Ramapo’s women’s swim earn a win and a loss

This week, Ramapo’s women’s swim team went up against The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) and William Paterson University (WPU). The team earned themselves a loss and a win respectively, putting them at 1-3 overall. 

On Saturday, the Roadrunners went up against the Lions, where TCNJ secured a 169-86 victory.  

Sophomore Alazne Sudupe placed first in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 2:20.90 for Ramapo. Fellow Roadrunner Meghan Cortez-Fields followed her in third place with a time of 2:26.64. 

In the 50-yard freestyle event, Roadrunners Valeria Pages and Cami Yovich placed second and third with times of 26.84 and 26.90, respectively. 

Cortez-Fields secured first place in the 100-yard butterfly event with a time of 1:01.67, overcoming Sofia Hall and Maya Randall who were fighting for the lions. 

This past Tuesday saw the Roadrunners swimming to victory against WPU. Ramapo secured a 136-43 win, taking nine out of the 10 events in WPU’s own pool. 

The 200-yard medley saw a first place win with a team of Sudupe, Cortez-Fields, Pages and Grace Korey. The four had a combined time of 1:58.40. 

The 100-yard butterfly event also saw a win from the roadrunners with Cortez-Fields touching the wall in 1:02.51. She was closely followed by teammate Sudupe, who placed second with a time of 1:05.45. 

Fifi Amanuel went on to place first in the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 6:15.70. Amanuel was followed by Ramapo’s Keila Fane in second with a time of 6:37.29. 

Up next, the Roadrunners will take part in the Cougar Splash held this weekend in Dallas, Pennsylvania.




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