Gracie Chelf and Colleen Frantz led the way at NEAC

This is the time of year Wooster swimmers live for and they got off to a great start at the Northeast Athletic Conference Championship held at Perry High School.

Gracie Chelf and freshman diver Colleen Frantz led the way as the Generals head into the most important part of the season.

Chelf shot down the field to win the 50 free with a 23.75, nearly a second and a half ahead of her closest competition to set a new NEAC Meet record as she won the 100 free with a time of 52.58.

“Everything has to be perfect in the 50 from start to the turn and Gracie is constantly working on those things,” said General’s swim coach Chris Matthew. “It was so amazing to see her performance today. We talked earlier that the next six weeks will be the pinnacle of her swimming career before she goes to Cleveland State University.”

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