PHOTO VAULT: LSU’s Purple-Gold Intrasquad meet

LSU kicked off its 2014-2015 season this weekend with its annual intrasquad meet, and the school has posted a gallery of photos from the competition, courtesy of Steve Franz.

The meet was an exciting one. As reported by our own Braden Keith:

With repeat top performances from the returning Tiger squad, plus a few freshmen upsets, Purple out-scored Gold 147 to 124 with wins in 17 of 28 events, running the purple team’s winning run to 5 out of the last 6 years.

Previous NCAA qualifiers Caley Oquist and Amber Carter helped propel the Purple 200 Medley Team to a first-place finish. Senior Amber Carter went on to win two individual events, the 50 free (23.25) and 100 fly (53.95), for the Purple.

You can read the full meet recap here.

Full results of the meet are available here.

You can see the full photo gallery here.

All photos courtesy of Steve Franz and Louisiana State University Swimming & Diving.

Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Megan Cox. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Harry Ackland. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Harry Ackland. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Michael Young. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Michael Young. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Jane MacDougall. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Jane MacDougall. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Alex Bettridge. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Alex Bettridge. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Jennifer Reese. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Jennifer Reese. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Colleen O'Neil. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Colleen O’Neil. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Elliot Dewlen. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Elliot Dewlen. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Daniel Helm. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

Daniel Helm. Courtesy of Steve Franz/LSUSports.net.

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