Reds senior Clarise “Coco” Sviatko battled through preliminary and semifinal rounds in 1-meter diving to qualify for Saturday’s late afternoon finals.
She improved her placement with each round, ultimately placing 16th in the finals with a score of 329.95.
Not bad for a diver who picked up the sport for the first time just three years ago.
Eaton freshman Alexis Bruntz recorded the highest finish of any Patriot League athlete. She placed seventh overall with a time of 56.70 seconds in the championship finals of the 100-yard freestyle.
Bruntz also competed in the consolation finals of the 200 freestyle. She placed 14th overall, fourth in the consolation heat, with a time of 2:05.69.
While Bruntz is really just getting her high school swimming career started, senior McKenna McGehee wrapped up her high school swim career, doing so in impressive fashion.
In the consolation heat of the 200 individual medley, she placed eighth, 18th overall, with a time of 2:26.95.
She won the consolation heat, and placed 11th overall, in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:13.59.
In the 200 freestyle relay consolation finals, the team of McGehee, junior Emma Bjork, senior Jasmyn Thornberg and Bruntz placed seventh in the heat, 17th overall, with a time of 1:49.93.
The Reds placed 19th overall, ninth in the consolation heat of the 400 freestyle relay. The team of Bruntz, Bjork, Thornberg and McGehee finished in 4:06.23.