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“We have beaten them in the past,” Ellis said. “And I think with all the hard training we’ve put in in practice and at meets, that this coming February, with all of that behind us, I think the results will definitely be different and we’ll come out on top.”

Against UD, NU swimmers edged out a victory in every race except for the 200-yard butterfly. Sophomore Carly Schnabel and Ellis led the team against both schools, notching 49 and 31 points, respectively. Schnabel achieved first place overall in the 200 and 500-yard freestyle, while Ellis took home second overall in the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke.

Junior Sara Touchette-McGowan also had a stand out performance, setting the Drexel pool record for the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 56.72 seconds and earned 19 individual points.

The divers started the new year with a splash: Junior Alyssa Seales came in first place for the 1-meter and third for the 3-meter, followed by junior Caroline Gonsalves, who placed third on the 3-meter board and fourth in the 1-meter.

Last year, NU divers racked up more points than any other team, which Gonsalves hopes to do again.

“Diving’s obviously a really mental sport so it was really hard after such a long week of training and traveling,” Gonsalves said. “We did a really good job of supporting each other and getting the dives off the board the best we could.”

NU’s record is now 5-2 overall and 2-2 within the conference. Next, the Huskies will face off with the University of Vermont at home on Saturday.

“I feel really confident,” Ellis said. “I feel that we’re getting ready. I know we still have a lot more meets left and we still have a lot more training to do, but I know the training we’ve put in has shown results before at the mid-season meet, and so with even more training and practice and putting in that hard work, I think we’ll be ready for championships in February.”

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics