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The meet went well, and it was a good first meet overall for the team. We have a lot we can fix, but we are all so excited for the rest of the season, says Ashlin Cannella (24). Alongside several teammates, Cannella competed in the 400 meter free relay. The times of the individual relay teams were displayed on the scoreboard overhead.

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January 2, 2022
I like being on the swim team because it is an easy way to stay in shape. I have to go to morning practice this year, and although its hard to wake up, I feel so good and have a productive day, says Bahr who has been a member of the swim team since her freshman year.

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Campbell mid-dive as she competes her leg of the 200 meter free relay.

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Buckhorn, featured above, says, Meets are always such a special time and I know we have all been looking forward to our first meet. The atmosphere is just so positive and uplifting, everyone did great as a team, and Im really proud of us.

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Third-year member Jenna Fonsing (23) competes in the 200 meter butterfly.

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Seniors Shelbey Drinkwater, Gabby Bahr, Elle Amoriello, Allie Pramberger, Leslie Sanchez, Sadie Campbell, and Elizabeth McCree spare a moment on deck for a photo-op.

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Colleen Buckhorn (23) positions herself for the 200 meter relay medley.

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Emme Shoop (24) competes a backwards tuck.

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A former cheerleader, Link has always enjoyed tumbling. However, last fall, she realized her body could no longer take the jarring movement. When I started dive, I realized [tumbling] was my favorite thing about cheer because I got to flip around and it wouldnt be as damaging to my body. As the months went on, I grew a love for the sport that I have never felt before, says Link.

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There are six types of dives and four positions a diver may choose from when competing. Kinsley Link (23) competes a twisting dive on the 1-meter springboard.

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