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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Audrey Guyett Blooms, Wins Collegiate Championships

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

After finishing third in the team race in last year's 5 km College Swimming Coaches Association of America National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championships, Missouri University was led by individual winner Audrey Guyett to win the team title in Lawrence, Kansas.

Missouri teammate Ana Pozder finished second with Missouri teammates Azra Avdic in 4th and Courtney Evensen in 7th in the 2-loop race in Lone Star Lake.

Women's 5 km Individual Race Results:
1. Audrey Guyett, Missouri University 1:03:06.31
2. Ana Pozder, Missouri University 1:03:07.28
3. Sarah Nowaski, Rice University 1:03:08.00
4. Azra Avdic, Missouri University 1:03:10.20
5. Claire Therien, Rice University 1:03:11.88
6. Catalina Berraud-Galea, Lynn University 1:03:16.64
7. Courtney Evensen, Missouri University 1:03:17.82
8. Jenny Nusbaum, Kansas 1:03:23.85
9. Lindsay Mathys, Rice University 1:03:24.45
10. Fran Bertotto, Rutgers University 1:03:27.23
11. Hanna Huston, Rice University 1:03:34.06
12. Haley Bishop, Kansas 1:03:41.65
13. Shannon Jelley, Rice University 1:04:13.75
14. Molly Gowans, Molly Missouri 1:04:25.28
15. Talli Lemcoff, George Washington Univers 1:04:54.85
16. Nico Rettberg, Nico Tcu 1:05:08.33
17. Luisa Roderweis, Fresno Pacific University 1:05:11.92
18. Gabriella Spajic, Northern Michigan 1:05:13.67
19. Emma McElrath, Johns Hopkins University 1:05:14.68
20. Claire Campbell, Kansas 1:05:16.78
21. Elaine Lipkin, Johns Hopkins University 1:05:28.47
22. Taylor Pike, Texas A&M 1:05:28.99
23. Gemma Atherley, George Washington University 1:05:32.09
24. Leticia Rodrigues, Missouri State University 1:05:33.13
25. Megan Morris, TCU 1:06:12.25
26. Joy Field, Texas A&M 1:06:29.95
27. Liberty Howell, Missouri State University 1:06:30.96
28. Ally Schillinger, North Florida 1:06:31.84
29. Loretta Stelnicki, Missouri State University 1:06:37.81
30. Andrea Moussier, George Washington Univers 1:06:38.33
31. Skylar Rogan, UNC Asheville 1:06:39.04
32. Erin McCarthy, George Washington University 1:06:40.39
33. Lily Black, Rutgers University 1:06:41.12
34. Emily Visagie, TCU 1:06:41.70
35. Lauryn Parrish, Kansas 1:06:42.12
36. Lauren Devorace, Duquesne University 1:06:50.99
37. Adee Weller, UNC Asheville 1:07:03.31
38. Vera Koprivova, Rutgers University 1:07:13.78
39. Sarah Trago, North Florida 1:07:25.40
40. Catherine Allen, UNC Asheville 1:07:26.90
41. Anna Newman, Pomona Pitzer 1:07:29.85
42. Morgan Coddington, Fresno Pacific University 1:07:47.31
43. Gabrielle Kopenski, Texas A&M 1:07:50.28
44. Katie Callahan, Kansas 1:08:07.33
45. Crissie Blomquist, Kansas 1:09:02.64
46. Ryan Showfety, North Florida 1:09:32.59
47. Alex Inaba, Rutgers University 1:09:39.25
48. Regina Zipperer, Carson-Newman University 1:09:43.79
49. Sydney Karam, Duquesne University 1:09:58.36
50. Karling Hemstreet, Texas A&M 1:10:01.80
51. Katharina Springhetti, Northern Michigan 1:10:07.34
52. Carson Gross, Duquesne University 1:10:19.70
53. Amanda Key, TCU 1:10:29.26
54. Erica Silverman, Colgate University 1:11:10.55
55. Sarah Anderson, Fresno Pacific University 1:11:38.21
56. Kathleen Dougherty, Rutgers University 1:11:52.27
57. Sydney VandenBerg, UNC Asheville 1:12:23.74
58. Summer Svitavsky, Duquesne University 1:12:36.90
59. Madiline Snow, Providence College 1:12:51.11
60. Makenzie Blaakman, North Florida 1:12:53.74
61. Kalina Emaus, Northern State University 1:13:05.94
62. Beth Caruana, Colgate University 1:13:14.43
63. Heather Svitavsky, Duquesne University 1:13:57.14
64. Cassandra Clark, Northern Michigan 1:14:00.48
65. Katarina Ferraro, Albion College 1:15:20.29
66. Paula Chenquer, Carson-Newman University 1:15:22.56
67. Megan Harvy, Albion College 1:16:05.84
68. Madi Sullivan, Colgate University 1:16:05.84
69. Sara Foucault, Northern Michigan 1:16:05.84

Women's 5 km Team Top 5 Results:
1. Missouri University - 7 points
2. Rice University – 17 points
3. Kansas University – 40 points
4. George Washington University – 68 points
5. TCU – 74 points

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