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Women's Swimming

Women’s Swimming Stands Sixth After First Day of Washington and Lee Invite

2017-18 women's swimming team photo

LEXINGTON, Va. – After 10 events, the Randolph College women's swimming team currently stands sixth out of six teams at the conclusion of day one of the Washington and Lee Invitational. The WildCats earned a total of 14 points.

Randolph started off the afternoon with the 200-yard freestyle relay as the foursome of Shelby Lutz, Golden Dennison, Katie Thomas and Leah Dorman posted a time of 2:22.30. 

Thomas returned in the 200 individual medley, earning a time of 3:22.85 while teammate Georgia LeGrand-Carney touched the pad in 4:06.12.

Dorman took the top time for Randolph in the 50-yard freestyle, clocking in at 33.85 seconds with Lutz and Dennison following behind in 36.84 seconds and 36.86 seconds, respectively. Rounding out the Randolph field in the event was Teliya Stevenson, who posted a time of 39.84 seconds, and Tabitha Stone, who touched the pad in 42.42 seconds. 

The WildCats will conclude its final competition of 2017 tomorrow when Randolph returns for the second and final day of the Washington and Lee Invitational.