TMLA SWIM team accomplishments . . .
TMLA 95 vs. St. John the Baptist 67
Katie Donlevy, Tara Mulligan and Georgia Goldman each had first place finishes in all of their events. Sara Schneider posted a best time in the 100 Fly!
TMLA 80 vs. SFP 90
Although TMLA suffered a loss to SFP for the first time in over 8 years, it was one of the best meets in league history! In addition to some first place finishes from Tara Mulligan, Katie Donlevy, Georgia Goldman, many girls had their best times: Diana Schneider in 100 Free; Sara Schneider dropped another 3 seconds from her best time the week before in the 100 Fly; Katie Donlevy in the 200 Free; Annie Codd and Amanda Doscher in the 100 Breaststroke.
SACRED HEART-cancelled due to hurricane
TMLA finished in 3rd place for the 4th year in a row, falling just behind Sacred Heart (2nd place) and St. Anthony’s (1st place). This championship meet was unique in that it was filled with various emotions after the storm and because it came down to the very last relay in order to pull ahead of SFP and finish in 3rd place.
Accomplishments from the meet:
State Qualifiers included the following:
Tara Mulligan in the 50 free (24.32) and 100 breaststroke (1:07.48). Tara finished in 1st place in the 50 free (2nd year in a row) and the 100 Breaststroke (3rd year in a row). She holds the league record in both events!
Georgia Goldman qualified for her first individual event in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:00.22.
Georgia and Tara also qualified for the State Championship in the 200 Free Relay along with Katie Donlevy and Monica Stefandl. This is Tara’s fourth year at states, Georgia’s second, and first time for Katie and Monica.
The team won the League Sportsmanship Award.
Tara Mulligan won Swimmer of the Meet (2nd year in a row) along with OLMA’s Bridget Moody and St. Anthony’s Kylie Danin.
NYS Championship held in Ithaca, NY
All TMLA girls qualified to swim in the finals. Tara Mulligan finished top 15 in both of her events (50 Free and 100 Breaststroke). Georgia Goldman finished top 25 in the 100 Back. The relay of Mulligan, Goldman, Katie Donlevy and Monica Stefandl finished in 28th place at finals.