Huskies swim to pair of CAA wins

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ابغى اشتري اسهم Northeastern University (NU) women’s swimming and diving edged out a 179-174 victory against Towson University and soundly beat George Mason University (GMU) 197-155 at  GMU’s tri-meet in Fairfax, Virginia on Friday and Saturday. طريقة شراء الذهب عن طريق البنك

avdrag arbeta hemma Towson has won seven of the past nine Colonial Athletic Association championships, while NU came in fifth last year and has not won a championship title in the 33 years on record. NU’s victory over the Tigers was the first ever in a head-to-head match up against them.

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مساهمة شركت فوريكس “It was fantastic. I’ve been here for 24 years, and I would say it’s top three of all the dual meets we’ve ever had,” head coach Roy Coates said. “Couldn’t have gone better.”

forex trading The Huskies set 13 season bests and earned 23 first-place finishes. Coates was most impressed by the way the team performed despite having five athletes unable to compete due to illness or injury. forex bank kungsgatan öppettider Sophomore swimmer Carly Schnabel led the team, earning five first place wins. In the 500-yard freestyle, Schnabel set a new personal-record with her first place time of 4:59:08. tax on forex profits in india “It was a really encouraging meet for our team to feel like we actually can compete with the top teams in our conference, and we can compete well against them,” Schabel said. “This year we’ve been focusing on the team aspect, so just definitely keeping up a good attitude at practice, hard work throughout the season for everyone. That environment in itself breeds success.”

forex sälja mynt On the boards, junior diver Alyssa Seales claimed first overall in the three-meter and bested GMU in the one-meter.

forex oscillator trading “I feel really good about it. I’m really proud of everything we’ve accomplished this season, and it just feels really good to see everyone’s hard work finally paying off,” Seales said. “I think that everyone is really working towards bigger goals than we have before.” افضل برنامج لتعلم الاسهم Relays were a particularly strong point for NU, and the Huskies took home six first-place wins, four second-place finishes and eight third-place finishes. Freshman swimmer Megan Clark contributed to four first-place relay wins in addition to placing first once and third three times in individual events. The rest of the freshman continued to have a strong season, and overall six out of nine earned points.

jobba hemifrån kth Senior Taylor Ellis also swam well, finishing first in the 100-butterfly and contributing to the first place 200-medley relay.

اسعار الذهب في السعودية 2013 Next, the Huskies will travel to Rutgers University to compete in the Frank Elm Invitational Nov. 18-20.

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