CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Nova Southeastern swim teams closed out competition at the Kellianne Nagy Fall Frenzy on a strong note. At the conclusion of the meet, the women’s team finished in second with 1209.5 points, and the men’s team finished in third with 1000.5 points.
- Emily Trieschmann was victorious in the 1650 Freestyle with a time of 16:24.97. With that time, Trieschmann set a new NSU Women’s Swim, Sunshine State Conference, and Fall Frenzy record. Behind Trieschmann, Estelle Bauer placed fourth with a time of 16:53.32.
- Rafaela Raurich placed third in the 200 Butterfly with a time of 2:00.81. Behind Raurich in fourth was May Lowy, who finished with a time of 2:01.51.
- The group of Emilia Ronningdal, Bauer, Raurich, and Trieschmann finished fourth in the 400 Freestyle Relay with a time of 3:24.53.
- Luca Alessandrini took first in the 1650 Freestyle with a time of 15:33.07 while Keith Peristeridis finished fourth with a time of 15:56.66.
- With a time of 1:48.22, Gustav Henriksen placed fourth in the 200 Backstroke.
- After finishing with a time of 43.72, Marcel Snitko finished third in the 100 Freestyle.
- Inigo Marina took first in the 200 Breaststroke with a Fall Frenzy record time of 1:55.23.
- The group consisting of Snitko, Henriksen, Umberto Marsic, and Mateus Ribeiro placed second in the 400 Freestyle Relay with a time of 2:57.42.
The Sharks will be back in the pool on December 15 as they host Tampa in a dual meet at the NSU Aquatic Center.
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