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SWIMMER COMPETES IN NCAA D-II CHAMPIONSHIP

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Posted on March 5, 2013

UPDATE: March 9, 2013

Junior swimmer Clarissa Enslin placed seventh and earned All-American honors in the 100-yard freestyle finals with a time of 51.27 seconds at the NCAA Division II Championships in Birmingham, Ala. 

She finished sixth out of 47 swimmers with a time of 50.88 seconds in the preliminary round before advancing to the finals. 


UPDATE: March 7, 2013

Junior swimmer Clarissa Enslin placed 20th in the 200-yard freestyle preliminary round at the NCAA Division II Championships in Birmingham, Ala.

Enslin finished with a time of 1:52.52 but did not advance to the finals.

On March 9 Enslin will conclude her competition on March 9 in the 100 freestyle race.


UPDATE: March 6, 2013

Swimmer Clarissa Enslin placed 30th today in the 50-yard freestyle during the preliminary round of competition at the NCAA Division II Championships in Birmingham, Ala.

Enslin finished with a personal best time of 23.91 seconds but did not advance to the finals.

On March 7 she will compete in the 200 freestyle event. Enslin is scheduled to conclude her competition March 9 in the 100 freestyle.


Original story:

Swimmer Clarissa Enslin, a junior, will compete in the 50-, 100- and 200-yard freestyle events at the NCAA Division II National Championships.

The championship will be held March 6-9 in Birmingham, Ala. 

Enslin’s first event will be the 50 freestyle preliminaries at 11 a.m. March 7.

A three-time All-American, Enslin won the 100 and 200 freestyle events last month at the PSAC championships at Mechanicsburg, Pa.  She won the 200 freestyle event for the third consecutive year.

Enslin earned All-American honors in the 200 freestyle last year, when she placed 13th, and in 2011, when she placed 7th. She also also part of the 2012 Cal U All-American 200 freestyle relay team, which finished fifth.