The Cabrini swim teams split decisions in a meet against King’s College on Sunday, Nov. 4. The men’s team had an extremely good performance which brought them to a win, 98.5-79.5. The women’s team dropped their meet, 102-68.
The performances were really up to par and showed the school what we were made of.
The men were headlined by sophomores Nick Platt and Evan Strickland and juniors Rocco Del Monte and Keith Marr. The four teamed up in the 400-yard race to finish in 3:56.31.
Sean Tallon kept the flow of the team going with a good race in the 1,000-yard freestyle as he set a new school record in 11:32.22. Later in the meet, Tallon participated in a 500-yard freestyle race and achieved a time of 5:31.74.
Del Monte achieved his first career victory taking part in the 50-yard freestyle and getting a time of 24.36. He also won the 200-yard butterfly which he completed in 2:13.6.
The women’s team was led by Courtney Good who posted her second win of the season in the 200-yard medley, posting a time 2:27.75. She also finished second in the 200-yard backstroke event. The women also won the 400-yard freestyle relay with the team of Kimberly Crowther, Jessica Pepenella and Lauren Ciccariello.
Cindy Ikeler, head coach for both swim teams and director of aquatics and safety, was commemorated by athletic director Brad Koch for her maintenance and success for her first career wins against FDU-Florham in October.
The Cavaliers will travel to Lebanon Valley College for their next meet. The start time is 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9.