York, Pa. – Six Marymount University women’s swimmers earned a combined 19 All-Capital Athletic Conference Team honors, as announced by the league office on Wednesday. The Saints finished third overall at the meet while senior Anna Macedonia repeated as CAC Swimmer of the Year.
Macedonia led the way with six medalist honors, tied for second most at the CAC Championships. Individually, she medaled in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke while setting championship meet records in all three events.
In relays, Macedonia teamed with Katie Moran, Meghan Morch and Casey Thomas for All-CAC honors in the 200 freestyle relay, partnered with Moran, Emily Wagner and Bridget Wunderly for accolades in the 200 medley relay and joined Moran, Thomas and Wunderly for All-CAC recognition in the 400 freestyle relay.
Moran was just behind Macedonia with five All-CAC honors. Along with the three relay medals, she also placed top-three in the 50 freestyle and the 100 freestyle. Other Saints to earn individual All-CAC awards were Thomas in the 100 freestyle and Wunderly in the 200 butterfly.
In all, the Saints combined to post three NCAA qualifying times, one CAC record, three CAC Championship records, seven Marymount program records, one MU freshman record and 33 top-10 times in Saints program history.