HAMILTON, N.Y. – The St. Bonaventure University women's swimming and diving used wins in seven out of eight events to jump out to an early lead at the Just Jennings Memorial Invitational hosted by Colgate Friday evening.
The Bonnies finished the first day of competition holding commanding leads over host Colgate (132-33) and Le Moyne (118-46).
Winning multiple events for the Brown and White were junior Katrina Wardner and sophomore Rachel Kimmel. Wardner was the winner of the 200-freestyle, clocking in at 1:56.38, as well as the 200-butterfly, finishing in 2:09.49. Kimmel used a time of 4:36.23 to win the 400-IM and followed that up by winning the 100-breaststroke, touching the wall in 1:04.31.
Schaef claimed first place in the 1650-freestyle to open the meet with a time of 18:03.19. Rohr was victorious in the 1-meter dive, finishing with a final score of 222.95, while Janssen used a time of 25.00 in the 50-freestyle to earn victory.
The 400-medley relay team consisting of Kimmel, Wardner, Janssen and Zanre Oberholzer grabbed triumphed as well, ringing in at 3:57.84.
Action at the Justin Jennings Memorial Invite concludes Saturday morning with events slated to begin at 10:00 a.m.
1. Zanre Oberholzer, Rachel Kimmel, Katrina Wardner, Ivana Janssen 3:57.84
3. Allison Lenda, Hayley Tasselmyer, Claire Schaef, Marissa Carrig 4:09.62
6. Erin Carmody, Beth Thomas, Emerson Graham, Tayler Gnan 4:19.24
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