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Trinity Women's Swimming And Diving Clips Clark

Trinity Women's Swimming And Diving Clips Clark

Worcester, Mass. - Sophomore diver Lia Urban-Spillane (Rochester, N.Y.) won the one- and three-meter diving events to lead the visiting Trinity College Bantams to a 197-93 victory over the Clark University Cougars in women's swimming and diving action this afternoon.  Trinity improves to 3-2 with its third win in a row, while Clark falls to 1-6 with its third consecutive setback.  Trinity hosts Connecticut College in its only home meet of the year on Martin Luther King Day at 1 p.m.

Urban-Spillane opened the meet with a winning score of 249.25 off the one-meter board, and followed with a first-place score of 247.50 off the three-meter board.  Freshman Grace Chouinard (Natick, Mass.) and sophomore Jazmin Johnson (Kennewick, Wash.) gave Trinity a sweep of the top three off both boards, as Chouinard was second and Johnson was third in each event.  Seven other Bantams won individual events, including first-year Olivia Fournier (Southington, Conn.) who won the 200-yard freestyle at 2:01.63 and was part of two first-place relays in the 200-yard medley relay and the 200-yard freestyle relay, respectively.

Trinity junior Audrey Ettinger (New Canaan, Conn.) and rookies Serena Ly (West Newton, Mass.), Aurelia Umholtz (Flagstaff, Ariz.), and Ruby Schiller (Cambridge, Mass.) each won an individual race and relay, while first-years Emily Capprini (Norton, Mass.) and Zory Matlasheski (Anoka, Minn.) rounded out the first-place individuals for the Bantams, and sophomore Grace Gorman (Sudbury, Mass.) swam  a leg of both winning relays.  Ettinger won the 100-yard IM, Ly won the 50-yard breaststroke, Umholtz won the 500-yard freestyle, and Schiller won the 100-yard butterfly.  Ettinger and Ly joined Gorman and Fournier to capture the 200-yard medley relay early in the meet.  Schiller and Umholtz teamed with Fournier and Gorman to form the winning 200-yard free relay quartet.  Capprini won the 100-yard backstroke and Matlashweski took first in the 1,000-yard freestyle.