Both the GW men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams came away with convincing wins at Duquesne Saturday.
The women’s team placed first in every event in a 156-78 blowout. The Colonial women swept the first three positions in the 200-yard individual medley. Dena Hoffman (2:11.73) placed first for GW, with teammates Kristen Janeczek (2:15.99) and Connie Shelton (2:16.29) following in second and third place respectively.
The GW women also won both relay events. The Colonial women’s 200-yard freestyle relay (1:42.65) and the 400-yard medley relay (4:05.34) teams both placed first.
GW’s Larissa Ettore captured first in the diving competition with a score of 177.65.
The men’s team was equally impressive, placing first in 10 of 12 events in a 151-82 rout of Duquesne. The 50-yard freestyle and one-meter diving were the only events in which GW did not place first.
GW’s Tim Champney placed first in three events, including helping the 400-yard medley relay team finish first in 3:36.68.