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Swimming & Diving Invite Finishes The Same Way It Began
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2005
APPLETON - The UW-Eau Claire women's swimming and diving team ended day one in second while the men ended in third at Lawrence University's Gene Davis Invitational and that's exactly where each team finished today.
The women remained second behind UW-Green Bay and one slot ahead of UW-Whitewater at this nine-team meet. Green Bay put up 1,113 points to Eau Claire's 678. Whitewater had a 580 total. The men held steady behind Green Bay and Whitewater and ahead of Lawrence University. The Green Bay men matched their lady counterparts with 1,113 points. The Warhawks had a 664 meet while the Blugolds tallied 561 points. At fourth with 461 points was the home team.
Cori Severson (Sr.-Brainerd, MN) was the top 50-yard freestyle swimmer with a 25.14 time. In the 1650-yard freestyle, Annie Gorman (Sr.-Menomonie) took fifth in 18:48.12. Gorman then took fifth in the 500-yard freestyle competition with a 5:25.82 display. The ?A? team took fourth in the 400-yard medley relay at 4:17.07, third in the 200-yard freestyle relay in 1:42.28, and third in the 400-yard freestyle relay with a 3:48.70 time.
Scott Heatwole (Sr.-Port Washington) took fifth in the 1-meter boards with a performance that netted him 382.20 points. Heatwole moved up to second on the 3-meters as he compiled a 431.20 amount. It was the new meet record but then Phil Zumstein of Green Bay broke it to take first today. In the pool, Cale Schmidt-Jackson (Jr.-Duluth, MN/East) swam a 4:33.44 400-yard IM for fifth. Patrick Finley (Fr.-Waunakee) took fifth in the 200-yard freestyle on a 1:50.56 swim. In the 100-yard butterfly, Brian Hauerwas (So.-Racine/CASE) and his 56.23 time took fifth. The ?A? team managed fourth in the 400-yard medley relay on a 3:49.91 time, and fourth in the 200-yard freestyle at 1:33.87.
The women are 14-4-0 on the season while the men are 11-6-1.
Next up is the dual meet against UW-La Crosse on December 10th at home, which begins at 1:00 p.m. in the McPhee pool.
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