Dual Meet Results
The Simon Fraser Clan took on the Seattle Redhawks today in Seattle. The women’s meet was fairly even, with Simon Fraser eventually coming out on top 140.5-119.5.
Lauren Swistak led the way for SFU, winning three individual events. She won the 100 free (53.89), 100 fly (57.99), and 200 fly (2:04.08). Also picking up wins for the Clan was Karen Castillo (1000 free), Robyn Lee (200 free), Maran Kokoszka (100 back), and Megan Barrack (500 free). They also went 2-for-2 in relays, taking the opening 200 medley over Seattle by a slim margin, 1:48.14 to 1:48.43. They then won the 400 free relay handily to close out the meet. Swistak swam on the 400 free relay giving her four victories on the day.
What Swistak did for Simon Fraser, Blaise Wittenauer-Lee did for Seattle. She won three individual events, taking the 100 breast (1:03.21), 200 breast (2:18.03), and 200 IM (2:07.08). Other winners for Seattle was Madi Lydig (200 back), and Paige Treff (50 free). Treff also finished 2nd in the 100 free, losing out to SFU’S Swistak by 0.02.
The Redhawks dominated the Clan on the men’s side, claiming 8 out of 12 individual events. They won by a score of 150-109.
Mitchell Crossen, Morgan Monemayor and Jack Baldoni each had two wins each for Seattle. Crossen took the 100 free (47.35) and 200 free (1:43.74), Monemayor won the 100 back (50.66) and 200 back (1:51.34), and Baldoni was victorious in the 100 fly (48.96) and 200 fly (1:51.38). Monemayor and Baldoni were also instrumental in Seattle’s 200 medley relay win to start off the meet.
Also winning for Seattle was Tanner Schelling in the 100 breast (56.39) and Connor Webb in the 200 breast (2:06.96).
Simon Fraser had a tough time against a talented Seattle squad, but still managed to pickup a few wins. Mackenzie Hamill won both the 500 free (4:40.20) and 1000 free (9:34.08), Justin Kiedrzyn won the 50 free (21.50), and Adrian Vanderhelm won the 200 IM (1:54.54). Simon Fraser closed out the meet with an impressive win in the 400 free relay, beating Seattle by almost two seconds 3:06.13 to 3:08.05. SFU won off the strength of a 45.7 anchor from Vanderhelm.