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June 16, 2024

GALLERY: Women’s Swimming & Diving vs. Arkansas

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Photo by Photo by Megan Cusick

The Razorbacks cheer on their swimmers during the 500 free.

The Aggie Women’s Swim and Dive team celebrated their Senior Day and last home meet of the season against Arkansas. They defeated the Razorbacks with a score of 162-130. Their next meet will be the SEC Championship starting February 18th.

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  • Arkansas Assistant Coach Anthony Harris closely watches the swimmers.

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  • The Razorbacks will travel to Kansas for their next meet on February 1st.

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  • The Aggies have been SEC champions for four years running.

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  • The 200 free and the 100 breast were swept by the Aggies.

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  • Texas A&M coaches and staff yell in excitement as their seniors swim.

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  • The pool deck was full of excitement as an Aggie swam her last lap for first place.

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  • Senior Sam Siebenaller from Wisconsin gets ready to race.

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  • The senior women finished 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the 200 free.

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  • Twelve swimmers for the Aggies are backstrokers.

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  • The Aggies swept the 100 back with sophomore Emma Carlton coming in first. 

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  • Events three and nine were backstroke events with Texas A&M finishing first in both.

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  • Texas A&M Women’s Swimming & Diving team now has a record of 5-2.

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  • Junior Camryn Toney came in third for the 200 fly with a time of 2:03.67.

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  • The 2020 SEC Championship will be in Auburn Alabama starting February 18th.

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  • The A&M Women’s team consists of 26 swimmers and six divers.

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  • Results for the 200 breast were split with senior Anna Belousova finishing first and freshmen Grace Wey and Ashley Conrad as no-place finishes.

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  • The 200 breaststroke finishing time for first place swimmer Belousova was 2:12.98.

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  • The Razorbacks have one more meet before the SEC Championships.

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  • Junior Charlye Campbell from Midland, Texas received third in the 1-meter and second in the 3-meter dives.

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  • The Aggies will head the to SEC Championships with a two-week win streak.

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  • A&M took first place in 10 of 16 events against Arkansas.

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