Swimming and Diving Falls to New Hampshire, 181-110
Freshman Taylor Friedmann won two individual events, but Central
Connecticut State University dropped a 181-110 decision to New
Hampshire on the road on Saturday afternoon. Friedmann took gold
medalist honors in the 1,000 and 500 free, touching in at 10:23.56
and 5:08.68, respectively.
Friedmann also took second in the 200 butterfly, recording a time of 2:13.93. CCSU had top three finishers in both events won by Friedmann. Senior Kandra Kane took second in the 500 free (5:10.14), while freshman Lauren O'Kelly was third in the 1,000 (10:47.17).
Kane recorded another silver medalist performance in the 200 free, as she finished in 1:56.78. Freshman Katie Lang was the only Blue Devil other than Friedmann to win an event on Saturday. She took first in the 200 IM, touching in at 2:17.90. Sophomore Kristen Malski was second in the event with a time of 2:18.85. Lang also placed second in the 100 fly (1:02.11).
Senior Kristen Rossi led the Central diving unit with a second and a third place finish. She was second in the one-meter event (217.50 points) and third in the three-meter (173.47 points). Sophomore Madison Vestergaard added a third place finish in the one-meter dive (199.80 points).
CCSU falls to 2-3 in dual meet action this season. The Blue Devils will continue dual meet competition next Saturday, November 14, at Boston University.