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LAKE TRAVIS, Texas --- The Texas A&M women's swim team grabbed the top three spots on its way to a team victory at the ASA Open Water Swimming National Championships on Saturday at Mansfield Dam Park.

Taking the top spot for the Aggies was 2012 Olympic finalist Cammile Adams, who covered the five-kilometer course in 1:01.51.3. Adams, who won the 200-meter butterfly at the U.S. Olympic Trials and went on to post A&M's highest individual finish at an Olympic Games with a fifth-place finish in London.

Trailing Adams were senior Maureen McLaine (1:02.23.2) and redshirt sophomore Lili Ibanez (1:04:34.0). Ibanez was competing in the maroon and white for the first time since last fall when a bicycle accident ended her collegiate season. She recovered in time to represent Mexico at the 2012 Olympic Games.

The Aggies scored 301 points to win the team championship, and were trailed by the University of Incarnate Word (180 points) and Trinity (178 points).

ASA Open Water Swimming
COLLEGIATE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
October 6, 2012
Lake Travis, Austin, Texas

2012 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

WOMEN
1st Place - Texas A&M (301 pts)
2nd Place - University of Incarnate Word (180 pts)
3rd Place - Trinity University (178 pts)

2012 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Women
1st Place - Cammile Adams, A&M, 1:01:51.3
2nd Place - Maureen McLaine, A&M, 1:02.23.2
3rd Place - Lili Ibanez, A&M, 1:04:34:0


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