Deringer, a strong breaststroker and IMer, has serious scoring capabilities for the Pack, especially with the loss of two of their best swimmers.
In a very tight 50 free A final, San Diego State’s Elizabeth Menzmer clocked a 22.38 to get her hand on the wall first.
In their last meet before Pac-12 Championships, the Washington State women defeated Nevada 142-119. The meet was also Nevada’s senior night.
The University of Nevada have added four new faces to the roster for Spring 2022 and all are poised to make a big impact at the Mountain West Championships.
On Friday, Nevada traveled to California to take on Fresno State. The Pack defeated the Bulldogs 180-120. Nevada is now 4-0 in dual meets.
UNLV is just 10 points behind heading into Day 3 of the meet, while two-time defending champions San Diego State are in 3rd, just 45 points out from first.
She dropped 2.57 seconds from her season best in the 200 breast, finishing in 2:15.75.
Nevada’s Wiktoria Samula and Laura Isabel Vazquez Lopez have notched MW Swimming and Diving Peak Player of the Week honors.
Now 4-0 in dual meets, the Nevada swim and dive program continues to dominate in the pool, defeating UC Davis 190-106 on Saturday afternoon.
The Nevada women continue to roll past opponents, taking a 179-102 win over Fresno State on Friday for their third straight dual meet win.
Nevada Sophomore Wiktoria Samula swept the breaststroke events.
The Nevada swim team opened its season in a relay meet against Washington State, San Diego State and Idaho, taking the title with 182 points.
Head Nevada swimming and diving coach Brendan Bray has signed nine student-athletes to compete for the Wolf Pack in 2018-19.