Women's Swimming & Diving Wins Every Event at Brandeis on Sunday

Freshman Chloe Deveney posted a pari of freestyle wins today.

WALTHAM – The Tufts University women's swimming & diving team won all 16 events while scoring a non-conference victory at Brandeis University on Sunday afternoon.

Senior tri-captain Grace Goetcheus, juniors Sasha Fong and Lily Kurtz, sophomore Jeanette Khowong and freshmen Claire Brennan, Chloe Deveney and Sydney Ho all were a part of two wins for the Jumbos.

Khowong swam the opening leg of the 200 medley relay that won with a 1:51.32 time. She was joined by Kurtz, Fong and sophomore Hannah Spencer in the anchor role. Khowong also had an early victory in the 50 backstroke (28.67). Kurtz added a 50 breaststroke victory (32.32) and Fong added a first in the 50 butterfly (26.88) to their wins with the relay.

Goetcheus doubled in the 100 breaststroke and 200 individual medley with 1:08.93 and 2:13.37 times, respectively.

Deveney finished with a pair of distance freestyle victories, taking the 200 in 1:57.38 and the 500 with a 5:13.16 mark. Brennan contributed another freestyle win by a freshman in the 100 (54.80). She also took care of the anchor leg of the 400 freestyle relay, which won in 3:40.10. Sophomore Mary Hufziger, freshman Katelin Isakoff, and junior Amy Socha rounded out that foursome.

Ho swept the diving events, scoring 266.63 in the one-meter competition and 189.53 in three-meter.

Hannah Lesser and Camille Ross had wins to further lift the freshman victory total on the day. Lesser sprinted to a 25.38 win in the 50 freestyle and Ross took first in the 100 butterfly touching in 59.29 seconds.

Junior Sook-Hee Evans recorded a 10:59.44 win in the 1,000 freestyle, while classmate Jackie Crater took the 100 backstroke race with a 1:02.74 swim.

Tufts won the meet by a 252-44 score.

Head coach Adam Hoyt's Jumbos swim at the MIT Invitational December 6-8 to finish their fall semester competition.