UCLA Women, UCSB Men Finish A3 Invitational Strong, Win Titles


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  • Hosted by UCSD
  • Thursday, November 17th-Saturday, November 19th
  • 25 yards
  • Invite format

Linnea Mack put in one more session of strong swimming to close out the A3 Invitational. She swam the 100 free with a quick time of 48.42, earning the win there by a touch over Hawai’i’s Franziska Weidner (48.66). Mack also split a 48.07 on UCLA’s winning 400 free relay to finish the meet.

The Bruins were dominant on day three, winning all but one event. Sandra Soe topped the field in the mile, her 16:21.61 leading a UCLA 1-2-3 finish with Katy Campbell and Pacific transfer Margaux Verger Gourson. In the 200 back, Madison White took first with a 1:56.12, while freshman Amy Okada earned a win in the 200 fly. Okada’s 1:59.26 was just enough to hold off teammate Katie Grover— a total of four women posted 1:59’s in that race.

UCSB’s Mason Tittle posted another win, taking the 100 free in a tight battle with Hawai’i’s Reed Wynn. Tittle was 44.51, touching just ahead of Wynn’s 44.54. He also anchored UCSB’s winning 400 free relay with a 43.93 split. Wynn’s teammate Metin Aydin blasted a 1:43.05 in the 200 back, finishing well under the ‘B’ cut as well as the next-best finisher.



  1. UCLA 1400.5
  2. SDSU 1138.5
  3. UCSB 949
  4. Hawai’i 875
  5. San Jose St. 625.5


  1. UCSB 2028
  2. UCSD 1193
  3. Hawai’i 971
  4. Cal Poly 961.5
  5. Cal State-Bakersfield 696.5

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4 years ago

you mean 1:46

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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