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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Bryn Hadley, Kansas Both Win Collegiate Titles

Courtesy of College Swimming Coaches Association of America, Lone Star Lake, Kansas.

While swimmers from the University of Kansas did not win an individual collegiate title like Haley Bishop and teammate Libby Walker did last year in the inaugural 5 km College Swimming Coaches Association of America National Collegiate Open Water Championships in Lone Star Lake, the Jayhawks as a team did win the national title this year in the second annual championship.

Bryn Hadley, a senior and distance freestyle specialist from the Southern Illinois University took top honors followed by Catalina Berraud-Galea (1:04:47.39) and Hanna Huston (1:04:52.89). Kansas won the team title as its swimmers all placed in the Top 10: Lauryn Parrish (4th), Jenny Nusbaum (5th) and Haley Bishop (9th).

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Final Results:
1 Bryn Hadley, Southern Illinois University 1:04:39.22
2 Catalina Berraud-Galea, Lynn University 1:04:47.39
3 Hanna Huston, Rice University 1:04:52.89
4 Lauryn Parrish, University of Kansash 1:05:02.27
5 Jenny Nusbaum, University of Kansas 1:05:26.60
6 Sarah Nowaski, Rice University 1:05:26.93
7 Kira Zubar, University of Missouri 1:05:31.60
8 Sharli Brady, University of Missouri 1:05:31.85
9 Haley Bishop, University of Kansas 1:05:33.51
10 Azra Avdic, University of Missouri 1:05:41.65
11 Courtney Evensen, University of Missouri 1:05:50.79
12 Gemma Atherley, George Washington University 1:06:30.21
13 Lindsay Mathys, Rice University 1:06:34.98
14 Alicia Caldwell, Rice University 1:06:42.71
15 Sarah Frantz, University of North Florida 1:07:30.73
16 Kelsie Walker, Southern Illinois University 1:08:18.08
17 Regina Zipperer, Carson-Newman University 1:08:29.77
18 Lindsey Turner, University of St Louis 1:08:35.34
19 Jordan Ries, Southern Illinois University 1:08:36.27
20 Lily Iler, University of St Louis 1:08:36.70
21 Catherine Allen, UNC Asheville 1:08:37.55
22 Alexandra Clark, University of Sioux Falls 1:08:38.42
23 Nicola Pasquire, Northern Michigan University 1:08:39.40
24 Annie Lane, Richmond University 1:08:40.09
25 Andrea Ho, George Washington University 1:08:40.44
26 Mina Glensek, University of St Louis 1:08:41.85
27 Sierra Kinworthy, University of Alaska-Fairbanks 1:08:44.29
28 Cassidy Heaton, University of Alaska-Fairbanks 1:08:45.85
29 Lucy Castro, George Washington University 1:09:39.56
30 Nina Grone, University of Sioux Falls 1:09:56.05
31 Nicole Fuller, Southern Illinois University 1:10:20.80
32 Maike Dorr, University of Sioux Falls 1:10:21.16
33 Olivia Wanasek, University of St Louis 1:10:25.11
34 Stephanie Smith, UNC Asheville 1:10:29.26
35 Allison Schillinger, University of North Florida 1:10:38.51
36 Emma Smith, University of Connecticut 1:11:17.88
37 Adee Weller, UNC Asheville 1:11:20.92
38 Nicole Piercy, Richmond University 1:11:25.46
39 Virginia Marsh, Richmond University 1:11:28.19
40 Rebecca Arekelian, Northern Michigan University 1:11:36.12
41 Emily Zhang, George Washington University 1:13:07.00
42 Lexie Gilbert, Richmond University 1:13:50.48
43 Hannah Crump, Northern Michigan University 1:13:54.57
44 Addie Brown, University of St Louis 1:14:03.72
45 Elaine Mahon, University of St Louis 1:14:06.27
46 Katarina Ferrero, Albion University 1:14:20.37
47 Megan Harvey, University of Albion 1:15:09.76
48 Juana Mafla, Emmanuel College 1:16:05.43
49 Taylor Susa, Northern Michigan University 1:16:18.83
50 Sara Duarte, Emmanuel College 1:16:22.55
51 Allison Snyder, UNC Asheville 1:17:23.46
52 Morgan Harkness, Emmanuel College 1:18:03.93
53 Camila Manrique, Albion University 1:23:04.04

Team Scores
1. Kansas 18
2. Rice 22
3. Missouri 25
4. Southern Illinois 36
5. St. Louis 64
6. George Washington 66
7. Sioux Falls 84
8. UNC Ashville 94
9. Northern Michigan 106
10. Richmond 119
11. Albion 146
12. Emmanuel 150

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