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Result: PIlhofer 3rd in 50 free (All-America)

Women's Swimming & Diving at NCAA Division III Championships

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 – All Day at Shenandoah, Texas - Conroe Natatorium

Pilhofer Concludes Competition at NCAA Championships

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Sophie Pilhofer, Women's Swimming and Diving headshotDAY 1 RECAP  |  DAY 2 RECAP 

SHENANDOAH, Texas –Sophie Pilhofer (Sr./Inver Grove Heights, Minn./Visitation) saw the curtain come down on her collegiate swimming career as she placed 18th in the 100-yard freestyle on the final day of competition at the NCAA Division III Swimming Championships. Pilhofer turned in a time of 51.74, missing a spot in the consolation final by 0.11 second.

This was her third event at the national meet. She placed third overall in the 50-yard freestyle on Wednesday, earning her first All-America award. Pilhofer also raced in the 100-yard butterfly on Thursday, turning in a lifetime-best mark of 58.00.

 

Carleton results at the 2013 NCAA Championships:

WED., MARCH 20
Women’s 50-yard freestyle — Sophie Pilhofer – (23.28, 3rd place – All-America)
Men’s 50-yard freestyle — Erik Klontz – (19.86, 2nd place – All-America)

THU., MARCH 21
Women’s 100-yard butterfly — Sophie Pilhofer (58.00 – personal record)
Men’s 200-yard freestyle relay — Erik Klontz, Mamoru Kanazawa, Stephen Grinich, George McAneny (1:23.24, 16th place – All-America Honorable Mention)
Men’s 200-yard freestyle — Mamoru Kanazawa (1:42.49)
Men’s 200-yard freestyle — Erik Klontz (1:43.08 – personal record)

FRI., MARCH 22
Men’s 800-yard freestyle relay —Mamoru Kanazawa, Erik Klontz, Stephen Grinich, George McAneny (19th, 6:58.29)

SAT., MARCH 23
Women’s 100-yard freestyle — Sophie Pilhofer (51.74)
Men’s 100-yard freestyle — Erik Klontz (45.02, 7th place – All America)
Men’s 400-yard freestyle relay — Erik Klontz, Mamoru Kanazawa, Stephen Grinich, George McAneny (3:03.47 – school record)