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Day Two in the Books for FAU at C-USA Championships
Feb. 22, 2018

Story contributor: Cole Wisecarver

ATLANTA, Ga. - The Florida Atlantic women's swimming and diving team will be competing this week in the Conference USA Championship hosted at Georgia Tech. The meet spans from Wednesday morning through Saturday evening.

The championship will be broadcast on ESPN3 all week and fans can keep up with live results online.


Day two was highlighted by junior Natalie Clausen earning the silver medal in the 500 yard freestyle with a 4:50.02 time.

Lauren Beyer took to the diving boards on Thursday and claimed sixth place in the 3 meter event with a 254.30 score. The 1 meter event will take place on Friday.

Abigail Marshall won the B heat, earning ninth place, in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 23.36. Danica Garbett finished 17th in the 200 yard IM with a 2:04.45 time.

The relay team of Abigail Marshall, Melanie Doan, Kyleigh Firman and Kelsey Witkay finished in fourth place in the 200 yard freestyle relay. Their time of 1:34.74 was a season-best for the group.

A group of freshman teamed up in a timed trial of the 200 yard freestyle relay and recorded a new FAU freshmen record time. Allyson Schwarz, Victoria Ellwood, Ashlyn Hunt and Miranda Fellowes finished the relay in 1:38.11.



The meet continues on Friday with the 400 yard IM, 100 yard butterfly, 200 yard freestyle, 100 yard backstroke and 1 meter diving event.


It was a short first day for swimmers with only two events taking place.

Spence Atkins led the Owls off in the 800 yard freestyle relay followed by Natalie Clausen, Kyleigh Firman and anchored by Sharon Kok. The squad finished in 7:28.13, a season-best time, for a fifth place finish.

The FAU team of Miranda Fellowes, Abigail Marshall, Kyleigh Firman and Melanie Doan earned sixth place in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:44.11, a season-best for the Owls.

For complete coverage of FAU swimming and diving, us on Twitter (@FAUSwimDive), Instagram (@FAUSwimDive) and Facebook (Florida Atlantic Swimming and Diving).

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