Women’s swimming rollers in the senior competition

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EWING, N.J. – The TCNJ women’s swim team got plenty of solid performances from their seniors in a 129-49 win over William Paterson in Tuesday night’s senior competition.

Zoe Chan, Brianna Hatzold, Megan Healey, Kayla Jelinek, Kori Jelinek, Allison Lowry, Caroline Mazzacco, and Julia Spanfelner were honored ahead of the game for their contributions to the program, and this group contributed heavily to a fitting send-off in their final encounter in front of home fans.

The Lions kicked off the encounter with a sweep of the top three spots in the 400 medley relay, led by Healey, Chan, Kayla Jelinek, and Lowry first (4:27.06).

In the 400 free relay, the quartet made up of Jamie Bowne, Shannon Hesse, Haley Crispell, and Fall-Brook Tucker won with a time of 3:53.27.

Chan won both the 100 freestyle (55.77) and the 200 freestyle (2:04.76), where Lowry was second (2:08.80).

Tucker took first place in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:02.72. Kori Jelinek (1:04.51) and Chloe Howard (1:05.34) were close behind.

In the 200 back, Rachel Hanna came in first with a time of 2:15.90, beating Taylor Friedman of William Paterson for first place with her time of 2:23.23.

Sarah Burton finished first in the 1000m freestyle (11:35.43) followed by his teammates Colleen Scanlon (11:55.92) and Mackenzie wall (12:19.79).

Cameron Carrazza finished first with a time of 1:15.26 in the 100m breaststroke and Hannah placed first in the 50m freestyle at 25.43.

Crispell, who was honored at last year’s senior competition, won the top prize in the 200 breaststroke clocking 2:35.44, while Scanlon took the 200 individual medley in 2:23.59.

TCNJ also produced the top three marks in the 100 backstroke with Bowne (1:04.39), Hesse (1:06.72) and Tucker (1:06.89).

Bowne (5:38.63), Carrazza (5:42.90) and Mazzacco (6:04.18) were the first three to finish the 500 freestyle.

Julianna Boyle earned a score of 170.85 in the 1 meter dive.

The women’s swimming and diving team wraps up the regular season with an NJAC duel at Kean on Saturday.

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