Feb. 4, 2007
PROVIDENCE, RI - The Brown women's swimming & diving team suffered a 190-110 loss to Columbia on Saturday afternoon. Brown didn't win an individual event until the very end of the meet when senior Amy Latinen (Fenton, MI) won the 3-meter dive and Brown's 400 free relay team closed the meet out with another win.
In the first event of the day, Brown's 200 medley relay team of senior Emily Brush (Duxbury, MA), junior Aly Wyatt (Ypsilanti, MI), junior Lauren Zatorski (Winnetka, IL), and senior Kathleyn Brandstetter (Riverside, CT) came in second with a time of 1:49.37.
Junior Dillon Delaney (West Barnstable, MA) led Brown in the 1000 free, clocking in at 10:36.95, good for third, while senior Becky Kowalsky (Ft. Myers, FL) came in second in the 200 free with a time of 1:54.88. Brush led the Bears in the 100 back, coming in second with a time of 59.02, while Wyatt led Brown in the 100 breast with a time of 1:07.26, good for second. Freshman Baily Langner (Martinez, CA) finished in third with a time of 1:07.57.
Senior Meredith Cocco (Lafayette Hill, PA) led Brown in the 200 fly, clocking in at 2:10.25, good for fourth, while sophomore Sarah Goodman (Philadelphia, PA) placed third in the 50 free with a time of 25.39.
Kowalsky earned second place for the second time, clocking in at 54.23 in the 100 free, while Brandstetter finished in third with a time of 54.47. Brush then grabbed second in the 200 back, earning a time of 2:07.42, while Langner grabbed second in the 200 breast with a time of 2:24.46. Wyatt finished in third with a time of 2:27.99. Sophomore Ainsley McFadgen (Glace Bay, NS) led the Bears in the 500 free with a second place finish (5:09.16), while Cocco grabbed second in the 100 fly with a time of 59.90.
Latinen then picked up Brown's first win, scoring a 259.05 on the 3-meter dive, while Olko grabbed third with a score of 254.70.
Wyatt took third in the second-to-last event of the day, the 200 IM, with a time of 2:09.79. Brown's 400 free relay team of Kowalsky, Brandstetter, Cocco, and Brush won the last event with a time of 3:35.87.
The Bears return to action February 15-17 when they travel to Princeton to take part in the 2007 Ivy League Championships.