📹 | “We wanted to get everyone up: see them race, see them compete on the boards and see how they would compete against the conference champions.”@GoNUwswimming head coach Roy Coates was happy with the #HowlinHuskies‘ crew efficiency throughout Saturday’s residence meet. pic.twitter.com/BRSuKSLIy2
— Northeastern Swim & Dive (@GoNUwswimming) October 12, 2019
BOSTON – Making its first residence look of the 2019-20 season on Saturday, the Northeastern ladies’s swimming and diving crew gave the defending CAA champions a aggressive battle, regardless of the Huskies receiving the 184-116 defeat from James Madison at Barletta Natatorium.
Northeastern (1-1, 0-1 CAA) received six of 16 occasions, splitting the meet’s two relays whereas claiming 5 particular person titles, together with two first-place finishes from Megan Clark within the 50 freestyle (23.77) and 100 freestyle (50.83).
James Madison (1-0, 1-Zero CAA) swept the rostrum in each diving occasions along with occupying the highest two positions within the 200, 500 and 1,000 freestyle occasions.
The Huskies opened the swimming portion of the meet with their victory within the 200 medley relay. Sidney Smith, Klara Juliusson, Lena Spear and Clark notched the first-place time of 1:46.72, prevailing after a neck-and-neck battle with the Dukes’ prime crew.
Northeastern gained again factors in opposition to JMU by sweeping each breaststroke occasions. Juliusson swam to the first-place time of 1:05.93 within the 100 breaststroke and was runner-up within the 200 breaststroke behind her teammate, Alicia Iizuka, who touched the wall together with her first-place time of two:26.34.
Matilda Weiler narrowly outlasted James Madison’s Karen Siddoway for the victory within the 200 particular person medley, successful the occasion by 0.18 seconds.
• Northeastern will return to the pool on Wednesday, Oct. 23, when the Huskies go to Boston School (6 p.m.).