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Winter break may have been a relaxing time for some, but it was
no vacation for the Rutgers swimming and diving team. The team
remained busy with a training trip to Indian Shores, Fla., and a
loss against Maryland, 180-119, on Jan. 8 in Annapolis, Md.
Junior Jacquelyn Ward placed first in the 200-meter individual
medley after finishing the event in 2
The rest of the school may get nearly a month off during winter
break, but for a team with Big East Championship aspirations, there
is no vacation.
Junior Brianne Lindblad led the Scarlet Knights' 200-yard medley
relay team that took the top spot in their 179-100 victory last
weekend over Wagner.
The Rutgers swimming team needed a dominant victory to restore
its confidence after beginning the season with a losing record. The
team found that confidence-boosting win Friday, as it defeated
Wagner, 179-100, at the RU Aquatic Center.
Junior captain Kirsten'Fontana won the 200-yard backstroke
against Wagner, marking her first regular season win after a knee
The Rutgers swimming and diving team enjoyed a bye week over the
Thanksgiving holiday but this weekend the Scarlet Knights are back
to their grueling schedule.
Junior Brianne Lindblad won the 200-yard individual medley last
year against Wagner, qualifying for the Big'East Championships.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team set several lofty goals for
itself before this season, but it never expected that learning to
deal with adversity would be on that list.
Sophomore Taylor Curado took first place in one of the Scarlet
Knights' three victories in their last meet, winning the 100-yard
butterfly and remaining unbeaten in the race.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team returns to the Banks this
weekend as it hosts the Frank Elm Invitational at the RU Aquatic
Morgantown, W.Va., felt a lot more like "Heartbreak City" for
the Rutgers swimming and diving team this weekend, when it fell to
West Virginia, 148-146.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team returns to action this
weekend against Big East rival West Virginia after a much-needed
bye last week.
Junior Brianne Lindblad won both the 100- and 200-yard
backstroke races in the Scarlet Knights' Big East quad-meet
Sophomore Brittney Kuras swam on the Scarlet Knights' victorious
200-yard medley relay team last season against West Virginia along
with classmate Taylor Curado, who finished first in the 100-yard
butterfly in the Knights' Big East opener against Georgetown and
For Rutgers swimming and diving team captain Jen Betz,
leadership is a little bit of both brain and brawn.
Ask most young children what they want to be when they grow up
and often the answers are outlandish, yet similar.
Junior Michelle Berman competed in three races in the Scarlet
Knights' season-opening quad meet with Connecticut, Georgetown and
Villanova, finishing seventh in the 200-yard butterfly, 12th in the
500-yard freestyle and 13th in the 1,000-yard freestyle.
Freshman Emilie Kaufmann finished the 100-yard breaststroke in