Foley’s top three finishers beat Mountain Hawks in loss to Army

WEST POINT, NY – Fifth year senior Anne Foley again dominated the pool in her events, swimming to three top spots on the night, but it was enough to lead Lehigh’s women’s swimming and diving team to victory over Army West Point, falling 190-109 Friday night at Crandall Pool. The loss is the Mountain Hawks’ third straight (4-3, 2-2 PL) to wrap up the season doubles encounter for the 2021-22 campaign.

Foley totaled three of Lehigh’s top six finishes for the competition, while the first years Nathalie Martin and Maggie Mikalic each swam to victories in their events, while a relay team took the Mountain Hawks to victory in the final event of the evening.

Martin opened the night with a victory in the 1,000 free yards clocking 10:33.79. Mikalic came in second with a time of 10:38.08.

Foley earned his first of three wins in the 200-yard freestyle clocking 1:51.82. She also had victories in the 50 free yards (23.57) and 100 free yards (51.41).

Mikalic won the 500 yard freestyle with a time of 5:09.68 while Martin was second this time around at 5:12.07.

The Mountain Hawks closed out the night with a 400-yard freestyle relay victory as the team Ashley Carper, Christmas FresaMikalic and Foley swam to a time of 3:30.00.

Lehigh is taking part in the final meet before the Patriot League Championships next weekend at an ESU invite hosted by East Stroudsburg. The quadruple encounter will feature ESU, Kutztown and Millersville. The event starts at 1 p.m.

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