NORFOLK, Va. - Old Dominion University swimming and diving wrapped up their home slate with a solid performance against Campbell, VMI and Howard, winning a total of 16 events, led by Jackyln VandePoel with three total wins.
The ODU men earned wins over VMI, 160-128, and Howard, 182-93. The women defeated VMI 240-39 and Howard 216-71. Campbell edged the Monarchs 148-144.
In the one-meter dive, AJ Caruso finished second for the Monarchs with a score of 197.15, while she also finished second in the three-meter dive with a score of 203.20.
Hunter Clinton notched a second place finish for the Monarchs in the one-meter dive with a score of 186, while Luke Perez took second in the three-meter dive with a score of 142.50.
In the first swimming event of the day, the ODU men won the 200-medley relay in a time of 1:36.28.
Freshman Jacqueline Tinneny got the women’s squad on the board with a win in the 1000 freestyle, winning by almost eight seconds over second with a time of 10:38.69.
Nick Wukovits won the 1000 freestyle for the men with a time of 9:52.90, 31 seconds faster than second place.
Noah Wilkins added to ODU’s first place finishes with a triumph in the 200 freestyle with a tine of 1:42.97, edging teammate Connor Davis by 1.2 seconds.
Jacklyn VandePoel picked up a win for the Monarchs in the 100 backstroke with a time of 57.70, while Neal McElhattan won the 100 backstroke for the men in 54.08.
Filip Svedberg won the 100 breaststroke in 59.06 as Caleb Wyninger earned a win in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:00.00.
Wilkins added his second win of the day, this time in the 50 freestyle in a time of 21.50.
Connor Davis added to the men’s win total in the 100 freestyle, winning in a time of 47.15.
VandePoel won her second event of the day, adding a win in the 200 backstroke in 2:031.01.
The Monarchs swept the 200 breaststroke as Emilie Petit won the women’s in 2:22.74 and Nathan Kimbel triumphed for the men in 2:07.42.
VandePoel earned the trifecta with a win in the 500 freestyle in a time of 5:08.02, while Wukovits won his second event of the day for the men in a time of 4:46.75.
Tinneny won the first individual race for the women and the last, as she won the 200 IM in a time of 2:09.26.