Women's Swimming & Diving: Ohio Northern (1-1 Overall) at Wittenberg (4-2 Overall)

Women's Swimming & Diving: Ohio Northern (1-1 Overall) at Wittenberg (4-2 Overall)

Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, 6 pm - HPER Center Natatorium, Springfield, Ohio

Friday's Meet: The Polar Bears will take to the road for a dual meet at North Coast Athletic Conference foe Wittenberg on Friday evening ... The teams will compete in 14 swimming events and 1- and 3-meter diving ... The Ohio Northern women's swimming and diving team won 8-of-16 events in a tight 154-134 loss to John Carroll on Nov. 11 at the ONU Sports Center ... Sophomore Lauren Halle won the 200 fly (2:14.77) and the 400 I.M. (4:50.11) to lead ONU ... She also combined with junior Kierra Watson, senior Sydney Veon and freshman Marissa Taylor to win the 200 medley relay in 1:52.23 ... Veon, Watson and Taylor also won individual events for the Polar Bears ... Veon won the 100 breast in 1:07.46, Watson won the 100 back in 1:02.90 and Taylor won the 200 free 1:59.60 ... Sophomore Libby Sartschev and freshman Claire Kaiding won the two diving competitions ... Sartschev won the 3-mater diving with 157.70 points and Kaiding won the 1-meter diving with 166.40 points.

Schedule of Events

Distances in Yards

1.      200 Medley Relay Women
2.      200 Medley Relay Men
3.      1,000 Free Women
4.      1,000 Free Men
5.      200 Free Women
6.      200 Free Men
7.      100 Back Women
8.      100 Back Men
9.      100 Breast Women
10.    100 Breast Men
11.    200 Fly Women
12.    200 Fly Men
13.    50 Free Women
14.    50 Free Men
15.    3-Meter (6 Dives) Women
16.    1-Meter (6 Dives) Men
17.    100 Free Women
18.    100 Free Men
19.    200 Back Women
20.    200 Back Men
21.    200 Breast Women
22.    200 Breast Men
23.    500 Free Women
24.    500 Free Men
25.    100 Fly Women
26.    100 Fly Men
27.    3-Meter (6 Dives) Women
28.    1-Meter (6 Dives) Men
29.    200 I.M. Women
30.    200 I.M. Men
31.    200 Free Relay Women
32.    200 Free Relay Men

ONU head coach Peggy Ewald: Ewald is in her 14th season at ONU and is the program's all-time winningest coach with an 81-72 women's dual meet record, a winning percentage of .529. She has been named OAC Women's Coach of the Year five times and had guided the Polar Bear women to seven OAC Championships crowns and 10 OAC Regular Season titles.