I’m sure most of the schools in the NESCAC don’t really have times that are necessary to make the team. At many levels, in swimming, if you are willing to make the practices, the coach will keep you on the team. That said, last year it took a 1:12.67 in the 100 BR to make it into the 3rd final heat at the conference meet last year. The 200 BR time was 2:36.68. If your daughter is looking for goal times to reach going into next year, those would probably be solid bench marks. I’m sure if she is swimming anywhere near those times in high school, the college teams would love to have her.
My suggestion would also be to go to the Swim Team website for the school she is interested in and take a look at the Top Times the past few years. Granted, most top times take place at the NESCAC Championships but you will get a good sense of where she may fit in.