Swimming & Diving Opens 2022-23 Season at Potomac Relays – Georgetown University Athletics

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WASHINGTON – The Georgetown University swimming & diving team put forth a solid performance in its season opener at the Potomac Relays on Friday afternoon, medaling in 17 of 18 events and picking up four wins with nine second-place marks.
 
“I thought we raced well all afternoon with a lot of positive takeaways, but there’s still a long way to go. The most important thing was getting back in the pool and facing really good competition. It had been a long time since our last meet and it felt good to get our team back in the water.” Head Coach Jack Leavitt said following Friday’s meet
 
WOMEN’S HIGHLIGHTS

  • Samantha Hagberg, Angelica Reali and Genevieve Youngman picked up the first Hoya win on the day with a women’s 300-yard fly time of 2:52.16.
  • Alex Breuer, Erin Hood, Samantha Kim captured the women’s second victory of the day with a 2:43.07 time in the 300-yard breast. 
  • Freshmen Sophia Ribeiro and Ashley Vensel picked up the Hoyas final win of the afternoon with a 10:16.73 time in the women’s 1,000-yard free. 
  • Wynter Bramao and Lizzy Durgin went 1-2 in both diving events, being separated by .35 points in the 1m (236.75 – 236.40) and 3.25 points in the 3m (234.70 – 231.45). Emilie Ginovker rounded out the Hoya podium sweep in the 1m with a score of 233.40.
  • The Hoyas picked up silver medal marks in the 200-yard free, 300-yard back and 400-yard medley.

 
MEN’S HIGHLIGHTS

Women’s 1m
1) Wynter Bramao (Georgetown) – 236.75

2) Lizzy Durgin (Georgetown) – 236.40

3) Emilie Ginovker (Georgetown) – 233.40

4) Peyton Thurman (American) – 213.05
5) Teyana Johnson (Howard) – 202.45
6) Sara Warm (Georgetown) – 187.15
7) Jordaynn Connell (Howard) – 183.95
8) Grace Hogue (American) – 166.00
9) Amanda Bosses (American) – 163.70
10) Amada Paris (Georgetown) – 159.40
 
Women’s 3m
1) Wynter Bramao (Georgetown) – 234.70

2) Lizzy Durgin (Georgetown) – 231.45

3) Peyton Thurman (American) – 210.75
4) Emilie Ginovker (Georgetown) – 201.60

5) Sara Warm (Georgetown) – 169.65

6) Amada Paris (Georgetown) – 161.15

7) Grace Hogue (American) – 149.50
8) Amanda Bosses (American) – 133.90
 
Men’s 1m
1) Joseph Hofman (Georgetown) – 289.20

2) Hriday Parekh (Georgetown) – 285.05

3) Charlie Reichle (Georgetown) – 274.25

4) Rhys Davies (American) – 260.85
5) Tristan Gess (Georgetown) – 259.80

6) Kyle Maziarz (Georgetown) – 250.15

7) Griffin Batt (American) – 231.45
8) Jordan Walker (Howard) – 214.25
 
Men’s 3m
1) Charlie Reichle (Georgetown) – 271.85

2) Kyle Maziarz (Georgetown) – 265.50

3) Hriday Parekh (Georgetown) – 256.10

4) Rhys Davies (American) – 255.55
5) Joseph Hofman (Georgetown) – 243.30

6) Tristan Gess (Georgetown) – 227.90

7) Griffin Batt (American) – 190.35
 


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