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DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's swimming team fought hard but lost a hotly contested meet versus a very strong Dartmouth College squad, 124-119 in action at Swasey Pool in Durham on Friday. The loss, UNH's second this season, left the 'Cats at 6-2 on the year.

Freshman Amanda Paul (Reston, Virg.) again impressed, winning both the 100 and 200 freestyle events. Paul first won the 200, coming in with a time of 1:58.05. Paul later touched the wall first in 100 free, winning in 54.81.

Sophomore Kristen Nardozzi (St. Petersburg, Fla.) also won twice for UNH, dominating the field in the 200 medley (2:08.88), while also winning the 500 freestyle (5:07.33) by more than eight seconds. Along with freshman Jaclyn Smith (Greenwich, R.I.) and senior captain Carrie Woynerowski (Mtn. Lakes, N.J.), Paul and Nardozzi also took the 800 free relay (7:56.34).

Defending America East champion Kristen Zeimetz (Rochester, N.H.) was also back in form for UNH, besting the field in her specialty event, the 100 breaststroke (1:05.26).

The Wildcats return to action on Monday afternoon when they host Northeastern at Swasey Pool. The meet begins at 1 p.m .

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