Tufts’ men’s and women’s swim teams posted strong times despite seeing mixed results on Saturday at a tri-meet against Williams and Wesleyan in Middletown, CT. On the women’s side, the Cardinals edged out a win over the Jumbos 132-126, and Williams toppled Tufts as well, 171-91. Meanwhile, the men cruised to a 212-69 victory over Wesleyan but also fell to the Ephs, 201-93.
For the women, sophomore Mia Greenwald won the 100 and 200 meter butterflies while also aiding two strong relay finishes. Greenwald won the 200 meter butterfly with a time of 2:09:97, winning by 3.34 seconds. In the 100 meter butterfly, she swam a 58.19, touching just two-tenths of a second ahead of Carolyn Geller of Williams.
On the men’s side, sophomore Austin Wood put up strong times in both the 200 yard freestyle, where he placed third with a time of 1:47.78, and the men’s 400 yard freestyle relay, where Tufts took both first and second with times of 3:14.13 and 3:17.47, respectively.
The Jumbos will have their final home meet of the season next Saturday in the team’s senior recognition meet against MIT.