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SMU women’s swimming competes in NCAA championship

Three SMU swimmers traveled to Austin for the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships over spring break.

The participants included Therese Svendsen, Nina Rangelova, and Genny Konicke.

Svendsen was named an All-American in the 100-yard backstroke after she placed ninth.

She set a school record with a time of 52.35 in the event, and those nine points gave her a 36th place finish.

Svendsen also contributed a 19th place finish in the 200-yard back stroke in 1:55.01

Freshman Rangelova who competed in free style events, had a 27th place finish in 1:46.43 in the 100 yard.

Next up for her was the 100-yard where she acheived a personal best time of 50.01 and came in 53rd.

Finally Rangelova brought in a 54th place finish in the 500-yard in 4:48.59.

Konicke, who participated in just the 100-yard butterfly, clocked in a time of 54.03.

This was the Mustangs’ second-to-last tournament of the season, next they travel to Ohio State Univeristy April 15 through 17 to compete in the Columbus Grand Prix.

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