NEWARK, Del. - The Towson women's swimming and diving team remained undefeated and capped off a perfect CAA schedule Saturday with a road victory at Delaware, winning the meet 205-95. With the win, the Tigers improved to 10-0 this season, including an undefeated 6-0 mark in Colonial Athletic Association meets.
"Great accomplishment for our women to remain unbeaten in CAA dual meets again," Towson head coach Pat Mead said. "With six weeks left in the season, now we really have to step it up."
Junior Kaitlin Burke was outstanding for the Tigers, winning the 100-, 200- and 500-yard freestyle events for Towson. Her time of 4:55.58 in the 500-yard freestyle was part of a Towson effort that saw the Tigers claim the top four finishes in the event.
Junior transfer Courtney Sepich also had a strong meet for Towson, placing second in both the 100- and 200-yard backstroke events. Sepich finished just behind teammate Melanie Rowland in the 200-yard backstroke, as she won the event in 2:05.48.
On the diving boards, sophomore Lyndsey Dickson put together her second consecutive quality performance, winning the three-meter dive with 289.05 points and placing second in the one-meter event with 269.25 points. Freshman teammate Hannah Ostrem took first in the one-meter with 277.57 points for Towson.