Courtesy: UC Santa Barbara Athletics
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Competing of their first meet in virtually a 12 months, the UC Santa Barbara males’s and ladies’s swim groups gained twin meets towards rival Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo on Saturday. Each groups gained emphatically, as the boys beat the Mustangs 174-114 and the ladies gained 171-120. Reigning MPSF Freshman of the 12 months Dominic Falcon led the boys, ending the day with three particular person first-place finishes. Freshman Danielle Carter and junior Molly McCance cleaned up on the ladies’s facet, every incomes three particular person first-place finishes. Santa Barbara dominated the ladies’s 100 Free and males’s 200 Breast occasions, taking the highest three spots in each. The Gauchos additionally swept the relays, touching first in all 4, together with within the 200 Medley Relay by which the boys took first and second.
Falcon completed first within the 200 Fly (1:48.85), 500 Free (4:36.15), and 200 IM (1:53.60). Fifth-year senior Ryan Levy had a powerful displaying as nicely, taking particular person first-place finishes within the 100 Free (46.43) and 200 Free (1:40.43), whereas additionally anchoring the first-place 400 Free Relay workforce. Junior Alec Cullen added two first-place wins of his personal within the 100 Breast (56.17) and 200 Breast (2:02.47). Different first-place finishers on the boys’s facet have been sophomore Daniel Pry within the 200 Again (1:52.38) and junior Timothy Lee within the 100 Fly (50.02).
On the ladies’s facet, McCance positioned first within the 200 Fly (2:03.78), 100 Free (53.48), and 500 Free (5:09.48). In what was Carter’s first collegiate meet, she touched first within the 100 Again (54.85), 200 Again (2:02.00), and 100 Fly (57.48). Freshman Katie Nugent and Paige Gambetta additionally impressed of their collegiate debuts, Nugent profitable each the 100 and 200 Breast (1:06.78 and a couple of:24.10) and Gambetta taking first the 200 Free (1:55.03) and second within the 200 Again (2:06.25). Senior captain Bryn McGowan earned first place honors within the 50 Free (24.48), junior Dora Seggelke within the 200 IM (2:11.12), and sophomore Maelynn Lawrence within the 1000 Free (10:45.48).
The Gauchos will proceed to coach for this years’ MPSF Championship meet which is tentatively scheduled for mid-February.
Courtesy: Cal Poly Athletics
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Internet hosting its first in-person twin meet of the season on Saturday at Anderson Aquatic Heart, the Cal Poly males’s and ladies’s swimming & diving groups had a mixed complete of seven first place finishes and 16 second place finishes on the afternoon towards UC Santa Barbara.
The Mustang males had 5 guys end first in particular person occasions whereas the ladies had two of their very own. Nevertheless, the Cal Poly males’s workforce fell to the Gauchos 174-114 whereas the ladies’s workforce additionally misplaced 171-120.
For the Cal Poly males, freshman Kieran McNulty gained the 1,000-yard freestyle occasion with a time of 9:31.19. He additionally completed second within the 500-yard free with a time of 4:38.88.
Senior Gennady Sytnik got here in first within the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 50.21, lacking breaking his private finest within the occasion by 1-100th of a second. Sytnik additionally completed within the 200-yard again with a time of 1:52.82.
Junior Brandon Toland took first within the 50-yard free with a time of 20.74.
Sophomore Brian Wong had two second-place finishes on the day. He positioned second within the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 1:50.02 and within the 100-yard fly with a time of 50.38. Sophomore Ryan Iannaccone additionally had a second-place end coming within the 100-yard free with a time of 46.77
The opposite two first-place finishes for the Cal Poly males got here from senior Noah McKinley in diving. Competing simply towards his fellow Mustangs, McKinley gained the 3-meter dive with a rating of 268.72 and the 1-meter dive with a rating of 240.15.
For the Cal Poly ladies, junior diver Joelle Weltner had the 2 first-place finishes. Additionally competing simply towards her teammates, Weltner gained the 1-meter dive with a rating of 246.15 and the 3-meter dive with a rating of 254.18.
Senior Stephanie Backlund had a pair of second-place finishes to spotlight her day. She positioned second within the 200-yard free with a time of 1:56.69 and within the 500-yard free with a time of 5:15.37.
Sophomore Samantha Rankin additionally had a few second-place finishes. She completed second within the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:07.94 and within the 200-yard IM with a time of two:11.97.
Additionally posting second-place finishes on the afternoon for the ladies have been sophomore Kaia Anderson within the 1,000-yard free with a time of 10:46.20, senior Sascha Keir within the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 58.72, senior Avery Newman within the 200-yard breast with a time of two:24.12, and sophomore Erin Kim within the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 57.76.
Within the workforce relay occasions, the Cal Poly ladies’s “A” workforce of Keir, Rankin, Kim, and sophomore Sophie Jackson completed second within the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:48.47.