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Ravens Take Victory against Tigers

Ravens Take Victory against Tigers

The Anderson University women's swimming and diving team took a 122-72 victory against Wittenberg University on Saturday in Springfield, Ohio.
 
Anderson moved to 3-2 while Wittenberg dropped to 0-7.
 
"This is the second meet of the semester for our women and they locked up their second consecutive win," Coach Tanner Barton said. "Once again it was a true team effort."
 
Aubrey Davis captured first place in the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2 minutes, 27.81 seconds.
 
"It was great to have Aubrey Davis racing.  This meet marks the first time she's been cleared to compete since Nov. 8.  I look forward to seeing how she'll build off of this meet as we turn our attention toward the end of the season."
 
Anderson put together a 400 medley relay of Tess Maubach, Jessica Pulaski, Tori Haessig and Lily Hunter, which claimed first (4:27.32). The Ravens also fielded a 200 freestyle relay of Tess Maubach, Davis, Brooke Denouden and Hunter, which secured first (1:48.24).
 
Pulaski finished first (2:32.23) in the 200 individual medley. The sophomore from Centerville, Ohio clocked a personal record in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:46.09.
 
In the 1,000 freestyle, Claire Leibold locked up first (11:51.98) while Kaitlyn Hopp placed second (11:57.47).
 
Denouden earned first (2:10.53) in the 200 freestyle. Heather Krapfl turned in a time of 2:47.13 in the 200 freestyle.
 
Hunter raced to first in the 100 freestyle with a time of 59.20 seconds.

Halle Strege took first in the 1-meter diving with an 11-dive score of 206.70 points.
 
Anderson hosts Bethel University (Ind.) (2-8) and Indiana Wesleyan University (2-2) for Senior Day on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Bennett Natatorium. Indiana Wesleyan is ranked No. 5 in the latest National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) poll.
 
"Next Saturday is our Senior Day.  Please come out to support two of our fantastic leaders, Emma Maubach and Heather Krapfl, as they compete one last time on AU's campus."