The Central Connecticut swimming & diving team bested Wagner 184.5 to 113.5 in dual-meet action on Saturday. The Blue Devils came away with wins in 13 of the 16 events. Wagner hosted the dual-meet which took place in Staten Island, NY.
Winning the 1,000 yard freestyle was sophomore Kasey Chilton who touched the wall at 10:37.87. Neuhaus claimed the 50 yard freestyle (25.13) and the 100 yard backstroke (1:00.12). Lang earned the first place seat in the 200 yard butterfly (2:10.86) and the 100 yard butterfly (1:00.42). Junior Allison Rasile won the 200 yard backstroke in a time of 2:08.66. Gulia took the 200 yard breaststroke touching the wall at 2:25.72. Junior Taylor Friedmann dominated the 500 yard freestyle capping the victory with a time of 5:11.60. Czaplicki also claimed a win in the 200 yard IM (2:10.87).
Doing the work on the boards for the Blue Devils was senior Madison Vestergaard who won the 1m diving event with a mark of 239.92. Her second victory of the day came in the 3m diving event as she dominated with a score of 230.62.
Central returns to action on February 22nd through the 25th competing in the Northeast Conference Championships at MIT in Boston, MA.