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Swimmers of the Meet

Congratulations to all of our swimmers on their very successful efforts at the Dayton Raider meet this past week-end.  Our focus at practice on our new fly and breast progression of drills was a fantastic highlight of this early season meet.  We were thrilled to see the progress in both!  Our first swimmer of the meet is Katie Eramo!  Katie had some of her biggest time drops of the last year of swimming in several events, including 5.5 seconds in the 50 fly and nearly 2 seconds in the 50 breast!  Our second swimmer of the meet is Will Stringer!  Will has been working very hard at improving his stroke technique.  He competed in the 50 of each stroke and dropped a whopping 24 seconds!!

Keep up the good work Buckeyes!

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