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Annika Sharma earned two silvers - one individual and one relay
Annika Sharma earned two silvers - one individual and one relay

Seven Athenas Earn All-SCIAC Honors, CMS Stands in Second Heading into Swim and Dive's Final Day

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Seven members of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's swimming and diving team, as well as a relay, earned All-SCIAC distinction on the third day of the SCIAC Championships on Saturday at East Los Angeles Swim Stadium.

CMS stands in second place heading into the final day on Sunday, 40 points behind Pomona-Pitzer (699-659) as it will try to come back to defend its league title. 

Meilan Uyeno started the day by earning All-SCIAC honors for the second time in diving this week, coming in second in the three-meter with 419.80 points.

The Athenas had two podium finishers in the 100 breast, as Mackenzie Mayfield earned second (after winning the 200 IM yesterday), and Milan Manfredi came in third in her first SCIAC Championship. Caroline Sundal also reached the final and came in sixth, as did Kelly Prawira in seventh. 

Allyson Yao made it onto the podium for the second time with a third-place finish in the 400 IM, earning a time of 4:25.84. Revere Schmidt, Allison Nguyen, and Alex Towers also made the finals and finished fourth, fifth and seventh, respectively. 

Sun Young Byun was third in the 100-yard butterfly for her second podium appearance after coming in third in the 200 IM yesterday, and was joined in the finals by Madeline Kan (fifth). Katy Shaw also came in third in the 200 free after winning the 500 yesterday when she tied the SCIAC record, and was joined in the finals by Corley Smith, who came in eighth after finishing as the runner-up to Shaw yesterday in the 500. 

Annika Sharma was the runner-up in the 100 back in 57.04 and was joined in the final by Sammy Ennis, who came in seventh. Sharma, Mayfield, Byun and Annette Chang then capped off the day back on the podium with a second-place finish in the 400-yard medley relay. 

CMS will try to make up a 40-point gap tomorrow on the final day of SCIACs, which will begin with the 1650, where Shaw, Smith and Schmidt will all hope to make the podium and turn the momentum to start the day.