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Women’s Swimming Sets New Season Standards at Greensboro

Randolph Pool in the RAD Center

GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Randolph College women's swimming team set new season and personal records as the WildCats competed at Greensboro College on Saturday afternoon.

In the 50 freestyle, Leah Dorman clocked in a time of 33.33, .39 seconds faster than the previous time set at Virginia Wesleyan University last weekend, while Katie Thomas set the new standard in the 100 backstroke, touching the pad in 1:47.35 to break the previous record of 1:48.80.

Golden Dennison also set a new season record as she posted a time of 9:02.93 in the 500 freestyle, smashing the most recent standard by more than two minutes, and returned to set her own personal best of 3:15.53 in the 200 freestyle, shaving off two seconds from last weekend's time of 3:17.04.

Georgia LeGrand-Carney was another Randolph swimmer to set a personal best as she touched the pad in 3:26.06 in the 200 freestyle to shave off seven seconds off of her previous time, before following up with a 1:30.13 performance in the 100 freestyle, which is currently the second-fastest time so far this season.

Teammate Teliya Stevenson also posted a personal best times in the meet as she posted a time of 44.45 seconds in the 50 freestyle before locking down a time of 1:44.64 in the 100 freestyle.

The WildCats' next meet is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 4 when they travel to conference rival Bridgewater College.