Marshall, Nadow represent Saint Michael's on NE-10 Weekly Honor Roll
COLCHESTER, Vt. - Saint Michael's College swimming & diving senior Andrew Marshall (Kittery, Maine/Saint Thomas Aquinas/Saint Joseph's [Maine]) and sophomore Steph Nadow (Charlton, Mass./Saint Peter-Marian) were both named to the Northeast-10 Conference Weekly Honor Roll for the week ending on Sunday, Jan. 13. Nadow was lauded for the fourth time this year, and Marshall for the third occasion.
Marshall posted eight top-three finishes in three dual meets last week. Against Bentley University on Wednesday, he won the 1,000-yard freestyle (10:42.80), was second in the 500 free, helped the 400 free relay take third, and swam the fastest 50 free leg of the 200-yard individual medley competition while finishing fourth in the race. Versus The College of Saint Rose on Saturday, he won the 500 free (5:09.11) before finishing 1.27 seconds short of a win in the 1,000 free, taking second (10:37.54). He also swam for the third-place 400 free relay. Against Le Moyne College on Sunday, Marshall was second in the 1,000 free, swam a leg for the second-place 200 medley relay and fourth-place 200 free relay, and placed fourth in the 500 free.
Nadow posted eight top-two finishes, including five victories, last week. Against Bentley, she won the 200-yard backstroke (2:20.09) by 1.31 seconds; was second in the 100 back (1:04.88), just 0.8 seconds short of the winner; swam for the third-place 400-yard medley relay, with her leadoff 100 back leg (1:03.55) 1.79 seconds faster than that on the winning foursome; and swam for the fourth-place foursome in the 400 free relay. Versus Saint Rose, she won the 100 back (1:03.88) by 3.13 seconds and completed a leg for the winning 400 free relay (4:06.30), as well as helping the 400 medley relay take second. Against Le Moyne, she won the 50 back (30.08) and 100 back (1:04.12) - taking the 100 by 3.67 seconds - swam for the runner-up 200 medley relay, and helped the 200 free relay lead by nearly three seconds after three legs before the foursome finished fifth.
For the season, Marshall paces the men's team with nine overall victories, including eight during individual events, after winning just once as a junior, during a relay. Nadow has a team-high 16 for the women, 13 of which were of the solo variety, after picking up six victories last winter, just three in individual races.
The Purple Knights head to Saint Lawrence University on Sunday for a 1 p.m. dual meet. The Purple and Gold men stand 1-5, while the women have posted a 3-3 mark.