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RIVERSIDE, Calif. --- After a tough loss yesterday against Claremont Mudd Scripps, California Baptist University swimming and diving got back on track today by defeating both Concordia University and Fresno Pacific.

Patricia Hapsari was the big story for the CBU women today, dominating three different events for the Lancers. Hapsari placed first in the 200 free (1:56.12), first in the 500 free (5:16.39) and first in the 100 free with a respectable time of 53.95.

Kyndal Terwilliger touched the wall first in the 200 fly (2:12.55), leaving nine other swimmers behind her. Terwilliger also won the 100 fly with a time of 1:00.12 and the 400 IM (4:46.16).

Ashley Weedman placed first out of five swimmers in the 1650 free and clocked a time of 18:16.65 for the Lancers.

Hannah Evans came in first for CBU in the 50 free and posted an impressive time of 25.01.

Molly Larson (1:09.79) and Hannah Stipek (1:10.46) took second and third for CBU in the 100 breast.

Miranda King won the women's 1M dive and scored a 191.19 for CBU. King also took first place in the 3M diving event and scored a 207.05.

The CBU women trounced Concordia by a score of 197-89, and defeated Fresno Pacific, 176-113.



Nolan Brown defeated eight swimmers in the 100 back and finished with a solid time of 51.94. On top of his stellar performance in the 100 back, Brown also won the 200 back for the Lancers (1:54.76).

Sergio Molina placed first out of 13 competitors in the 100 breast and posted an impressive time of 58.06.

Mike Perry took first place for CBU in the 100 fly (50.73) and Joshua Hanson followed right behind him in second with a time of 51.08.

Hanson, Molina and Brian Haney finished off the day going one, two and three for the Lancers in the 400 IM.

Kendall Rummel received a score of 239.10 in the 1M diving event, which was enough for a first place finish for the Lancer men.

The Lancer men routed Concordia by a score of 219-69, and defeated Fresno Pacific, 185-103.

"This is probably one of the best dual/tri meets in CBU history", said CBU Head Coach Rick Rowland.  "We seemed to have that extra energy to close out races, we had many strong finishes at the wall."


CBU competes at home on Jan. 18 against Simon Fraser.








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