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GS Swimming drops Senior Day meet
GS Swimming
Georgia Southern Swimming lost their final home meet of the season by just nine points to North Florida on Saturday. The final score was 120-111 despite the Eagles winning five of the 11 swimming events.
 
The meet began with two wins for Georgia Southern with a first-place finish in the 200 Medley Relay by Elizabeth ChemeyIsabelle BrayJessica Ware and Holland Danskin (1:52.84) and another one in the 1000 Free by Klaudia Holt (10:45.00)
 
The Eagles came back and won the fourth event, the 50 Free, thanks to Melissa Cox (24.12).
 
Holt also won the 500 Free with a time of 5:12.52 and Bray claimed the last win of the meet for the Eagles in the 200 Breast (2:27.47).
 
The Eagles' four seniors – Chemey, Markie DuffyAshley Kubel and Gretchen Mossburg – were honored during the meet. 
 
"I am so proud of how hard are women competed today," said head coach Amanda Caldwell. "It was a team effort and what a way to send our seniors out with a close meet coming down to the last races."
 

Next Saturday, Jan. 18, the Eagles will host their Diving Invitational at 11 a.m.

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