The Central Connecticut swimming team maintained a slim lead in the team standings following Thursday night at the 2022 Northeast Conference Championships at the Spire Institute in Geneva, OH. The Blue Devils won an individual event and a relay on the evening.
Following three days of competition CCSU has 388 points to lead the team standings. Bryant is in second with 378.
The five-day competition continues on Thursday with 10:00 a.m. prelim races, and finals to be held at 6:00 p.m.
NEC SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIP HOME // PERFORMANCE LIST
Location: Spire Institute | Geneva, OH
DAY 1 SCHEDULE: HEAT SHEET – – // FINALS || DAY 1 RESULTS: – – // FINALS
DAY 2 SCHEDULE: HEAT SHEET // PRELIMS // FINALS || DAY 2 RESULTS: PRELIMS // FINALS
DAY 3 SCHEDULE: HEAT SHEET // PRELIMS // FINALS || DAY 3 RESULTS: PRELIMS // FINALS
DAY 4 SCHEDULE: PRELIMS // FINALS || DAY 4 RESULTS: PRELIMS // FINALS
DAY 5 SCHEDULE: PRELIMS // FINALS || DAY 5 RESULTS: PRELIMS // FINALS
KEY PERFORMANCES (Day 3)
- 400 IM – Freshman Morgan O’Hara placed fourth with a time of 4:31.32. Sophomore Abby Bacon also scored in the championship final with a time of 4:40.52.
- 100 Fly – Freshmen Cassidy Stotler (55.77) and Ashley Calderon (56.57) both scored in the final for CCSU.
- 200 Free – Sophomore Shannon Welcome claimed CCSU’s only individual win of the night, turning in a time of 1:50.06 to win, while junior Katie Czulewicz placed third (1:50.82). Junior Simona Visinski placed fifth in 1:52.18.
- 1 Meter Diving – Freshmen Zoe Baker and Elyse Boothroyd both made the championship final. Baker scored 190.40 and Boothroyd scored 169.95.
- 200 Free Relay – The team of Czulewicz, Visinski, junior Jeannette King and freshman Kelly Stotler won the night’s final event in 1:33.58.
The championships continue on Friday morning with the prelims at 10:00 a.m. The championships will be streamed for FREE and live on NECFrontRow.com.