Dragon women's swimmers place fifth at NSIC Championships

MSUM scored 262.5 points in the four-day event, which Minnesota State Mankato won with 1,079.5 points.

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Minnesota State Moorhead women's swimmers finished up the four-day Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Championships with a fifth-place finish on Saturday at the Midco Aquatic Center.
The Dragons finished with 262.5 points. Minnesota State Mankato won with 1,079.5.
The Dragons' Katelin Winter placed fifth in the 100 individual medley in 59.31 after swimming a personal-record 59.13 in preliminaries. Winter won the 200 butterfly championship on Friday.
MSUM's Linnea Edgren joined Winter with a PR in the 100 IM at 1:03.90.
Lexie Bray (51.99), Demi-Lee Carlisle (53.77), Lily Lengerich (54.11), Kaytlyn Salter (54.82), Kate MacGregor (55.27), Regan Minh (57.37), Dru Perry (58.07) and Molly Lenmarck (58.20) all recorded personal records in the 100 freestyle.
Maggie Sullivan swam a season-best 2:17.66 in the 200 backstroke and Vasilina Shipilova swam a PR 2:25.96 in the 200 breaststroke.

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