Hayburn, Schouten Win Twice Each As Women's Swimming & Diving Wins
BALTIMORE - Sophomore Anne Hayburn and freshman Emma Schouten each won two individual races to lead the Loyola University Maryland women's swimming and diving team to a 164-136 victory over LaSalle University at the Mangione Pool at the Fitness and Aquatic Center on Monday afternoon.
Senior Ben Cono won two on the men's side, but the Greyhounds fell to the Explorers, 209-89.
Competing for the first time since December 2, 2017, Hayburn led the Greyhounds to a good start as she swam on the victorious 200 medley relay team. Emily Koegl, Devin Cronin and freshman Megan Dickey teamed up with her to win the race with a time of 1:49.34.
Hayburn also led a sweep of the top three places in the 100 butterfly. She won the race with a time of 58.66 seconds, edging Koegl (59.00) and Grace Huckenpoehler (59.74).
In the 200 backstroke, Hayburn took first with a time of 2:07.07. Jenna Egan earned third place (2:11.58). Hayburn also took second place in the 100 backstroke (59.12).
Schouten won titles in the 200 breaststroke and the 1000 freestyle. In the 200 breaststroke, she finished first with a time of 2:22.93. In the freestyle race, she took first place with a time of 10:29.35.
Cronin edged out Schouten to win the 100 breaststroke, 1:05.64 to 1:06.91.
In the 500 freestyle, Madalyn Myers was runner-up (5:20.28), and she took second place in the 200 butterfly (2:10.50).
Dickey and Clarkson led the Greyhounds in the 50 freestyle. Dickey took second place (24.74), and Clarkson was third (25.57).
Dickey was also second in the 100 freestyle with a time of 54.27. Brooke Sharkey placed fourth in the 100 freestyle (56.10), and Sharkey also finished second in the 200 freestyle (1:59.00).
In the diving events, Lindsey Staszewski took second place in the three-meter dive (239.25 points) and the one-meter dive (232.57 points). Senior Maggie Garrahan was third in the three-meter (220.72) and the one-meter dive (217.10).
Myers led Loyola in the 200 individual medley by finishing third (2:15.82). Emily O'Halloran and Cronin tied for fourth (2:17.26). Elizabeth Romano placed third in the 500 freestyle (5:20.97) and was runner-up in the 1000 freestyle (150.57).
The Greyhounds closed out their victory with a win in the 200 freestyle relay (1:42.25) as Koegl, Ally Pacitti, Clarkson and Dickey won the event.
On the men's side, Cono led the Greyhounds by winning the 200 breaststroke and the 100 breaststroke while finishing second in the 200 individual medley.
In the 200 breaststroke, Cono won the race with a time of 2:06.83, and junior John Callaghan placed third (2:08.92).
Cono finished first in the 100 breaststroke (56.59), while O'Callaghan took third (59.08) and Luca Dicapua was fourth (59.28). Cono also finished second in the 200 individual medley (2:00.02).
Freshman Mark Boran and senior Alec Speradino both swam well in the 100 backstroke. Boran was second with a time of 54.14 seconds, ahead of Speradino who was third (54.67). Boran also took third place in the 200 backstroke with a time of 1:59.70. Josh Gluck took fourth (2:01.98).
In the 100 butterfly, Zac Metzler took fourth place (53.74) while Chris Cary earned a fourth-place finish in the 200 freestyle (1:49.95).
Both of the Greyhounds' relay teams took second place. In the 200 medley relay, Speradino, Cono, Metzler and Anderson were second with a time of 1:34.12. In the 200 freestyle relay, freshman Brendon Kolar, junior Ross Caudle, freshman Conor Rutigliano and Clisham were second with a time of 1:30.48.
In the diving events, Sam Baluzy was fourth on the one-meter dive (212.55 points) while Adrian Halarewicz finished third (215.24 points). In the three-meter dive, Baluzy was third (235.28) and Halarewicz (221.47) was fourth.
Sakovich took fourth place in the 200 butterfly (1:57.96) while Anderson was fourth in the 100 freestyle (48.79).
In the 500 freestyle, Andrew Mann was Loyola's top swimmer, finishing fifth with a time of 4:57.32.
Freshman Ben Amoreno swam fourth in the 1650 freestyle with a time of 17:13.65.
The Greyhounds return to action on Wednesday, January 24 when they host local rival Towson University at 5:00 p.m.