Grinnell College Athletics issued the following announcement on Dec. 7.
With Sophie Wojdylo '22 and Nikki Schlegel '22 leading the way, the Grinnell College women's swimming and diving team closed out the Pioneer Classic on a strong note Saturday.
Wojdylo completed the diving sweep, claiming top honors on the 1-meter board a day after winning at 3 meters at Russell K. Osgood Pool. She recorded a score of 376.95 Saturday to beat the runner-up by just over a point in the 13-diver field.
Schlegel showed up big in several events, claiming runner-up honors in the 400-yard individual medley, 100 backstroke and 200 backstroke with times of 4:55.45, 1:01.70 and 2:14.92, respectively.
The Pioneers were third in the tough 12-team field with 896.5 points. Carleton College was the champ.
Also placing second for Grinnell was Marguerite Devine-Mraz '21 in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:22.40, while third place went to McKynley Larson '21 in the 1650 freestyle in 18:55.24. Placing fourth were Andi Fox '23 in the 100 butterfly (1:02.16), Celeste Kaspar '21 in 1-meter diving (357.25) and Kendra Howard '23 in the 100 individual medley (1:05.67).
Fox was sixth in the 200 butterfly in 2:26.67, while seventh place went to Devine-Mraz in the 100 butterfly (1:03.06), Tori Kinnamon '23 in the 1650 freestyle (19:34.15) and Sarah Weltz '21 in the 200 breaststroke (2:38.76). Howard and Larson were eighth in the 400 individual medley and 100 backstroke in 5:04.44 and 1:03.36.
Grinnell's highest relay finish Saturday was the 800 freestyle, as Howard, Devine-Mraz, Larson and Schlegel placed third in 8:23.89. The 200 medley relay team of Schlegel, Weltz, Devine-Mraz and Enya Gamble '22 placed sixth in 1:56.52, while the top 400 freestyle relay unit swam well but was disqualified.
Grinnell is off until Jan. 6 when it faces Connecticut College in Naples, Fla.
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