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.
San Diego’s Alex Hubel touched 1st in the 100 fly, winning with a time of 56.11.
WASHINGTON STATE VS. UCSB Results Hosted by UCSB Friday, September 29th 25 Yards Dual Meet Format FINAL TEAM SCORES Washington…