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Silver Medals For Kimmel, 400-Medley Relay Highlight Day 3 For Bona Women at A-10 Championships

Silver Medals For Kimmel, 400-Medley Relay Highlight Day 3 For Bona Women at A-10 Championships

GENEVA, Ohio – Rachel Kimmel set a new program record in the 100-breaststroke and won the silver medal while the Bonnies' 400-medley relay team also won silver to lead the St. Bonaventure University women's swimming and diving team Friday at the 2020 Atlantic 10 Swimming and Diving Championships.

The Bonnies moved up to sixth place in the team standings with 202.5 points following Friday's performances. George Washington remains in first with 424 points and Duquesne is in second with 390 points while Fordham rounds out the top three with 374 points. Richmond sits in fourth with 318.5 total points and Davidson is fifth with 303.

Kimmel broke her own record that she set at last year's A-10 Championships in the 100-breaststroke. The sophomore turned in a time of 1:01.24, winning the silver medal. Kimmel has now won three medals in her young career.

Also scoring for the Bonnies in the 100-breaststroke was Hayley Tasselmyer who turned in a time of 1:03.02, finishing in fifth place.

The Bonnies earned their second medal of the evening in the 400-medley relay. The team of Zanre Oberholzer, Mia Cote, Katrina Wardner and Kimmel rang in at 3:41.98 to take the bronze medal.

In the 100-butterfly, Mia Cote grabbed fourth place, swimming a time of 54.79.

Oberholzer earned a top-six finish in the 100-backstroke. She finished in a tie for sixth with a time of 55.55.

In the 3-meter diving final, Elena Rohr posted a final score of 257.15 to finish in fifth place.

Wardner qualified for the consolation final in the 400-IM, finishing in 16th place at 4:28.91.

The Bonnies resume action for the fourth and final day of competition Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m.

1. George Washington 424
2. Duquesne 390
3. Fordham 374
4. Richmond 318.5
5. Davidson 303
6. St. Bonaventure 202.5
7. UMass 175
8. George Mason 163
9. La Salle 135
10. Saint Louis 99
11. Rhode Island 62

16. Katrina Wardner – 4:28.91 (Consolation Final)

4. Mia Cote – 54.79

2. Rachel Kimmel – 1:01.24 – St. Bonaventure Program Record (NCAA "B" cut)
5. Hayley Tasselmyer – 1:03.02

T-6. Zanre Oberholzer – 55.55

3-Meter Diving
5. Elena Rohr – 257.15

400-Medley Relay
3. Zanre Oberholzer, Rachel Kimmel, Mia Cote, Katrina Wardner – 3:41.98