Women’s Swimming and Diving Finishes First-Day Action at Minnesota Invite

Miki Dahlke action photo
Photo Courtesy: Billie Weiss.

Complete Results

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Harvard women's and diving team opened action on Wednesday at the Minnesota Invitational in Minneapolis. This week's competition began with the 200-medley relay and concluded with the 800-free relay.

Harvard Highlights
- The Harvard quartet of Felicia Pasadyn, Kennidy Quist, Adaline Rose Bullock and Miki Dahlke came in ninth place in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:39.91.
- The Crimson also posted the 200-medley relay time's 18th-fastest effort (1:43.24), the 20th-quickest showing (1:44.78) and the 23rd-best performance (1:47.61).
- Harvard finished in seventh place in the 800 free relay. The group of Dahlke, Quist, Samantha Shelton and F. Pasadyn completed the event in 7:10.36.
- The Crimson also posted the 15th-fastest time in the 800 free relay (7:23.27) and the 17th-best performance (7:30.30) in the field.

Next Up
Harvard returns to action tomorrow, when it competes at the Minnesota Invitational, beginning at 10 a.m. CT with the preliminary heats.