Miami (OH) Women Win Big Over Ball State 221-78

Meet Stats

Press Release

Courtesy of Miami (OH) Athletics

Miami University women’s swimming and diving team competed in their last dual meet at the Nixon Aquatic Center this season. They defeated Ball State by a score of 221-78 and chalked up their eighth win of the year.

The Red and White started off the meet with a win in the 200-yard medley relay. The team of Brittany Dudzinski, Stephanie LeMire, Morgan Quesnel and Elise Campbell clocked in at 1:44.44.

Another gold-silver-bronze finish happened in the 200-yard freestyle. Ella Moynihan touched the wall first in 1:52.34. Molly Zilch and Claire Doerr came in second and third, respectively with times of 1:55.34 and 1:56.54. Moynihan also won the 50-yard freestyle, where she clocked in at 24.32. Logan Klinskyplace third with a time of 24.60.

Moynihan led yet another sweep for the RedHawks in the 100-yard freestyle, touching the wall in 52.53. Carolyn Jungersfinished in second (52.90) and Elise Campbell in third (52.99).

Miami completed in the 1-2-3 finish in the 100-yard backstroke. Izzy Herb led the way (56.31) with Brittany Dudzinski (57.07) and Carolyn Jungers (58.23) behind her. Herb also won the 200-yard backstroke (2:01.98). Carolyn Jungers (2:04.07) and Rachel Baker (2:06.43) finished the race in second and third, respectively.

Stephanie LeMire won the 200-yard breaststroke (2:17.92) with Holly Schuster (2:19.36) and Hannah Fuchs (2:20.85) behind her. Fuchs won the 200-yard IM (2:07.59) and Holly Schuster(2:08.09) and Abby Stone (2:08.49) placed second and third, respectively.

Claire Doerr clocked in first in the 500-yard freestyle, touching the wall in 5:05.22. Julia Campbell placed second, timing in at 5:08.04. A time of 5:08.19 earned Emma Bradley third place in the race. Bradley won the 1650-yard freestyle for the RedHawks, timing in at 17:18.34. Shay Spelman finished in second and clocked in at 17:43.13.

Pei Lin swept the diving events once again, winning the one-meter and three-meter dives. In the one-meter, she scored a 331.57. Taylor LeCount placed second with a score of 269.55. Lin won the three-meter dive, scoring a 378.52. Jenna Karrowscored 268.57, earning her second place.

Miami’s men and women will meet back up when they head to Eastern Michigan on Saturday, Feb. 4 at 1 p.m. to take on the Eagles.

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