Notre Dame women's swimming and diving: Irish rock Hawkeyes
The No. 24 Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving team won 16 of 20 events to run away from Iowa, 263-106, at the two-day Shamrock Invitational at Rolfs Aquatic Center.
Northwestern also competed at the invitational, but the Irish and Wildcats chose not to count their score since the two teams dualed a few weeks ago. The Wildcats squeaked past the Hawkeyes, 186-184.
Emma Reaney won four individual events and three relays, grabbed four NCAA B cuts and broke two pool records (200 IM, 800 free relay).
Senior Kelly Ryan picked up three individual wins and two relays, tallied two NCAA B cuts and swam a leg of the pool-record 800 free relay team.
Freshman Katie Miller won the 400 IM and also assisted on the winning 800 free relay team, while junior Bridget Casey claimed the 200 fly title and swam the anchor for the 800 free relay. Miller notched three NCAA B cuts and Casey had one.
Senior Christen McDonough, freshman Catherine Mulquin, sophomore Genevieve Heidkamp, junior Hannah Bowen and junior Courtney Whyte helped the Irish win all five relays.