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Women's Swimming and Diving Places Second at TCNJ Invitational

Meghan Sisson Complete Results

Ewing, N.J. - December 5, 2010 - After several tremendous performances over the weekend, the Springfield College women's swimming and diving team wrapped up the TCNJ Invitational on Sunday afternoon. The Pride finished second out of the six-team competition, behind eventual champion Johns Hopkins.

Johns Hopkins University totaled 1,074 to win the meet, followed by the Pride's 885 points. Washington & Lee (780), The College of New Jersey (714), West Chester (181), and Rowan (123) rounded out the scoring.

On Sunday, Springfield's 800 free relay won by over 16 seconds as Kellie Pennington, Aimee Doe, Caroline Kosciusko, and Kaitlin Reilly touched in 7:50.11. The Pride's Meghan Sisson also took runner-up honors in the 1,650 free after touching in 17:59.86.


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Head Coach John Taffe

John Taffe John Taffe enters his 25th season in 2013-2014 as the head coach of the men's and women's swimming teams at Springfield College. Under Taffe’s leadership, the Pride has returned to its status as one of the best collegiate swimming and diving programs in Division III.Read more.

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Diving Coach Peter Avdoulos

Peter Avdoulos Peter Avdoulos is regarded as one of the top diving coaches in the nation, and is entering his 29th season as the diving coach for both the men's and women's programs in 2013-2014. The current NEWMAC Men's and Women's Diving Coach of the Year, Avdoulos has coached countless All-New England and All-American divers, as well as several National Champions. Read more.

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