Eagles Return From Nationals
St. Peters, Mo. – Asbury set eight school records at the 2010 NAIA Swimming and Diving National Championships as the women place eighth overall and the men finished 11th. Four relay teams and four individual marks were broken as Asbury has set 18 school records in 2010 alone.
The women had two relay teams, 200 Medley Relay and 400 Medley relay, break school records. The 200 Medley squad of Ranay Ray, Abigail Sterneman, Larissa Martin, and Allie Hubach finished 7th overall in a time of 1:50.49. The 400 Medley also placed 7th with the same four swimmers finishing in 3:59.77. Ranay Ray’s 100 Backstroke time of 1:00.62 was also a school record. Allie Hubach also set a new team standard in the 100 Freestyle as she placed 6th with a time of 53.22. The 400 Freestyle Relay team of Ranay Ray, Ellen Worsham, Larissa Martin, and Allie Hubach with a time of 3:35.65.
The men set three new records including the 400 Freestyle Relay with Nathan Runtas, Trevor Ehrenheim, Blake Lawless, and Matt Hood coming in at 3:12.99, the team place 10th in the event. Ehrenheim also set new marks in the 200 and 400 Individual Medley’s, he placed 14th in the 400 IM with a time of 4:14.17 and swam the 200 IM in 1:59.30.
The Eagles put swimmers in the Top 8 in eight events. Four of the five Women’s Relay teams were in the Top 8 with the 400 Freestyle team placing 5th. Allie Hubach had the best finish for the women as she finished 6th in the 100 Freestyle, she would also place 8th in the 50 Freestyle. Ranay Ray finished 7th in the 400 IM, 14th in the 200 Backstroke, and 16th in the 100 Backstroke. Larissa Martin also had three Top 16 finishes, placing 9th in the 200 Butterfly, 12th in the 100 Butterfly, and 15th in the 200 IM. The lone Senior Abigail Sterneman placed 9th in the 200 Breaststroke and 10th in the 100 Breaststroke. Larissa Meadows placed 11th in the 100 Breaststroke and Lindsay Keyes was 15th in the 1650 Freestyle. The men’s top finishers were Matt Hodd, 6th in the 200 Freestyle and 10th in the 500 Freestlye, and Trevor Ehrenheim, 14th in the 200 Backstroke and 400 IM.