GENEVA, Ohio – Anna Campos' fifth-place finish in the 1-meter dive paced the St. Bonaventure University women's swimming and diving team on Thursday at the 2019 Atlantic 10 Swimming and Diving Championships.
The Bonnies currently sit in eighth-place in the team standings with 95 points, just one point behind Davidson in seventh and three points behind George Mason in sixth. Duquesne leads the pack after day two with 229 points. George Washington is in second place and Richmond rounds out the top three.
Campos tallied a total score of 259.45, seizing fifth by two points over George Mason's Marina Toone. Senior Brittany Hart won the consolation final, registering a mark of 255.90. Elena Rohr also qualified for the consolation final, finishing in 13th place with a total score of 229.05.
Freshmen Rachel Kimmel and Ivana Janssen qualified for the consolation final in the 200-IM and the 50-freestyle, respectively. Kimmel turned in a time of 2:05.07 to finish in 14th place. Janssen also finished in 14th place in the 50-freestyle, clocking in at 23.76.
Action at the 2019 Atlantic 10 Championships resumes Friday morning at 10:00 a.m. with preliminary races.
14. Rachel Kimmel 2:05.07 (consolation final)
14. Ivana Janssen 23.76 (consolation final)
1. Duquesne 229
2. George Washington 206
3. Richmond 198
4. Fordham 193.5
5. UMass 143
6. George Mason 98
7. Davidson 96
8. St. Bonaventure 95
9. La Salle 92.5
10. Saint Louis 63
11. Rhode Island 34
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