Vanderbilt finishes CSCAA National Invitational

March 10, 2018

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Vanderbilt swim team competed in their final events of the 2017-18 season at the CSCAA National Invitational Saturday at Lejeune Hall on the campus of the United States Naval Academy.

Junior Madison Eaker was the last Commodore in the pool, swimming in the B-final of the 200-yard backstroke and touching the wall in 2:04.62. Senior Kate Hornaday swam in the preliminary heat of the same event earlier in the day, finishing in 2:04.51.

Vanderbilt sent three swimmers to the blocks in the quick 100-yard freestyle preliminaries Saturday morning. Johanna Goldblatt and Namilla Sanchez finished in 52.43 and 52.75, respectively. Sophie Halper clocked a 53.65.

Lara Hernandez-Tome finished her 200-yard butterfly preliminary in 2:10.03.

"This was a good end of the week and a good way to finish the season," said head coach Jeremy Organ. Now we get to meet with everyone, reflect on the season, find our plans and move on to next season."

As the team heads into offseason, Organ is happy with his team's performance and is looking forward to next season. 

"We tried to keep this week low key, but we'll enjoy this moment," Organ said. "We're glad to be performing well at the end of [2017-18]."



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