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Northeastern Sends Off Seniors With Aggressive Digital Meet


Courtesy: Northeastern Athletics


BOSTON – Seniors Klara JuliussonEmma Metzger and Matilda Weiler picked up wins, and Jadyn Koss posted season-best scores on the 1- and 3-meter springboards to steer Northeastern in a Senior Day Digital Intrasquad Meet on Saturday inside Barletta Natatorium. The Huskies acknowledged Cloe Bedard-Khalid (captain), Sabrina ChanAlicia Iizuka, Juliusson (captain), Megan KelleyKristina Kirchoff (captain), Bailey Klafehn, Koss, Metzger, Weiler and Joanna Wojciechowska earlier than the meet.

Juliusson received the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:07.94, Metzger clocked a season-best time of 10:57.72 to complete first within the 1000 freestyle, and Weiler received the 200 IM with a time of two:16.97. Koss tallied season-best scores of 215.85 (1-meter) and 212.71 (3-meter), whereas Kirchoff swam the second leg of the successful 200 medley relay workforce (1:52.44) and Kelley led off the successful 200 free relay workforce (1:42.09).

Tallying runner-up finishes for the seniors had been Klafehn within the 50 free (25.03) and Wojciechowska within the 500 free (5:19.80). Bedard-Khalid touched the wall in third place within the 100 backstroke (1:04.20) and Iizuka ended the 100 breaststroke (1:11.86) in third place.

Different Huskies with a first-place end immediately had been Katherine Hong within the 100 backstroke (58.95), Grace Miller within the 200 free (1:55.90) and 500 free (5:09.89), Lena Wang within the 200 breast (2:33.39), and Alyssa Reilly within the 200 butterfly (2:14.94). Elly Morrison received the 1-meter and 3-meter springboards this afternoon, tallying a season-best rating of 266.93 on the 3-meter board, and Jamie Koo made her season debut for the Huskies, successful the 50 free (24.32) and 100 free (55.08) with the second-fastest instances of the season.