The Iowa State swimming and diving team defeated Nebraska-Omaha 153.5-104.5 and Northern Colorado 171-83 Friday night. The double dual was held in Omaha where the Cyclones swept the meet.
"It was a very solid meet for us tonight,"
head coach Duane Sorenson said.
Junior Chelsey Walden took first place in
the 1000 free with a time of 10:30.82 and in the 500 free (5:07.54). Senior Tami
Ritchie finished in fourth place in the 500 free touching the wall in
The 400 medley relay combination of seniors Maggie Peterson and
Kim Rogers, freshman Marni Benson and Lauren Breunig came in first place with an
impressive time of 3:56.74.
Ritchie also took home first place in the 200
free with a time of 1:56.88 while fellow senior Michelle Collins followed in
third place (1:59.52).
Freshman Marni Benson won the 100 breast
(1:05.86). Sophomore Krista Fehl placed third with a time of
Senior Kim Rogers touched the wall first with a time of 2:08.64
in the 200 fly.
Breunig finished first in the 50 free (24.49) and in the
100 free with a time of 52.54.
The Cyclones will stay on the road
traveling to Lincoln Saturday, Jan. 28 facing Nebraska at 1 p.m. Results
can be found at www.cyclones.com.
ISU Swept the Friday Meet
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