UCLA took down Pac-12 opponent Washington State in Pullman, WA on Saturday, winning 10 of 14 events.
The Cougars went into the 2nd day of competition lagging behind Wyoming, but managed to pass the hosts up on day two, winning 7 of the 10 events.
Washington State will compete in its second home dual meet of 2019-20, hosting the Idaho Vandals on Friday at Gibb Pool.
In Matt Leach’s first season as head coach, MacKenzie Duarte (above) dropped a ton of time to qualify for the NCAA Championships.
The final prelims session of the meet features the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
The Washington State swim team will welcome Utah to Gibb Pool Saturday, Feb. 16 at 11 a.m. for their final dual meet of the season. The Cougars will honor senior Linnea Lindberg at the meet.
Mackenzie Duarte took the breast events, leading a 1-2-3 punch for WSU in the 100 breast.
Over the weekend, Runge went 50.64 in the 100 free and 1:49.44 in the 200 free, winning both.
First-year head coach Matt Leach said, “we won seven events, and haven’t won that many events against such a powerful team ever before.”
Fountaine came to Washington State this Fall with a best time of 1:52.46 in the 200 free, and set new personal bests no less than 6 times in that event through the Phill Hansel Invite in Houston on November 16th-18th.
Fountaine, who came into her collegiate career with a personal best of 1:52.46 in the 200 free, won the 200 free with a 1:49.27.
The Washington State Cougars, which are coming off a 1-1 showing last weekend, welcome Wyoming to Gibb Pool Nov. 9 at 5 p.m., for the teams’ first meeting since 1993-94.
McCoy is Washington State’s only swimmer currently ranked in the top 10 in the Pac-12. Her season best 2:01.86 200 back is currently ranked 10th
The Cougars welcome Northern Arizona to Gibb Pool Friday, Nov. 2 at 3 p.m., and California on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m.
Jasmine Margetts (Washington State) pulled off a triple event win.