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Audrey Campo Completes Historic Season at NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming Championships

Audrey Campo Completes Historic Season at NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming Championships

Courtesy of Scranton Athletic Communications

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Sophomore Audrey Campo of The University of Scranton women's swimming & diving team finished up individual action at the 2019 NCAA Championships on Saturday, taking part in three events total over the last few days at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.

Campo began competition at the NCAA Championships on Wednesday, taking part in the 50-free where she hit the wall in a time of 24.87 to finish 59th overall. After a day off on Thursday, Campo took part in the 100-breaststroke on Friday and finished 20th overall in 1:04.76.

Campo finished off the weekend at the NCAA Championships on Saturday morning, as she placed 24th in the 200-breaststroke, finishing with a time of 2:24.16.

Despite just missing out on qualifying for an evening final in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke events, Campo accomplished so much in her first season in the Scranton program in 2018-19.

In February at the Landmark Conference Championships, Campo won the individual conference crown in two events (400-IM and 200-Breaststroke). Earning an invitation to the NCAA Championships, Campo became the first Scranton women's swimmer on Wednesday to compete at the NCAA's since 2001.

She is now the fourth Royals swimmer to compete at a National Championship, joining Sarah Gazdalski (2001), Cathy Hadley (1988) and Marilyn Bogusch (1989).

For more on the 2019 NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships in Greensboro, click here.