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MEET-BY-MEET SUMMARY OF 2006-07 WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S SWIMMING & DIVING SEASON

2006-07 Final Regular-Season Record: 5-6 duals, 6-7 overall

11/18/06:  Wesleyan  162, Bates  117
Link to complete Bates meet results

11/20/06:  at Amherst  144, Wesleyan  112
Link to complete Amherst meet results

12/2-3/06:  Cardinal Invitational - Brandeis  1183.5, Wesleyan  1144.5, M.I.T.  1041
Link to complete Cardinal Invitational meet results

12/9/06:  Wesleyan  163, Trinity  131
Link to complete Trinity meet results

1/14/07:  at Williams  186, Wesleyan  102 ; Tufts  196, Wesleyan  102
Link to complete meet results at Williams w/Tufts

1/20/07:  at Conn. College  178, Wesleyan  103 ; Wesleyan  190, Clark  109 ; Wesleyan  206, Colby-Sawyer  75
Link to complete meet results at Conn. College w/Clark & Colby Sawyer

1/27/07:  at Colby  175, Wesleyan  119 ; Bowdoin  153, Wesleyan  144
Link to complete meet results at Colby w/Bowdoin  (Note - Trinity also competed but vs. Colby & Bowdoin only)

2/3/07:  Wesleyan  182, Coast Guard  115
Link to complete Coast Guard meet results

2/16-18/07:  NESCAC Championships at Williams - 8th of 11 teams
Team scoring - Williams  1757, Amherst  1600.5, Middlebury  1553.5, Conn. College  1044.5, Tufts  888.5, Colby  739.5, Bowdoin  666, Wesleyan  603, Hamilton  542, Bates  474.5, Trinity  321.
HIGHLIGHTS - Amanda Shapiro earned all-NESCAC honors in both the 50 and 100 breaststroke events as she placed second in the 100 breast (1:06.27) and third in the 50 breast (:30.36).  Her 100 breast time was a national "B" cut and likely to qualify her for a second straight trip to Nationals.  In addition, she led off the 400 free relay with a :53.15 split, good enough for the national "B" cut.  She was an All-American in both the 100 and 200 breast last season.   Kate Krems took second in the 50 butterfly (:26.33) for All-NESCAC laurels and fourth in the 100 butterfly while setting a team record in that event during time trials (:57.51).  Her time was only .09 seconds above the automatic qualifying standard for the NCAAs, making her a prime candidate for her first excursion to Nationals.  Also setting a team record by cutting an amazing seven seconds off her preliminary time in the 200 IM was Carly Bollinger with a 2:11.41.  Shapiro and Krems linked with Caitlin Bethlahmy and Agnes Koczo for a 3:59.60 clocking and a "B" cut in the 400 medley relay while finishing fifth. 

Link to complete NESCAC meet results

3/8-10/07:  NCAA Division III Championships at U. of Houston - 34th (tied) of 52 scoring teams
Top 10 Team scoring - Kenyon  498, Amherst  290, Emory  261, Calvin  251, Denison  239, Williams  196, Washington U.  167, Middlebury  161, Johns Hopkins  118, Wheaton (Ill.)  95.  Wesleyan (34th-tied) - 19 points..
HIGHLIGHTS - Amanda Shapiro picked up All-America honors in the 100-yard breaststroke for the second year in a row, placing fifth with a time of 1:05.04.  She also added honorable-mention A-A laurels in the 200 breast, placing 16th with a 2:26.85 clocking.  In her first trip to Nationals, Kate Krems finished 13th in the 100-yard butterfly to become an honorable-mention All-American.  Her time was :57.71.  She also competed in the 200-yard fly but did not make the consolation finals, missing out by just 1.7 seconds as she was 20th in the trials.