WOMEN’S SWIM AND DIVE EDGED OUT BY CENTRAL CONNECTICUT, 123-118
Results
NEW BRITAIN, Conn.
– Junior Kristen Jurzynski notched three first-place finishes as Central Connecticut State University edged the University of New Hampshire women’s swimming and diving team. 123-118, Saturday afternoon at Jack Suydam Natatorium.
Central Connecticut was the top finisher in nine of the 13 events.
    New Hampshire held a slim 114-112 edge going into the final event, the 11-point 200-yard free relay.  The Blue Devils, led by sophomore Erin Crowley, freshman Kandra Kane, and juniors Lindsey Snyder and Rachel Brookman swam past the Wildcats to finish first with a final time of 1 minute, 39.18 seconds.  New Hampshire, represented by sophomore Katrina Maloney (Dover, N.H.), and freshmen Lauren Sampl (Fort Collins, Colo.), Meagan Wengrove (Arvado, Colo.) and Shawna Watterson (Frisco, Texas) finished second at 1:43.52.
    Maloney helped keep her team in the meet, claiming the top place in the 100-yard free at 57.71.  Freshman Katie Vance (Apple Valley, Minn.) followed closely behind at 54.99.
    Junior Shana Dege (Lockport, N.Y.) won the 1-meter dive with a score of 239.90 while sophomore Taryn Persia (Batonia, N.Y.) claimed the 3-meter dive event with a score of 213.60.  Dege was second with 212.35.
    Freshman Evelyn Yuen (Princeton, N.J.) won the 100-breast, finishing at 1:09.36
    New Hampshire travels to Boston to compete at the Boston University Invitational between November 17-19.
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