Tribe Women Host Towson in Season Opener
Updated: Sunday 10/09/2015 (ET)
by Jacob Skipper
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The William & Mary women's swimming team begins the 2015-16 season this weekend, hosting CAA Champion Towson at 1 p.m. at the Rec Center Pool.  Fans who are not in town can follow along with live stats on the internet, or on the Meet Mobile app.

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Scouting the Tribe
W&M placed third at the CAA meet last winter for the third-straight season, and scored it's most points since winning the conference in 2007.  W&M returns two-thirds of its championship swims, including defending 100 back champion Sophie Rittenhouse (London, England), as well as half of the 200 free relay in Jaimie Miller (Houston, Texas) and CAA Rookie of the Year Abby Mack (Wayne, Pa.).  Also back are three of the four members of the gold-medal 200 medley relay, including Rittenhouse, Annie Valls (Miami, Fla.), and senior Jessie Ustjanauskas (West Hartford, Conn.).  W&M is looking for its first win against Towson since the 2005-06 season.

Scouting the Tigers
Towson has won seven of the last eight CAA titles, and return 72% of its gold-medalists from a year ago.  The Tigers have already competed twice this season, placing third at the All-Florida Invitational in September and winning the Potomac Relays last weekend.  Returning for Towson is reigning CAA Swimmer of the Year Macey Arnold in the distance events, as well as Jenna Van Camp (breaststrokes), Charlotte Holz (back/IM), Christine Hammond (IM), and Kendall Krumenacker (distance).

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