Men's Swimming & Diving
    Trojans Win Second Meet In As Many Days, Down UCSB, 179-78

    Junior Dylan Carter won twice at UC Santa Barbara on Saturday.
    Oct. 1, 2016

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    Junior Dylan Carter won a pair of races on Saturday (Oct. 1), one of nine Trojans who also posted first-place finishes as the USC men’s swimming and diving team defeated host UC Santa Barbara, 179-78, to improve to 2-0 in its second road meet in as many days.

    Carter won the 200y free in 1:37.90, posting the day’s only NCAA B cut in the early-season tilt. Sophomore Walker Bell was second in 1:41.55. Carter later came back to win the 100y free in 45.47.

    The Trojans won both relays, opening the competition as junior Ralf Tribuntsov, sophomore Carsten Vissering, Carter and sophomore Kyle Grissom won in 1:28.94.

    Junior Pawel Furtek captured the first individual event with a 9:41.57 in the 1000y free, winning with a 3.52 buffer. Tribuntsov took the 100y back in 48.53 to sophomore Patrick Mulcare’s 49.11. Mulcare later came back to win the 200y back in 1:49.02.

    Vissering won the 100y breast for the second day in a row with a 55.72 and was followed by a victory by senior co-captain Michael Domagala in the 200y fly (1:49.13).

    Freshman Mario Koenigsperger captured the 200y breast in 2:07.93, Grissom won the 50y free in 20.77 and Bell, a day after winning the 1000, won the 500y free in 4:40.13.

    USC wrapped up the meet with a win in the 200y free relay as Vissering, Carter, Tribuntsov and Grissom took first in 1:22.50.