Wyoming Sweeps Dual Meet Against Colorado Mesa

Meet Stats

  • Complete results
  • Hosted by Wyoming
  • November 5, 2016
  • 25 yard, men’s and women’s dual meet
  • Score
    • Men: Wyoming 193, Colorado Mesa 104
    • Women: Wyoming 179, Colorado Mesa 117

Press Release

Courtesy of Wyoming Athletics

GREEN RIVER, Wyo. – Wyoming swimming and diving defeated Colorado Mesa by a score of 193-104 on the men’s side and 179-117 on the women’s side, Saturday afternoon at the Green River High School Aquatic Center.

Junior Wade Nelson led the Cowboys with two individual victories and swam the first leg of Wyoming’s winning 400 medley relay team. Nelson won the 200 butterfly with a time of 1:53.84 and then the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:07.41, while the relay team posted a mark of 3:25.03. A standout performance from senior Casey Duckworth helped the Cowgirls to the dual win. Duckworth won the first individual event of the day, the 1000 freestyle, finishing in 10:43.43. The Costa Mesa, Calif. native then tallied a winning time of 2:10.05 in the 200 butterfly.

“Casey Duckworth and Wade Nelson each had standout performances today, but we have a lot of work to do between now and the Missouri Invite,” UW head coach Tom Johnson said. “The divers were outstanding, as usual, especially against great competition today.”

On the boards, senior Keely Bishop won the one-meter with a score of 246.83 and the three-meter with a score of 256.43. FreshmanScotia Mullin and senior Jacob Rehmeier claimed victory for the men’s squad. Mullin won the one-meter, scoring a 303.38, while Rehmeier won the three-meter, posting a 284.48.

UW swimming and diving will be back in action at the Missouri Invite, Nov. 17-19. Follow @wyo_swimdive on Twitter for meet updates.

Press Release

Courtesy of Colorado Mesa Athletics

GREEN RIVER, WYO. – The Colorado Mesa University swimming and diving teams combined for nine event wins in a dual with the University of Wyoming Saturday (Nov. 5).

Wyoming won both the men’s (193-104) and women’s (179-117) duals.

Mary Saiz continued her individual winning streak taking the wins in both the 50 free (24.16) and the 200 back (2:04.27).

Hanna Sangfeldt earned two wins on the day taking top honors in the 200 free (57.92) and 200 individual medley (2:16.29).

Candice Rosen picked up the win in the 200 free (1:56.84), and Eryn Leonard won the 100 fly (59.15).

Sam Bryant led the men’s teams with a pair of wins in the 500 free (4:49.25) and the 200 individual medley (1:58.04).

Chris Radomski won the 100 fly (52.09) and the men’s 400 free relay (3:13.75) also won.

Landon Ellis placed second in the 1,000 free (9:57.47).

Maggie Hellard finished second in the 100 breast (1:08.02), and Katelin Staab was second in the 200 fly (2:13.25).

Madeline McClain was second in the 100 free (54.43), and Sam White was second in the 200 breast (2:29.06).

The women’s 400 free (3:35.53) and 400 medley relays (3:57.64) also finished second.

Colorado Mesa will compete at the Colorado School of Mines Nov. 12.

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