CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Freshman Samantha Kenis broke the women's 200 backstroke record twice on the final day of the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) swimming and diving championship hosted by MIT.
The Bears were fourth with 608 while MIT was the champion with 1259.5.
Kenis was fourth in the prelims swimming 2:08.63, breaking Kim Shadwick's record of 2:11.69 set in 2011.She broke her own record in the finals finishing fourth again in 2:07.96.
In the 200 breaststroke, Coast Guard had two top ten finishes as freshman Addy Rutkoske was eighth (2:27.63) and junior Kaitlyn Toth was tenth (2:32.12).
The Bears will wait to see if they have any qualifiers for the upcoming NCAA Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina from March 16-19.