Swimming and Diving Competes at Husky Invitational
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross swimming and diving teams competed at the Husky Invitational this Saturday, Feb. 2. The meet was an informal invitational used as a warm up for conference championships and, for those student-athletes who won’t be attending their respective championships, as one final day of competition to wrap up their season.
- Teams in attendance included Holy Cross, the University of Connecticut, Colgate, and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
- The Crusaders combined for 27 personal best times at the meet.
- Swimmers who finished their season at the meet include Erin Boddie, Lily Cloonan, Margaret Gentile, Abbey Harris, Maddy Nolan, Katherine O’Malley, Mary Pinn, and Karsen Seeger.
- Nolan swam a personal best in the 500 and 50 frees. Seeger, Cloonan, Harris, and O’Malley all did the same in the 50 free. Cloonan and Boddie both set personal best times in the 100 fly. Harris also did so in the 200 free. Boddie and Seeger had personal best times in the 100 breast, as did Harris and Cloonan in the 100 free. Boddie wrapped things up with a best time in the 200 breast and Cloonan in the 100 fly.
- Kayleigh Hoagland finished second in the 500 free with a 5:14.84.
- Katy Saladin came in second in the 400 IM with a time of 4:46.42.
- Brianna Larnard claimed second with a 1:59.40 in the 200 free.
- Gentile came in first in the 200 fly with a 2:15.08.
- Steve Tierney swam a 1:58.91 in the 200 fly and also came in third in the 500 free with a 4:57.28.
- Kaikea Wilinski finished fifth in the 200 free with a 1:51.49.
- Cole Collier also claimed fifth in the 100 back with a time of 56.51.
The Crusaders will compete at the Patriot League Championship starting on