March 20, 2008
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Sophomore Hannah Krimm finished 15th on the one-meter springboard to lead Georgia Tech on the first day of competition at the NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships held Thursday the at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on the campus of Ohio State University. Krimm registered 273.05 points in prelims and then 267.15 in finals.
“Today was a good opportunity to get our feet wet,” head coach Stu Wilson said. “It was a great experience just to be out there against some of the top swimmers and divers in the nation and I think we are looking good for the rest of the meet with our best events still to come.”
Senior Stephanie England also competed in the one-meter event and registered 244.20 points in prelims. Senior Elizabeth Stowe clocked a 4:57.21 time in prelims of the 500-free, while sophomore Agatha Kwasnik finished the 50-free in 22.97.
Fans can follow the NCAA Championships throughout the meet with live scoring on www.ramblinwreck.com. Full recaps will be posted at the conclusion of each day.