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BOSTON, MASS. - In their third meet in four days, the University of New Hampshire women's swimming and diving team was knocked off by the Huskies of Northeastern University on Monday afternoon in Boston, 177-118. The defeat left the 'Cats with a 6-3 record.
Sophomore Kristen Nardozzi (St. Petersburg, Fla.) again led the UNH performances, winning twice. She took the 50 yard freestyle in 25 seconds, and later touched the wall first in the 100 free, winning in a time of 53.28. Nardozzi has won multiple events in every meet so far this season.
Senior captain Kristen Zeimetz (Rochester, N.H.) won her specialty event, the 100 breaststroke, for the second straight meet, besting the field in 1:06.24.
Also winning for UNH was sophomore Amanda Crawford (Hillsdale, N.J.), who took the 200 medley for the second time this season, finishing in 2:18.39.
Leading the Huskies was freshman Katie Schmaling, who won both the 100 and 200 backstroke events while leading the Northeastern 200 medley relay team to a first place finish.
UNH is off until February 3, when both the men's and women's squads host the University of Maine Black Bears at Swasey Pool in Durham. The meet begins at 2 p.m.