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Women’s Swimming Highly Successful in 2017 Sea Swim on Training Trip

Regan Kology won the women's 2017 Sea Swim in St. Croix (Gil Talbot).
Regan Kology won the women's 2017 Sea Swim in St. Croix (Gil Talbot).

RESULTS

ST. CROIX - The Harvard women's swimming team found some competitive success during its annual training trip to St. Croix this week, sweeping the top-11 finishes in the 2017 Sea Swim hosted by The St. Croix Dolphins.

Junior Regan Kology was the top female finisher in the one-mile, open-water event with a time of 23:27. That time was also the fifth-fastest of all competitors. Mikaela Dahlke, Matti Harrison, Willa Wang and Daniela Johnson rounded out the top five for the Crimson. As a team, Harvard had 25 of the top-35 times in the event.

The Crimson return from their training trip and will jump back into Ivy League competition facing Penn and Brown in Philadelphia this weekend.

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