Miami University v. Bowling Green

OXFORD, Ohio. November 8. ALLISON Stevens won three events and Kelsey Anagnos swept both diving events as Miami's swimming and diving squad topped Bowling Green, 182-116, at the Nixon Aquatic Center. The victory improved Miami's dual meet record in Mid-American Conference competition to a perfect 4-0. The RedHawks are 6-1 overall.

The action began positively with Miami's 400-yard medley relay team of junior Kasey Carpenter, freshman Kelsey Vehr, sophomore Nicole Roddenbery and Stevens clocking a first-place time of 3:56.66.

In event three, senior Alyson Schmidt took first in the 200 freestyle with a personal record of 1:54.60, with Carpenter right behind at 1:56.28.

In the 100 backstroke, sophomore Megan Brunn won top honors in a time of 1:05.41.

Miami went 1-2 in event seven, the 50 free, with Stevens finishing first at :24.03 and sophomore Carly Gibson placing second with a PR of :24.62.

In the 100 freestyle, senior Malarie Schmidt sprinted to victory with a PR of :52.65. Teammates Jordan Koletic also had a PR of :53.70, while Jennifer Nemeth placed third at :54.04. That 1-2-3 finish vaulted Miami to a 93-57 lead halfway through the meet.

The RedHawks' Anagnos, Melissa Roemmele and Rachel Smith placed 1-2-3, respectively, in the one-meter diving event. The trio duplicated its 1-2-3 finish in the three-meter diving competition.

Event nine, the 100 free, saw another 1-2-3 finish for Miami. Malarie Schmidt took first (:52.65), followed by Koletic (:53.70) and Nemeth (:54.04).

In the 200-yard breaststroke, senior Paige Iversen posted a time of 2:24.74. It was her first victory of the season.

Vehr and sophomore Allison Way placed first and second in the 500 freestyle, charting respective times of 5:10.25 and 5:11.49.

Stevens won her third event of the day in the 100 butterfly, clocking a time of :57.52. Gibson and Alyson Schmidt finished in second and third place.

Other personal bests were posted on Saturday by Lauren Wallace in the 1000 free (10:43.56), Chelsey Bruington in the 100 backstroke (:59.78), Malarie Schmidt in the 100 breaststroke (1:07.44), and Way in the 1000 free (10:47.94).

Special thanks to Miami University for contributing this report.

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