After day two from the Dragon Invite, NSU swimming finished second overall as a team with multiple top-eight individual finishes. As a team, the Wolves combined for 595.5, behind first place team MSU Moorhead.
The Wolves began prelim competition with a first place finish in the 800 yard freestyle relay as Kayla Sproles, Edda Skoric, Kalina Emaus, and Hannah Kastigar completed in 8:02.42. NSU continued success in the 400 yard medley relay as Skoric, Kastigar, Kady Harris and Sproles claimed another top-two finish.
Skoric clinched individual first place finishes with a time of 1:59.25 in the 200 yard freestyle and second place in the 100 yard backstroke with a time of 1:01.41. Sproles finished with two third place titles, completing the 50 yard freestyle in 26.24 and 100 yard freestyle in 56.70.
Kastigar earned victories in both the 100 yard butterfly and the 200 yard IM, hitting the wall in the 100 butterfly in 57.08 and the 200 yard IM in 2:05.54.
Emaus earned another long distance placement, notching second in the 500 yard freestyle with a 5:28.55 finish.
In the final relay event, the Wolves tallied a second place finish in the 400 yard freestyle. Sproles, Skoric, Josie Gillund and Kastigar completed the race in 3:42.78.
Kamie Wagar received a personal record in the 50 yard butterfly, while Maida Walters and Ashley Dunn got a season best in the 500 yard freestyle and 200 yard IM respectively in the prelims. Gentry Musgrove and Amy Wockenfuss also earned season bests in the meet.
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