The swimming and diving team defeated Northern Iowa 162-120 today in Cedar Falls. The Cyclones placed first in all but three events. The squad will face Iowa Fri. Dec., 9 at 7 p.m. in Beyer Hall.
The Cyclones started off the
meet with a first place finish in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:53.24.
The relay was made up of freshman Lindsay Wegner, seniors Lauren Breunig, Kim
Rogers and Michelle Collins. Following in second place was the team of
sophomore Emily Welborn, seniors Shannon Parker and Melissa Fender and freshman
Marni Benson (1:57.26).
Senior Tami Ritchie from Bloomington, Minn. came
away with a victory in the 1000 freestyle with a time of 10:39.82. Freshman
Madeline Crawford followed Ritchie in third place posting a time of
Junior Chelsey Walden led the Cyclones with a first place
finish in the 200 free (1:57.70) while senior Lydia Smirniotis placed second
with a time of 2:00.26 along with fellow senior Maggie Peterson in third place
Kim Rogers, senior from Cedar Falls, Iowa, posted a first
place time of 59.50 in the 100 backstroke. Juniors Lauren Breunig came in second
place (1:00.24) and Cassandra Nelson finished in third with a time of
Sophomore Krista Fehl placed first in the 100 breaststroke with
at time of 1:09.08 while senior Shannon Parker followed in second
Lindsay Wiesner, sophomore from Eden Prarie, Minn., hit the
wall first with a time of 2:14.45 in the 200 butterfly. Freshman Lindsay Wegner
finished in third place (2:17.29) and sophomore Emily Welborn came in fourth
with a time of 2:17.62.
Freshman Marni Benson placed second in the 50
free with at time of 25.92, senior Michelle Collins came in fourth (26.11),
freshman Britt Samuelson finished in fifth place posting a time of 26.20 and
senior Melissa Fender placed sixth (26.23).
Sophomore Kali Fryklund took
first place in the 1 meter diving competition with 219.08 points and freshman
Haley Haynes was in came in a close second with 218.76 points.
Rogers finished in first place with at time of 2:28.79 in the 200
Haley Haynes, The Woodlands, Texas native finished in first
place on the 3 meter board with 263.48 points.
Lydia Smirniotis, senior
from Homer Glen, Ill., took first place in the 200 individual medley relay with
at time of 2:16.02.
ISU Swimming and Diving Defeat UNI 162-120
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