Women's Swimming Results From Blue Grass Mountain Conference Meet

 
Kalei Walker won the 200 free and helped the 400 medley relay qualify for the NCAA championship
 
Kalei Walker won the 200 free and helped the 400 medley relay qualify for the NCAA championship

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Feb. 21, 2005

Results

WOOSTER, OH - The Johns Hopkins women's swimming team spent this past weekend competing at the Blue Grass Mountain Conference meet, where several Blue Jays qualified for the NCAA championship next month. Hopkins finished second at the meet behind Wingate University.

The Blue Jays met NCAA "A" cut times in the 200 and 400 medley relays, which means Kalei Walker, Erica Pakkala, Jessica Chang, Kelly Robinson and Abiona Redwood are automatically qualified for the NCAA championship.

Foster set a meet record and made the "A" cut in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:22.97, while Robinson's 2:07.80 finish in the 200 butterfly was also an "A" cut time.

Diana Smirnova also qualified for the NCAAs during the Blue Grass meet, and Katie Herbst won the 500 free, finished second in the 200 back and placed third in the 200 free.

The NCAA Division III Championship is scheduled for March 10-12 at Holland Community Aquatic Center in Holland, Michigan.

 

 

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