Old Dominion Downs Davidson in Sweep

Davidson vs. Old Dominion

  • Nov. 2, 2019
  • Men: Old Dominion 157.5-136.5; Women: ODU 177-117
  • Results

Courtesy: Old Dominion Athletics

NORFOLK, Va. – Old Dominion University swimming defeated Davidson on both the men’s and women’s side. The women won 177-117, while the men won 157.5-136.5

ODU began the meet with a clean sweep in the women’s diving events. AJ Caruso won the 1-meter dive with a score of 210.25, while Kaleigh Everett won the 3-meter dive with a score of 234.50.

That continued with the first swimming events of the day, as the women’s 200 medley relay team of Jacklyn VandePoel, Rylee Moss, Tara Enneking and Summer Miln triumphed in a time of 1:47.47, while the men’s team of Neal McElhattan, Filip Svedberg, Peter Durisin and Parker Harp won with a time of 1:32.81.

In individual events, Jacqueline Tinneny won the 1000 freestyle with a time of 10:38.81.

VandePoel won the second individual swimming event for the Monarchs with a time of 58.01 to win the 100 backstroke. VandePoel also won the 200 backstroke with a time of 2:02.81.

Enneking won the 100 breaststroke, edging out Sarah Shepherd by .16 with a time of 1:05.16. Peter Durisin won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 57.00. Nathan Kimbel and Nick Wukovits took second and third for the Monarchs.

ODU continued sweeping events as Moss won the 200 butterfly, while Svedberg won the men’s 100 butterfly.

Summer Miln was victorious in the 50 freestyle with a time of 24.23. She also won the 100 freestyle with a time of 51.82.

Parker Harp won the men’s 50 freestyle in a time of 21.17. He also took the win in the 100 freestyle with a time of 46.05.

Enneking also won the 200 breaststroke with s time of 2:21.76, while Durisin won the men’s race with a time of 2:06.3

Alex Arrieta won the 500 freestyle for the Monarchs with a time of 4:42.46.

The Monarchs are back in action beginning Nov. 23 at the West Virginia Invitational.

Svedberg continued his solid night with a win in the 200 fly with a time of 49.18.

Jacob Cobb win the final individual event of the night with q time of 1:57.15. Nathan Kimbel and Hugo Eriksson finished second and third.

ODU finished the night with a 400 medley relay victory in both the men’s and women’s races.

Courtesy: Davidson Athletics

NORFOLK, Va. — Ten event wins and a number of improved performances marked the Davidson swimming and diving teams’ visit to Old Dominion Saturday.

While the Monarchs posted the team wins, Davidson coach John Young was encouraged by what he saw from the Wildcats.

“We’d prefer the impact on our record be different, but I really felt good about the racing today,” he said. “A number of folks were on the wrong side of touch finishes, but with season-best swims. We’ll always take season-best swims.”

For the Davidson women, Siena Senn continued her strong season with wins in the 200- and 500-yard freestyles. Senn swam the 200 in 1:53.99 and the 500 in 5:04.25. Senior Isabella McElrath won the 100 butterfly (59.25), and Sarah Helen Shepherd won the 200 individual medley in 2:06.29, just ahead of teammate Abby Francis (2:06.71).

“Siena stayed hot, racing away in the 200 and 500 and staking the freestyle relay to a lead as its opening leg,” said Young. “Sarah Helen again swam well. Julia Goodhead and Abby continue to hold down their races. Abby was solid in her 200 IM debut, following Sarah Helen in a powerful 1-2 finish.”

Daniel Valmassei swept the diving events to lead the Davidson men, posting 307.72 points in the 3-meter competition and 292.65 points in the 1-meter.

Crossan Cooper led a 1-2-3 Davidson finish in the 1,000 free (9:55.85), as Jared Herr and Tommy Cromie followed, and Walter Dauksher won the 200 free in 1:41.90. Kevin Andrews and Owen Corkery swam out front in the backstroke events. Andrews won the 100 in 51.87, and Corkery took the 200 in 1:53.27.

“Deep team performances in the 1,000, the 200, and the 100 backstroke set the tone early,” said Young. “And the men did a great job nullifying ODU’s butterflier by taking the scoring spots behind him in both the 100 and 200. Owen’s 200 backstroke was again impressive; he does a remarkable job closing that race.”

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