Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Squads Defeat Wisconsin in Dual Meet Action|
Jan. 11, 2014
Both the men's and women's swimming and diving teams defeated Wisconsin in dual meet action on Saturday afternoon at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center in Los Angeles.
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 Christyalso 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 Gardelladded another Trojan victory in the 200y breaststroke (2:15.76).
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.