VESTAL, N.Y. – The St. Bonaventure University women's swimming and diving team grabbed eight wins but came up just short, 159-141, against Binghamton Saturday afternoon on the road.
Sophomore Katrina Wardner grabbed the first victory for the Bonnies in the 200-freestyle. She clocked in at 1:57.40, a full second ahead of second place. Freshman Claire Schaef also scored for the Brown and White in the 200-free, posting a time of 2:00.73.
Rachel Kimmel captured the win in the 100-breaststroke with a time of 1:04.80, two seconds ahead of second place. She followed that up by winning the 200-breaststroke as well for her second victory of the day in 2:23.58.
In the 1-meter dive, Anna Campos captured first place with a total score of 269.84. On the 3-meter board, the Bonnies swept first, second and third away from the Bearcats. Elena Rohr took first with 259.73 points, Brittany Hart finished second with 258.38 points and Campos grabbed third with 256.87 points.
Zanre Oberholzer also won for the Bonnies in the 200-backstroke with a winning time of 2:09.08.
The Bonnies are back in action Saturday, Feb. 2 at the Reilly Center Pool against Niagara. Prior to Saturday's meet the Bonnies will honor their five seniors, Katherine Craig, Frances Erney, Adele Ferris, Brittany Hart and Rachel Taylor.
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