Seattle Women Edge Out Puget Sound

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November 25th, 2019 College, News

Seattle v. Puget Sound

Courtesy: Seattle Athletics

TACOMA, Wash. — The Seattle U women’s team extended its head-to-head win streak to four-straight on Saturday, as it notched six first-place finishes en route to a 142-118 win over Puget Sound.

The highlight of the day for the Redhawks were the sweeping wins in the 1000-yard Freestyle and 100 Breaststroke. Bryn Lasher led the way in the 1000 free as she clocked in at 11:19.85, while Caitlin Caruso and Audrey Dixon followed at 11:25.50 and 11:31.40, respectively.

Isabella Guadiamos took the top-spot in the 100 breast, as she touched in at a season-best time of 1:08.11. Caruso earned another second-place with a time of 1:10.75, while Darian Himes took third at 1:13.78.

Guadiamos later recorded a time of 5:25.13 for a third-place finished in the 500 Freestyle.

Tessa Oliver’s day featured a first-place finish in the 200 Butterfly by more than four seconds as she posted a time of 2:16.86, before adding a third-place finish in the 100 IM with a time of 1:02.18.

Cutting more than four seconds of her seeding time of 2:37.31, Michaela Day topped the field in the 200 Breaststroke by almost six seconds, posting a time of 2:33.34.

Emily Bakewell added to the Redhawk cause with a pair of second-place finishes in 200 fly and 200 breast, coming in at 2:21.22 and 2:39.99, respectively.

In the 100 Backstroke, Allison Plamondon was the top Seattle U finisher as she garnered second with a time of 1:10.45. Nikki Cooper meanwhile collected third-place points as she came in at 1:02.92.

In the 50 Freestyle, Lasher took second with a time of 24.16, while Julia Gorman’s time of 25.78 was good enough for third. Gorman then registered a second-place finish in the 500 Freestyle with season-best a time of 5:23.98.

Margaux Thompson finished third in the 100 Freestyle as she touched in at 57.96.

Danika Himes trimmed nearly a second and a half off her seeding time in the 100 free as she earned second with a time of 55.86. Himes then won the 100 Individual Medley as she clocked in at 59.85.

Sherlyn Devadason earned second in the 100 Butterfly, posting a time of 59.43.

Jayna Van Stone added second-place finishes in the the 200 Freestyle and 200 Backstroke. Van Stone clocked in at 1:58.55 in the 200 free, before touching in at 2:14.37 in the 200 back.

Maddie Rapp notched a pair of third-place finishes in the 200 Freestyle and 100 Butterfly as she posted respective times of 2:03.08 and 1:01.88.

In relay action, the quartet of Guadiamos, Plamondon, Dixon and Thompson posted a combined time of 1:40.99, winning the the 200 Freestyle. The team of Van Stone, Cooper, Devadason and Rapp began the day with a second-place finish in the 200 Medley as they clocked in at 1:54.76.

Seattle U will now rest and enjoy the Thanksgiving week off, before resuming action on Dec. 6 at the Husky Invite.

Courtesy: Paget Sound Athletics

TACOMA, Washington – Calista Skog won three individual races Saturday in Wallace Pool, but the Puget Sound women’s swim team lost to NCAA D-I Seattle University, 142-118.


Skog was the first to touch the wall in the 50-freestyle (24.56), 100-freestyle (53.37), and 100-butterfly (58.87). She teamed up with Maddie KrizIzzy Hendryx, and Kai Haven to finish second in the 200-freestyle relay (1:41.90).

Hendryx and Haven were on the first-place 200-medley relay team (1:53.00) with Lilia Jackson and Kelli Callahan. Hendryx also took first place in the 100-backstroke (58.96).

Callahan earned a first-place finish in both the 200-freestyle (1:56.10) and the  500-freetsyle (5:17.40).

Following Thanksgiving weekend, Puget Sound hosts the three-day Logger Invitational, Dec. 6-8.

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