Junior swimmer Jenni Clune (Bowie, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt) is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Clune won six medals, including one individual gold, at the Centennial Conference Championships over the weekend.
Clune picked up three individual medals, including the Shorewomen's first gold in three years. Her gold came in the 100 breaststroke in an NCAA Division III Championship provisional qualifying time of 1:05.03. She swam an even faster provisional qualifying time in the preliminaries, breaking her own school and Centennial Conference records with a 1:04.68. She won silver in the 200 individual medley in 2:09.90, breaking a 13-year old school record. She also won silver in the 100 freestyle in 52.69, bettering her own standard as the Shorewomen's second-fastest swimmer ever in that event.
Clune was a part of three medal-winning relay teams. She swam the anchor leg of the silver medal-winning 200 freestyle relay, which finished in 1:38.42 and the anchor leg of the silver medal-winning 400 freestyle relay, which finished in 3:35.09. She swam the breaststroke leg of the bronze medal-winning 400 medley relay, which finished in a school-record time of 3:57.62. She also swam the breaststroke leg of the fifth-place 200 medley relay, which finished in a school-record time of 1:48.77.
This is the third Shorewoman of the Week honor for Clune this season and the sixth of her collegiate career.