Jimmies swimming and diving looks to get first ever team win vs. SW Minnesota State

The Jimmies are coming off a hard fought loss to Northern State in their first ever meet.

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After a team loss in their first ever meet, the University of Jamestown swimming and diving team looks to get their first win when they make the trip to Southwest Minnesota State.

The Jimmies come into this meet with an 0-1 record on the season. Despite the loss, the Jimmies did get seven individual wins in their first meet. The Mustangs come into the meet with a 1-1 record on the season.

The most successful Jimmies swimmer in their last meet was Sulinke Van De Berg who got her team 18 points, with wins in the 200 yard freestyle, 200 yard backstroke, and 200 yard freestyle relay races. Van De Berg also got the first win in Jimmies swimming history when she won the 200 yard freestyle race with a time of 1:57:09. She won the 200 yard backstroke with a time of 2:11.82 and the 200 yard freestyle relay with a time of 1:41.92. The relay team that won the 200 yard free alongside Van De Berg was Nalani Curry, Kacey Ross, and Maya Villasenor.

The Mustangs are coming off a split in a tri-meet at Minnesota State. In the meet, they lost to the hosts, 236-99 but beat Concordia-St. Paul 214-82. The Mustangs were led by Natalie Bohnert, who won the 100 yard backstroke race.

My name is Max O'Neill. I am a Sports Reporter at The Jamestown Sun. I am a native New Yorker, who graduated from Ithaca College in 2020 with a degree in Television-Radio.
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