DePauw in Third after Second Day of NCAC Championships

DePauw in Third after Second Day of NCAC Championships

Granville, Ohio - With two relays earning all-conference honors, DePauw has totaled 355.5 points and is tied with Wooster for third place after two days of the North Coast Athletic Conference Championships. Denison leads with 695 and Kenyon is second with 660.

The Tigers' 200-yard freestyle relay of Allison Lund, Ali Tallen, Olivia Neff and Mary Woods finished third in 1:35.82 as did the 400 medley relay of Lund, Woods, Tallen and Rachel Graves in 3:57.76.

Katherine Douglas had the top individual finish after placing sixth in one-meter diving with 378.10 points.

Rachel Graves posted a 13th-place finish in the 500 free (5:15.19) after finishing with a 5:14.05 in prelims. Riley Steffey was 14th (5:16.98), JEanne Cullen 17th (5:26.89) and Julia Keller 18th (5:31.76/5:27.30 prelims).

Maria Herrera was 16th in the 200 individual medley, while Lund was 14th in the 50 free (24.60/24.40 prelim), Neff 15th (24.68) and Maggie Wagenbrenner 16th (24.95). 

Competition resumes on Friday morning as prelims start at 10 a.m.