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Hajnal’s Last Dip in the Pool for H2Okies


   

Erika Hajnal Swimming Erika Hajnal closed out her career on the H2Okies swimming team with strong performances in this year’s ACC and NCAA championships.


May 15, 2012 – Senior wildlife science major Erika Hajnal of Budapest, Hungary, closed out her career on the H2Okies swimming team with strong performances in this year’s ACC and NCAA championships. Virginia Tech hosted the ACC championships at the new Christiansburg Aquatics Center, where Hajnal earned silver medals in the 1,650-yard freestyle as well as the 400-yard individual medley, setting a new school record in that event. Her fourth-place finish in the 500-yard freestyle and sixth place in the 800-yard freestyle helped lead the H2Okies women’s team to a fourth place finish overall, their best finish since 2009. The team finished 18th at the NCAA’s, just behind Virginia, the ACC’s top finisher.

“It was a long journey and I enjoyed every minute of it,” said Hajnal of her time at Virginia Tech. “If I could go back in time, I wouldn’t change a thing!”


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