Sophomore Nancy Haystrand sets a new Lafayette record in 200 fly.
Nov. 12, 2000
The Lafayette women's swimming and diving team rolled past Drexel with a convincing 141-98 win at the John A. Daskalakis Athletic Center pool on Saturday. Sophomore swimmer Nancy Haystrand (Hillsdale, N.J./Pascack Valley) broke her previous school record of 2:10.64 in the 200-meter butterfly with a new mark of 2:10.42.
Sophomore Brenda Thayer (Wilmington, Del./Archmere Academy) won the 1000-meter free, posting a 10:50.35, and the 500-meter free with a mark of 5:20.52 for Lafayette. Freshman Liz Tutschek (Mountain Lakes, N.J./Mountain Lakes) won the 50-meter free with 25.47, outswimming teammate Leah Gruenke (Wescosville, Pa./Emmaus) by .18 of a second. The 400-meter medley team of Scudder, Loray, Saia and Gruenke also took first place with a time of 4:04.62 for Lafayette.
Drexel's Brigid Mitchell took the one- and three- meter diving events for the Dragons lost their fourth meet of the season.
Lafayette heads to Towson on Wednesday for a non-conference meet.
Final Score: Lafayette - 141
400 Medley Relay
400 Free Relay
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