Swim & Dive Begins 2022-23 Campaign with Tri-Meet Split – James Madison University Athletics

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – James Madison swimming & diving began its season by earning a split in a tri-meet Saturday at the Charles E. Smith Center, topping Old Dominion, 210-83, while slightly falling to host George Washington, 163-136.
 
The Dukes earned top-three finishes in both relay events, both boards and nine individual swim events. JMU earned wins in the 200 Free Relay, 1-meter board, 3-meter board, 50 Free, 100 Free and 200 IM.
 
Dive

  • Three of the top five spots in the 1-meter were earned by Dukes, with Maddie Yager taking first with an NCAA Zone qualifying score of 273.98. Lindsey Hammar took second with a score of 262.28 and Felicity Ryan scored a 255.98 for fourth place.
  • Hammar scored her second second-place finish of the day, scoring a 273.83 on the 3-meter board. Alexa Holloway won the event, scoring a 275.85.

 
Relays

 
Individual

  • Jess Pryne took home three top-three finishes, winning the 200 IM (2:06.62) and coming in second in the 500 Free (5:09.62) and third in the 200 Fly (2:06.12).
  • Schnell came away with a win in the 50 Free, swimming a time of 23.94 that just edged Jamie Cornwell’s time of 23.99. Volk joined the redshirt senior and freshman, respectively, in the top-five for the event as she swam a 24.48 for fourth place.
  • Cornwell and Schnell flipped places in the 100 Free, as Cornwell earned his first collegiate victory with a time of 51.74. Schnell swam a time of 52.29.
  • In the 1000 Free, Abby Maguire finished third with a time of 10:43.25.
  • Dukes took home third to fifth place in the 100 Back, with Gring earning a third-place finish with a time of 57.59 and was followed by Park (58.06) and Lauren Aylmer (58.27).
  • Another JMU three-through-fifth place finish came in the 200 Back from the trio of Aylmer (2:05.22), Park (2:06.45) and Gring (2:06.66).
  • Cottrell finished second in the 100 Fly, swimming a time of 57.47.

 
Quoting Head Coach Dane Pedersen
“Today was a good way to start our season. The coaching staff couldn’t be happier with our team’s collective positive and supportive energy, both swimming and diving. It’s early in the season and we have a lot of work still left, but the girls are in a good spot and we’re really excited about where this season is going to go.”
 
Up Next
The Dukes will be back in the pool on Saturday, Oct. 29 as they host East Carolina at Savage Natatorium. The diving portion will begin at 10 a.m. and will be followed by the swimming portion at 12:30 p.m.


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