Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Squads Defeat Wisconsin in Dual Meet|
Jan. 11, 2014
The men defeated the Badgers 151-124 to advance to 3-0 in dual meets on the year, while the women's squad won 154-103 to improve to 5-0.
In the 1000y freestyle, senior Lynette Lim and sophomore Nikki Chang finished first and second, respectively, with times of 10:07.02 and 10:09.62. The Trojans completed a sweep in the 500y freestyle, as Tosky (4:50.54) finished first, freshman Chelsea Chenault (4:53.19) second and Lim (4:55.90) third.
In the 100y backstroke, Stewart took home first by almost two seconds with a time of 55.23.
Carlson won her first individual victory of the day in the 100y breastroke with a time of 1:02.69. Freshman Jamie Christy also got on the podium, coming in third with a time of 1:06.57. She then won the 100y free (49.40, NCAA `B' qualifying time), while finishing second in the 50y free (22.85, NCAA `B' qualifying time).
Chenault took first in the 200y butterfly (2:02.56), while Hawthorne won the 200y backstroke (2:01.70). Senior Stina Gardell added another Trojan victory in the 200y breaststroke (2:15.76).
On the men's side, the Trojans took home first and second in the 200y medley relay with times of 1:27.16 and 1:28.57, respectively.
Junior Christian Quintero took first in the 200y free with a NCAA "B" qualifying time of 1:37.88.
In the 200y buttefly, freshman Michael Domagala and Singley took first and second, respectively.
Sophomore Maclin Davis also came through with a victory on the day, taking first in the 100y fly with a time of 49.03.
The men will return to the pool Jan. 17-18 at the SMU Classic in Dallas, Texas. The women's squad will remain at home and will be back in action on Friday, Jan. 31 as they host California in a Pac-12 dual meet at 3 p.m.