Swimming Falls to the College of Charleston and North Florida

CHARLESTON, S.C.- In its final league competition of the regular season, Campbell swimming fell to both the College of Charleston (168-65) and North Florida (147-83) Saturday afternoon at the Stern Center. The Camels will not see another league opponent until Feb. 21 when they compete at the CCSA Championships in Huntersville, N.C.

Campbell (4-12, 4-10 CCSA) saw Heidi Shallow maintain her quality production winning an event and finishing second in another. In the 9th event of the meet, Shallow finished second in the 200-meter individual medley (2:31.15) and followed with Campbell's only event victory of the day besting the field in the 200-meter breaststroke with a time of 2:41.15. The junior also guided the Camels' 200-meter medley relay team to a third-place finish (2:09.37).

Sophomore Jackie Kenline and freshman Ashlyn Stumpf earned valuable points grabbing second-place times each. Kenline touched second in the 200-meter freestyle (2:12.26), while Stumpf was runner-up in the 50-meter freestyle (27.78) and 100-meter freestyle (2:31.15). Kenline and Stumpf paced Campbell's 200-meter freestyle relay team that placed second swimming a time of 1:53.49.

Sara Gardocki and Brittany Fieldson paced the College of Charleston (4-6, 4-3 CCSA) and were double event winners en route to dropping both North Florida (145-97) and Campbell. Gardocki earned her first victory in the 800-meter freestyle (9:20.18) and capped her day off in the 400-meter freestyle (4:38.48), while Fieldson topped the field in the 50-meter freestyle (27.49) and 100-meter freestyle (1:00.14).

North Florida (6-7, 4-3 CCSA) had three event winners including Megan Bourdreau, Patricia Lanoue and Emily Shaw. Bourdreau was first in the 200-meter freestyle (2:10.20) and Lanoue was victorious in the 200-meter butterfly (2:25.46), while Shaw was triumphant in the 200-meter backstroke (2:27.23).

Campbell will head to the Port City Saturday, Feb. 9 for a non-conference dual against the Seahawks of UNC Wilmington. The meet is slated to begin at 11 a.m.