Women's Swimming and Diving Wraps Up at Georgia Invitational

Kate Mills placed sixth in the 200 butterfly in the final day at the Georgia Invitational (David Silverman).

Meghan Leddy broke her second school record in as many days as the Harvard women's swimming and diving wrapped up its stay at the Georgia Invitational. Harvard ended the competition in sixth place out of seven teams with 261 total points, topping 14th-ranked Minnesota.

The junior backstroker broke the school record in the 200-yard back, posting a time of 1:56.10 in the preliminary round and besting it with a time of 1:55.60 for a fourth-place finish in the final. In all, Harvard athletes combined to break three school records at the meet.

Katy Hinkle turned in a solid performance in the 100 free, placing 11th with a time of 50.32 and Mackenzie Luick took 12th in the 200 breaststroke in a time of 2:18.13. Kate Mills recorded a top-ten finish in the 200 butterfly, posting a time of 2:03.34 and Danielle Schulkin placed 11th in the event. The Crimson wrapped up the meet with a tenth-place finish in the 400 free relay as Hinkle, Ali Slack, Jenna Gregoire and Sara Li turned in a time of 3:23.67.     

Harvard is back in action after the New Year when it travels to Rhode Island Jan. 14 for a dual meet against Brown.