Emily Hyde Shines in 200 IM on Night One of NESCACs

Emily Hyde Shines in 200 IM on Night One of NESCACs

By Cathleen Pruden, Swimming World College Intern

The 200 IM was incredibly quick, and possibly the most impressive event of the first night of NESCACs. The 2014 NCAA Champion, Emily Hyde, set a new meet record with her final time of 2:00.60. That time is over two seconds faster than her 2015 NCAA Championship performance, and would have won her the title last year. Emma Waddell finished second in a 2:01.53, also just under last year’s National Title winning time. Sam Pierce (2:03.47) touched third for Conn.

Williams improved their top seed from the morning, claiming the 200 freestyle relay in a time of 1:34.94. Maia Hare, Lauren Jones, Faye Sultan, and Breanna Nguyen posted the pool record. Conn’s team of Olivia Haskell, Shannon Cry, Juliette, and Pierce combined for second (1:35.63). Destin Groff, Zoe Pappas, Katie Smith, and Sarah Conklin earned third for Amherst (1:35.70).

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