ARLINGTON, Va. - The Marymount University women's swimming team fell to Randolph-Macon College on Saturday afternoon in the Rose Bente Lee Center, 118-69, but it didn't go out with some strong events by senior Taylor Plumley and junior Hayley Elizondo.
Plumley and Elizondo each collected two top finishes in their only two individual races.
Plumley got it started in the 1,000-yard freestyle, touching the wall 42 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher from RMC, finishing in a time of 11:49.95. She followed it later in the meet in the 500-yard free, completing the race 14 seconds ahead of the field in a time of 5:17.52.
Elizondo, who remains perfect in all of her individual races this season, added two more victories to her resume including a new program record. She collected the first one in the 400-yard individual medley, being the only competitor to finish under five minutes. Cruising to a 4:26.86 finish, she crushed her previous program record of 4:37.28 by 11 seconds to further solidify herself in the program records. She continued her dominance in the 200-yard breaststroke, touching the wall in a time of 2:29.72 to take first. The time is a top-five finish in program history, but not good enough to break her program record set at last year's Capital Athletic Conference championship of 2:25.18.
Elizondo has now won all 10 events so far this season that she has raced in.
The Saints return to the pool on November 30 as they head to the Yellow Jacket Invitational for the two-day event.