NORTON, Mass. -- After earning three victories on Friday, Wellesley College swimming & diving went on to win 12 of 17 events on Saturday at the 2015 Wheaton Invitational.
Both Harris and Ren then went on to pick up a pair of individual victories on the day, as both added to the individual victories they earned on Friday. Harris touched the wall first with a time of 4:51.36 in the 400-IM, she then went on to win the 100-Breaststroke with a time of 1:11.55.
Ren was the top-finisher in the 100-Fly, clocking in under a minute with a time of 58.97, and the 100-Back (1:00.32).
Augst also added an individual event victory, winning the 200-Free with a time of 2:00.41.
In all, seven members of the Blue recorded the top time in an individual event: Fiona Chung delivered a 26.88 performance in a 50 Yard time trial. Furman then took the 100-Free with a time of 57.12, while Lindsey Wu won the the 200-Breaststroke in 2:32.32.
Junior Misha Olynyk capped off Wellesley's run of individual swimming event victories with one of her own, winning the 200-Fly in 2:22.36.
In diving, first year Emily Moore delivered a winning performance of 441.05 on the 1-meter board to win. In the 3-meter, senior Gabby Cooper-Vespa was the Blue's top finisher at 390.20. A strong showing from Cooper-Vespa saw her finish within five points of first and a point of second.
Wellesley will now look forward to the 2015 New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Swimming & Diving Championships in two weeks (February 19-22) at WPI.