Her time tonight ranks 19th in the NCAA this season, guaranteeing Metzler an invite to NCAAs this season.
Metzler put up a lifetime best 1:57.17 to clear the records by half a second and was subsequently named the women’s America East 2020 Most Outstanding Swimmer
Metzler took her 2nd win and Meet Record of the weekend and is about a second and a half away from what it took to make NCAAs in 2019.
That’s Metzler’s 2nd America East Record in as many days. Last night, she dropped 3 seconds in the 200 free to set the record on the 800 free relay leadoff.
Ilia Rattsev led them off in 1:36.65, a lifetime best by a couple of tenths and his first best time in the event since 2018.
The Northeastern women overcame a five-point deficit vs. New Hampshire, with a winning effort in the 400 freestyle relay, clinching a 152-148 victory.
The Wildcats won all 16 events as the University of New Hampshire swimming and diving team defeated Central Connecticut, 175-110, on Saturday.Ma
Anna Metzler won three individual events and was a member of the winning 400 free relay team as the Wildcats took 14 of 16 events vs Vermont.
A slew of meet records went down again on day 2, keeping with the pace of this now increasingly attended meet.
The UMBC men broke 2 Meet Records on Saturday: Alexander Gliese in the 100 back, and the men’s 400 medley relay (which Gliese led off).
Ilia Rattsev of UMBC and Juliana McDonald of Maine both took down the America East Championship meet records in the 50 free on day 2 in Worcester.
The University of New Hampshire swimming & diving team placed 1-2-3 in eight events and won 10 of 16 events overall to defeat the University of Maine, 186-112, in Friday evening’s regular-season finale at Stanley M. Wallace Pool.
The Northeastern swimming and diving team adds another to their win column after a dominating performance over New Hampshire on Saturday afternoon. The Huskies finished the day with a 175-119 win over the Wildcats.
HANOVER, N.H. – Dartmouth women’s swimming and diving officially opened the 2018-19 season at home on Friday afternoon against New Hampshire, with a 156-134 victory and nine event wins.
The University of New Hampshire swimming and diving team defeated Central Connecticut State, 206-144, at the Jack Suydam Natatorium on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 27-28. The Wildcats improve to 2-0 on the season.