Mary Rhyne Swims to Podium Finish at SunCoast Championships
Orlando, Fla.– Pfeiffer University swimmer Mary Rhyne earned a podium finish as she clocked a 1:21.76 in the 100-yard breaststroke at the SunCoast Championships in Orlando, Fla.
Rhyne, a junior from Lexington, N.C., earned her spot in the finals by racing to a sixth-place finish in the preliminaries with a 1:22.69.
In relay events, Pfeiffer placed seventh and ninth in the 200-yard freestyle race. The team of Tiffany Bartholomew, Samira Wolf, Natalia Gutierrez and Gina Myers returned a 1:47.46 while Ada McClendon, Haley Zoltoski, Rhyne and Kayleigh Hunt finished with a 2:03.99, taking ninth place.
In the 400-yard medley relay, Pfeiffer claimed sixth and seventh place.
Gutierrez, Bartholomew, Myers and Wolf managed a 4:37.59 while McClendon, Rhyne, Zoltoski and Hunt clocked a 5:22.19.
After day two, the Falcons stand in fourth place in the team standings with 274 points.
Complete results from day two of the SunCoast Championships can be viewed by clicking here.
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