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RIVERSIDE, Calif. --- California Baptist University swimming and diving competed in their last home meet of the season today against Simon Fraser. The men's team took care of business and defeated Simon Fraser by a score of 137-85. Despite a strong effort, the women's team fell short, 102-125.

The men's 400 medley relay was an absolute nail biter. CBU clocked a time of 3:25.75 and was able to hang on and defeat Simon Fraser by .12 seconds.

Derek Wedel stood out as a top performer on the men's side today. Wedel defeated eight other swimmers in the 500 free and placed first with a time of 4:46.28. Wedel also won the 1000 free and posted an impressive time of 9:57.69.

Sergio Molina won the 200 IM for the Lancers (1:56.30) and left eight other swimmers in his wake. Molina also finished second in the 200 breast with a time of 2:07.16.

Mike Perry placed first in the 50 free and posted a solid time of 21.35. Perry also finished first in the 100 free for CBU and clocked a time of 47.38. David Ring (47.92) and Spencer Shore (48.90) followed right behind Perry in the 100 free, taking the second and third place spots for the Lancer men.

Another notable swim for CBU was Joshua Hanson's second place finish in the 200 free (1:45.21).

Kendall Rummel scored a 197.77 in the men's 1M dive and a 219.75 in the 3M dive for CBU.

 

Patricia Hapsari had another strong day in the pool for the Lancer women. Hapsari dominated the 200 IM and finished first for CBU with a time of 2:07.68. Hapsari also touched the wall first in the 500 free (5:10.60).

Ashley Weedman placed first in the 1000 free and her time of 10:59.84 was eleven seconds ahead of the second place finisher.

Kyndal Terwilliger placed second in the 200 fly and clocked a time of 2:08.23.

Hannah Evans also had a noteworthy swim for CBU. Evans finished second in the 50 free with a time of 24.87. Nicole Cossey of Simon Fraser came in first place, defeating Evans by only .08 seconds.

Miranda King placed first in the 1M dive for CBU and received a score of 198.52. Finishing in second for CBU was Kari Carlson (158.70). King also won the 3M dive and received a score of 216.22.

"I thought we did very well today, and we showed a lot of depth", said CBU Head Coach Rick Rowland. "We don't need to rely on one or two swimmers to carry the load, somebody is always stepping up and I have seen a lot of improvements."

CBU travels to San Diego tomorrow to compete in a tri-meet against UC San Diego and Simon Fraser.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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