GREENSBORO, N.C. – Guilford College placed ninth at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships, which concluded Sunday after three days at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The Quakers finished with 98 points.
Washington and Lee University led the nine-team field with 953 points, well in front of second-place Emory & Henry College, which had 585 points.
Guilford junior Morgan McKinnon earned the league’s Bonnie Kestner Sportsmanship Award according to a vote of the league’s head coaches. The announcement was made at the conclusion of the meet. McKinnon had the Quakers’ highest individual performance Sunday with a 17th-place time of two minutes, 57.77 seconds in the 200-yard breaststroke. She also swam the lead leg of Guilford’s 400 freestyle relay team that finished ninth in 4:42.04.
Guilford senior Kendra Medina also swam on the 400 freestyle relay. She turned in the fourth-fastest time in the 200 backstroke with a 20th-place performance in 2:35.48. Medina concludes her college career with four of the fastest times in school history in the 200 backstroke. She also has three of the top 100 backstroke times and two of the top-five 500 freestyle marks.
2014 ODAC Women’s Swimming Championships (team standings)
1. Washington and Lee 953
2. Emory & Henry 585
3. Randolph-Macon 481
4. Sweet Briar 349
5. Bridgewater 273
6. Greensboro 255
7. Notre Dame (Md.) 154
8. Hollins 113
9. Guilford 98