Arizona All-American Kirsten Jacobsen swam faster than all but one of tonight’s seeds. It was her first best time in any event since 2018.
USC’s Laticia Transom, who put up the fastest split of the field in the 800 free relay, swims the individual 200 free today.
USC’s Laticia Transom, a sophomore, raced to a 1:44.75 in prelims. However, she was ultimately disqualified for a false start.
Weitzeil, one of the most versatile swimmers in the NCAA, also went 1:02.20 in the 100 breast and split a 48-high on their 400 free relay.
Fackenthal, a sophomore known primarily as a sprint freestyler and butterflier, ripped a lifetime best 52.83 to win the 100 back tonight against WSU.
Washington State will compete in its second home dual meet of 2019-20, hosting the Idaho Vandals on Friday at Gibb Pool.
Cholodovski Lima, the runner-up in the 50 free, went on to win both the 200 IM and 100 free decisively.
Reynolds hit the wall in 15:41.73, significantly dropping from his previous best of 15:52.22.
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.
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.
Jasmine Margetts (Washington State) pulled off a triple event win.
Washington State swept the events against Pac-12 opponent Oregon State while mily Cook broke the Gibb Pool 100 back pool record.
WSU senior Kendra Griffin secured an individual Cougar victory in her final NCAA dual meet. Griffin led the way in the 1000 free, touching the wall in 10:23.07 to help the Cougars sweep the event.