Eagles Conclude Day Two in Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN.-- The University of Mary Washington Eagles compete in the second day of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, with both Jessica Singer and Amber Kerico competing on Thursday. 

Amber Kerico swam first for the Eagles on the day in the 100 fly. Kerico, who was seeded 37th going into the prelims, bumped herself up to 33rd after her race. Kerico finished with a time of 57.20.

Jessica Singer competed in the very next event, going in the 200 free. Jessica finished her prelim with a time of 1:54.50, good for 35th overall. 

"I am proud of the way these girls have competed so far. They each have their best events still to come this week, and I am really excited to see what they can accomplish," head coach Abby Brethauer said following the meet.

Both Singer and Kerico will compete later this weekend. Kerico will swim in the 100 breast tomorrow, followed by the 200 breast on Saturday. Singer will have the day off tomorrow, before her final race in the 1650 free.

Fans can go to http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d3 for more information on NCAA Division III Swimming.

To get up to the minute information on championship weekend, go to http://www.indianasportscorp.org/events/events-calendar/ncaa-swimming-diving. Live stats for the event can be found here: http://www.ncaa.com/diii-swimming-and-diving-live-scoring