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LWC Swimming earns NAIA All-American Honors after day one

By Kyle Jackson

Columbus, GA - The 2022 NAIA Men and Women's Swimming & Diving Championships got underway Wednesday night with a lone event, the 800 free relay, at the Columbus Aquatic Center.

The men's side, consisting of members James de Goede, Malte Ahrens, Tyler King, and Fabio Martin put together a time of six minutes and fifty-one point ninety-six seconds earning eighth place and the final NAIA All-American honors in the group.

The women's side also placed eighth in the event as Jaye Farthing, Julia Secanell, Carlene Taylor, and Maaike Broersma all earned NAIA All American honors after putting together a time of 7:53.85.

The men's side currently sits in sixth place in the championship with 26 total points while the women are eighth with 22 total points after the first day of competition.

The NAIA Men and Women's Swimming & Diving Championships continue tomorrow from the Columbus Aquatic Center in Columbus, Georgia.

This story was posted on 2022-03-03 06:14:16
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