Sharks Close Out Fall Frenzy on Strong Note

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.

Day three results

 How it Happened

  • 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.

  How it Happened

  • 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.

 What's Next 
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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