In preparation for its 2013-14 season, the SMU women’s swimming and diving team held its annual intrasquad meet over the weekend.
“The intrasquad meet was a good opportunity four our team to race, practice relay starts and do some team building,” Head Coach Steve Collins said.
Arcila, a junior, and seniors Babok and Lexi Farrar won the 3×50-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:13.15, while junior Rachel Nicol and seniors Deanna Matthews andJordan Newman swept the 3×100-yard (3:21.61) and 3×50-yard (1:33.54) breaststroke relays.
Farrar, senior Rachel Balke and sophomore Caitlin Gutschenritter also swept the 3×50-yard (1:27.36) and 3×100-yard (3:10.10) backstroke relays. In the final event of the night, Nicol, Balke, Newman and Arcila won the 4×100-yard IM relay in a time of 4:10.14.
The red squad swept the butterfly relays, as Lindborg, a junior, and seniors Rangelova and Alice McCall finished the 3×100-yard in a time of 2:53.94, and junior Nicole Parmenter, sophomore Elizabeth Krane and McCall clocked in at 1:19.52 in the 3×50-yard.
The UNT Relays are scheduled for Friday at 5:30 p.m. CT in Southlake, Texas. Following the meet, the Mustangs have a week off and return to Perkins Natatorium Sept. 18-19 for the SMU Classic.
“The relay next week will give us the opportunity to practice our relay techniques with SEC, C-USA and American Athletic Conference teams,” Collins said. “Relays are a vital part of our team success and any competition involving relays is important.”
SMU finished the 2012-13 season at the NCAA Championship and tied for 24th.
This release was provided to SwimSwam by SMU Swimming and Diving.