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Women's Swimming and Diving - NCAA III National Championships

Date:March 20, 2013
Results:Live stats
Location:Shenandoah, Texas

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Day One Results: Clare Slagel swam her bonus event during today's first day of the three-day NCAA III National Swimming and Diving Championships. Slagel placed 22nd from the field of 36 competitors in the 500 freestyle Slagel posted a time of 5:01.65, breaking her own school record (5:04.53) by three seconds.

Slagel will return to the pool for the 100 backstroke on Friday and the 200 backstroke on Saturday.

Day Three Results: Clare Slagel earned All-America honors thanks to a fourth place finish in the A Finals of the 100 backstroke. Slagel, the only freshman in the A Finals field, posted a time of 55.72. Celia Oberholzer of Kenyon won the individual title with a new NCAA III record of 53.46.

Slagel qualified for the A Finals with a new school record time of 55.31. She broke her own mark of 55.70.

With this honor, Slagel becomes the third Luther female swimmer to earn individual All-America honors and the first since 2008. 

Slagel will wrap up this year's national finale tomorrow when she will compete in the 200 backstroke. 

Complete Friday Finals Results

Day Four Results: Clare Slagel earned All-America honors for the second time placing third in the 200 backstroke tonight. Slagel posted a time of 1:59.40 that was a new school record. Kirsten Nitz of Wheaton College won the individual title clocked at 1:57.30.

Complete Saturday Finals Results

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