown’s Fitzpatrick avenged her second-place finish in the 100 breast with a victory in the 200, 2:25.33; Mary Kish of Saint Francis was second.
Ryan of Georgetown picked up her second mid-distance free win with a 5:01.69 in the 500. Delaware’s Lazear trailed by 13 seconds. The Blue Hens’ Askin doubled in the fly, winning a very tight 100 over Georgetown’s Molly Gaynor, 59.50 to 59.72.
Nunes of Delaware put up a 2:12.08 in the 200 IM, one second in front of Georgetown’s Madeleine Quinn. Delaware ended the meet with a 3:33.64 in the 400 free relay (Sarah Braatz, Montoya, Askin, and Sanders). Georgetown’s Erica Fabbri, Shana McLaughlin, Ryan and Page touched in 3:33.85.
Delaware’s Kristina Congdon finished first in 3-meter diving, while her teammate Caitlin Stockwell took the 1-meter.
The 200 medley relay went to the Delaware quartet of Timothy Ware, Alex, Tooley, Timothy West, and Nicholas Badsky in 1:35.45. The Hoyas’ Michael Young, Samuel DeLise, Martin Vanin, and Michael Smigelski finished second in 1:36.37.
Delaware’s Cory Camp won both distance free events. He out-touched Georgetown’s Chase Ladman by just a tad in the 1000, 9:46.21 to 9:46.69, and won a second close race in the 500, beating the Hoyas’ Daniel Ross, 4:43.14 to 4:44.38. Ross was runner-up in the 200 as well; this time it was the Blue Hens’ Everett Albert who got the win, 1:43.63 to 1:44.27.
The Blue Hens’ Ware led a 1-2-3 sweep in the 100 back; his time was 51.46. Delaware took the first four places in the 200 back with Ware touching first in 1:54.07. Freshman Patrick Savidge of Delaware won the 100 breast over Georgetown’s DeLise, 1:00.55 to 1:01.09. The same two battled it out in the 200 breast as well. Savidge won again but this time the margin was only .05: 2:10.63 to 2:10.68.
Thomas Scott led a Delaware sweep of the 200 fly with his 1:56.11 victory. His teammate Badsky won both the 50 and 100 freestyle races, touching in 21.23 and 47.83, respectively. Georgetown’s Vanin was the winner in the 100 fly; he edged Delaware’s West 52.73 to 52.95.
Delaware’s Alexander Hillsley was first to the wall in the 200 IM with 1:56.76, while DeLise of Georgetown was second in 1:57.14. Jared Cooper-Vespa of Georgetown won both diving events, scoring 276.40 points in the one-meter and 300.30 in the three-meter.
The Delaware 400 free relay of Tomas Elder, Badsky, Albert, and Hillsley touched in 3:12.47, while Georgetown (William Leach, Smigelski, David Chung, and Ross) came in at 3:14.06.