Marymount University senior Anna Macedonia placed 14th overall in the 100 Backstroke at the NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming Championships on Friday.
Macedonia posted a time of 56.93 to earn Honorable Mention All-America accolades in the event for the second-straight year. In the preliminaries, Macedonia set her own Saints program record with a 56.48 to qualify for the consolation heat.
In other women's races Friday, St. Mary's junior Kelly Heyde was 22nd in the morning trials of the 200 butterfly. Her time of 2:09.24 missed qualifying for the evening championship races by just under three seconds. Heyde's qualifying time was 2:07.42.
Mary Washington's Megan DeSmit and Amber Kerico competed in the 100 breaststroke, but did not qualify for the evening championship races. DeSmit finished 24th out of 31 finishers (1:06.69), one place ahead of teammate Kerico (1:06.82).
To see complete results of the NCAA championship meet, click here.