crimson’s hinkle takes 100 back; margin of victory = .01


When Penn’s Sara Coenen was scratched from the Ivy Championships due to injury, one of the major questions that needed answering was which school/student-athlete would benefit from the absence of the Quaker star?

Harvard’s Katy Hinkle was the answer. The speedy sophomore edged out a final charge from Princeton’s Megan Waters by .01 to take the title with a 55.50. Couple that with the fact that the aforementioned Coenen’s winning time from a year ago was 55.52. Not to mention all three competitors, barring any injury setbacks, will be back a year from now to compete once again.

Mark it down… because it will be the most anticipated race in 2010. But for 2009, it was Hinkle’s victory party. An Ivy League champion yet again (50 Free in 2008).


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race recaps

200y FREE RELAY -- Pre | Final
500y FREE -- Pre | Final
200y IM -- Pre | Final
50y FREE -- Pre | Final
1m DIVING -- Pre | Final
400y MEDLEY RELAY -- Pre | Final
200y MEDLEY RELAY -- Pre | Final
1000y FREE -- Timed Final
400y IM -- Pre | Final
100y FLY -- Pre | Final
200y FREE -- Pre | Final
100y BREAST -- Pre | Final
100y BACK -- Pre | Final
3m DIVING -- Pre | Final
800y FREE RELAY -- Timed Final
1650y FREE -- Final
200y BACK -- Pre | Final
100y FREE -- Pre | Final
200y BREAST -- Pre | Final
200y FLY -- Pre | Final
400y FREE RELAY -- Timed Final

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