HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth women’s swimming and diving team dropped a pair of meets to Cornell and Harvard on Saturday afternoon at Karl Michael Pool. The Big Red won the dual, 160-140 and Harvard easily won 201-99.

The Big Green placed second in the 200-Medley Relay with a time of 1:46.03.

Sophomore Kendese Nangle finished first in the 200-Back in 2:04.81, second in the 50-Free in 23.65 and third in the 100-Back in 56.63.  Nangle and two other Harvard swimmers broke the pool record, which was originally set by Nangle on February 2, 2013.

Senior Danielle Kerr finished second in the 200-Fly at 2:07.97. Sophomore Heather Laedtke hit the pad second in the 100-breast in 1:05.81 and classmate Charlotte Kamai finished second in the 100-Free at 51.73.

Sophomore Emily Holt finished fourth in the 100-Fly and the Green placed third in the 400-Free Relay.

Dartmouth will return to the pool December 6-8, when they race in duals against Brown and host Princeton.