Alicia Wilson Swims Tough Double at Cal-UCSD Off-Distance Meet

Cal vs UCSD – Women’s Dual

  • Saturday, December 18th, 2021
  • Legends Aquatic Center, Berkely, CA
  • SCY (25 Yards)
  • Results

Cal hosted UCSD for a women’s, non-scored dual meet featuring off-distance events. Cal put up a strong team performance in the 150 free, going 1-2-3. Elise Garcia won in 1:20.89, pulling away from teammate Eloise Riley, who took 2nd in 1:21.52. Cal’s Rachel Klinker swam a 1:22.41 for 3rd. Klinker went on to win the 300 freestyle in 2:54.83, leading a 1-2-3-4 charge by Cal. Emily Gantriis took 2nd in 2:55.70, Emma Davidson came in 3rd with a 2:56.84, and Ella Mazurek clocked a 2:58.19.

Izzy Ivey swam a 3:07.59 to win the 300 IM, a time which would translate to roughly 4:10 in a 400 IM. Alicia Wilson swam a really tough double, taking 2nd in the 300 IM with a 3:11.23, then turning around and winning the very next event, the 150 fly, in 1:28.47. It was a really tight finish in the 150 fly, with Sarah DiMeco (1:28.65) and Lizzy Cook (1:28.79) taking 2nd and 3rd. Fellow Golden Bear Annika McEnroe took 4th in a 1:29.69.

The 50 free was raced twice, back-to-back. Cal freshman McKenna Stone won both times, clocking a 24.13 in the first 50, and 24.09 the 2nd time. The 50 free was UCSD’s best team performance, as the Tritons took 2nd in both 50s. Mackenzie Lee clocked a 24.25 for 2nd in the first 50, and Miranda Renner swam a 24.47 for 2nd the 2nd time around.


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7 months ago

happened to be watching this meet in person with my younger brothers club team! pretty cool to see unique events like that

Trees First
7 months ago

Annicka McEnroe had it way harder than alicia. Alicia wilson did not swim well at all given she’s an “Olympic finalist”. She has not been impressive thus far

Reply to  Trees First
7 months ago

I hope you get a lump of coal in your stocking

Reply to  Trees First
7 months ago

The 300IM was a mystery IM so Wilson swam an order of breaststroke first. I think she gets a little more credit