Lynn University’s women’s swimming team had little problem besting Rollins College but fell to second-ranked Nova Southeastern in its double-dual meet on Saturday afternoon.
Lynn University’s swimming team took first or second place in 11 individual events, including seven victories, to top both Saint Leo and the Florida Institute of Technology on Friday afternoon.
Lynn University’s women’s swimming squad wrapped up its second day of the season in the pool on Saturday, claiming third place at Nova Southeastern’s Ninth Annual Shark Invitational. Sarah Hughes took first place in the 400-yard IM.
Through the first of two days in the pool at the Ninth Annual Nova Southeastern Shark Invitational, Lynn University's swimming program sits in third place out of five teams with 295.5 points. Freshman Karolina Smylek brought home first place in the 200-yard backstroke.
Lynn University's swimming program will boast its deepest and largest squad in program history, while returning two All-Americans.
Lynn University swimmer Catalina Berraud-Galea posted a personal-best 5k open water time to place sixth at the Third Annual College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) National Collegiate Open Water Championship.