Western New England College sets several school records in loss at Mount Holyoke

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. - The Western New England College women's swimming team established seven new school records in a 142-106 loss at Mount Holyoke Saturday afternoon (Jan. 13).

The Golden Bears started the meet by winning the 200-meter relay with a time of 2:17.17. The group included freshman Krista Goulet (Saco, ME), junior Cori Eggert (Denville, NJ), senior co-captain Ashley Korbut (South Hadley, MA), and sophomore Jamie Campo (Port Jefferson, NY).

WNEC's 200 freestyle relay squad of Campo, freshman Katelyn Skrzypiec (Manchester, CT), Korbut, and Goulet finished first in the final race of the day with a new school record time of 2:03.76.

Goulet took first in the 50 backstroke (34.31) and set a school mark winning the 100 backstroke (1:13.32). 

Campo took first in the 50 freestyle (29.84) and second in the 200 freestyle (2:19.22) with new school times.

Eggert won the 100 breaststroke (1:26.30) while Korbut was third in the 50 butterfly (34.39) with new school records as well. Korbut also had a second place finish in the 200 individual medley (2:51.31).

"Everyone did really well today," said Western New England College coach Andrea Daley. "In the last five years all of our meters records have now been broken. Three of those records were over 10 years old."