KINGSTON, R.I. - The second day of the 2020 New England Intercollegiate Swimming & Diving Association (NEISDA) Championship is complete and the Husson University women sit in eighth place with 148 points through 16 events.
Roger Williams University leads the pack with 589 points while Simmons University (472), Keene State College (376), University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (247), and Bridgewater Sate University (237) round out the top five.
- Erin Aucoin placed sixth in the 500 Free (5:33.32) to earn her first career All-New England honor, an effort worth 24 points.
- Jillian Clapp was 23rd in the 500 Free (5:58.54), an effort worth two points.
- Hannah Soutter was 19th in the 100 Fly (1:07.34) and 22nd in the 200 IM (2.33.99), an effort worth nine points.
- Ava Emery finished 21st in the 50 Breast (35.42), an effort worth four points.
- Emily Grinnell was 23rd in the 50 Breast (35.64), an effort worth two points.
- Kayla Redman placed 37th in the 50 Breast (37.71) and 38th in the 50 Free (28.35).
- Abbie Howe was 19th in the 200 Back (2:27.42), an effort worth six points.
- Ellie Clarke finished 14th in the 50 Free (25.85), an effort worth 13 points.
- Morgan Veilleux was 18th in the 50 Free (26.30), an effort worth seven points.
- Abby Ketch placed 19th in the 50 Free (26.53), an effort worth six points.
- Maddie Wing was 22nd in the 50 Free (26.67), an effort worth three points.
- The group of Clarke, Grinnell, Emery and Aucoin finished in 11th place in the 400 Medley Relay with a new school record time of 4:24.32.
Action resumes on Saturday, February 15th at URI's Tootell Aquatic Center with the preliminary events starting at 10:00 a.m. and the finals kicking off at 6:00 p.m