GERMANTOWN, Md. - The Landmark Swimming and Diving Championship wrapped up on Sunday, Feb. 19 with the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly and 1650 free. While none qualified for finals, three Eagles set career bests in the 100 Free.
In the 100 Free, Elise Kury (Willow Street, Pa./Lampeter-Strasburg), Maiya Mastovich (Johnstown, Pa./Westmont Hilltop) and Emily Stahl (State College, Pa./State College Area) set career bests. Jocelyn Skelly (Hershey, Pa./Hershey) finished first for Juniata with a 59.64 mark, four spots out of qualifying for the finals. Stahl was right behind her in the 21st spot, hitting the wall with a career best 59.99 time. Mastovich (1:04.51) and Kury (1:08.01) finished back-to-back as well in 29th and 30th.
To wrap up the weekend for the Eagles, Emily Angeline (Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin East) and Meghan Brubaker (Lancaster, Pa./Lampeter-Strasburg) competed in the 1650 freestyle event. Angeline finished 17th out of 22 qualifying swimmers and marked a final time of 20:55.12. Brubaker was about a second behind her, landing in 19th with a final time of 21:40.52.
Susquehanna's women came into day three with 548 points, 141.5 points ahead of Scranton in second place. On day three, the River Hawks only extended their lead and won the Landmark with 842 points. Scranton and Catholic were also medal winners, taking second and third.