BNFF wins dual against Northstar and recognizes senior diver

Last night BNFF won a home dual against Northstar. All the girl’s relays won, and the team brought home many individual championships and high placings. Mikya Lierman ’23 won her 200 IM and her 100 Fly. Josi Mans ’21 won her 500 Free and placed second in the 100 Back. Mikwena Lierman ’21 won her 50 and 100 Free races. Camryn Wisnieski ’21 placed third in the 500 Free. Ericka Kroeker ’22 placed second in the 100 Fly. Briaunna Knothe ’21 placed third in her 200 IM and fourth in her 100 Breast.

“I think it was one of my best meets,” Mikya said. “I got a PR in every event!”

In diving, senior Natalie Rogge placed fourth and Wisnieski placed second. Rogge was recognized for being a senior at the meet. Her coach announced what she is involved with and her future plans as she walked through a tunnel of fellow teammates. This is Natalie’s first and last year competing with BNFF after transferring from her high school in California. She has done diving on and off for the past four years. Next year, she will go to California State University Bakersfield to major in music and theater.

“I will miss the supportiveness of everyone,” Rogge said. “Everyone wants the best for each other, and it is very encouraging.”

BNFF is back in action at home for a dual on Monday, February 3.