BOSTON- The University of New Hampshire women's swimming and diving team remains in fourth place (of seven teams) heading into the final day of the America East Swimming and Diving Champsionships held at Boston University.
After one day of swimming the
Wildcats found themselves in second place at the America East
Swimming and Diving Champsionships. Highlights of the day included
the Wildcats record-breaking 200-yard medley relay of Amy
Perrault (Kirkland Lake, Ont.), Allison
Nahin (Hartland, Wisc.), Sarah Kanellas
(Lowell, Mass.) and Jessie Ellisalcaide
(Harpswell, Maine). The squad touched in with a first-place time of
1:42.24 to break the previous record of 1:44.68.
DAY ONE RECAP (AE)
DAY ONE RESULTS