DETROIT, Mich. ÃƒƒÃ‚¢Ãƒ‚Ã‚€Ãƒ‚Ã‚“ The third day ofcompetition at the GLIAC Swimming and Diving Championships is in the books.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ The water in the pool has settled and the Aqua-ÃƒƒÃ‚¢Ãƒ‚Ã‚€Ãƒ‚Ã‚˜Cats sit in fifth place in thestandings with 256 points.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ Indianapolis is leading the meet with 562 points.
For Northern Michigan University in the first event of thefinals which was the 400-yard I.M., Larisa Graham won her second event of themeet with a time of 4:35.53.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ The time set a new pool record at Wayne State University.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ The old record was 4:36.80 that was set by Lynn Schermer of Oakland University in 1990.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ Mimi Marschall was fourth in the event with a time of4:42.87.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ Anna Herman placed in the next event which was the 100 butterfly.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ She swan a 1:00.20 which was good for sixth place.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚
Marschall scored points in her second event of the night asshe was eighth in the 200 freestyle (2:01.27).ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ Cricket Knight was 16thin the event (2:02.86).ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ Sarah Dobratz was 11th in the 100backstroke (1:03.02).
The final event of the day was the 800 freestyle relay.ÃƒƒÃ‚‚Ãƒ‚Ã‚ Thetandem of Graham, Marschall, Lindsey Vermillion and Dobratz were third in theevent (7:58.19).
The meet will conclude tomorrow (Feb. 19).