San Diego State Defeat In State and Conference Rivals U of San Diego

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The San Diego State University Aztecs took down rivals, the University of San Diego Toreros for a final score of 145-131. The Aztec girls started the meet on the right foot with a 1-2-3 finish in the 200-yard medley relay. The A team of Kate SantilenaCecilia ZaccarelliSummer Harrison and Sami Guttmacher touched the pads in 1:44.92, just ahead of teammates on the B team (1:47.21) and C team (1:48.64).

The Aztecs continued to garner valuable points with a 1-2 finish in the 1000-yard free when Francesca Arredondo clocked in in 10:15.73, ahead of her teammate Cori Casper, who finished in 10:29.47. Arredondo went on to win the 500-yard free, in 4:59.16, ahead of teammate Martina Marks (5:04.82).

The Toreros showed their strength in the 200-yard free event, with Jackie Taylor finishing 1st and Mackenna Briggs finishing 2nd, in times of 1:53.02 and 1:54.05 respectively.

Santilena and Zaccarelli went on to win the 100-yard back (57.31) and 100-yard breast (1:05.84) events respectively. Their teammates Harrison and Alexandria Caplan were both double winners. Harrison won the 200-yard fly (2:02.99) and 100-yard fly (54.99) and Caplan took victories on both diving boards, scoring 323.78 points on the 1m and 342.38 on the 3m.

Other victories of the day were:

  • 50 free: Taylor Johnson (23.15)(SDSU)
  • 100 free: Whitney Weisz (50.87)(SDSU)
  • 200 back: Natalie Ruiz (2:02.94)(SDSU)
  • 200 breast: Shannon Herman (2:24.82)(SDSU)
  • 200 IM: Rachael Kelch (2:07.08)(SDSU)
  • 400 free relay: Johnson, Weisz, Guttmacher, Harrison (3:28.18)(SDSU)

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Lani Cabrera

My name is Lani Cabrera and I’m from a small island in the Caribbean called Barbados. I am a senior on the swim team at Florida Gulf Coast University and I also swim for the Barbados National Team. I am studying Public Relations here at FGCU and I have always had …

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