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Release: 02/13/2013
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LA MIRADA, Calif. --- The CBU men's swimming and diving team finished in third place out of six teams in day one of the Pacific Collegiate Swim & Dive Conference Championships.

The Lancer men finished with 135 total points and fell short against Fresno Pacific's 136 and UC San Diego's 211 points.

In the men's 200 medley relay, CBU was able to take second place out of 25 teams. Nolan Brown, Sergio Molina, Joshua Hanson and Mike Perry were able to clock a solid time of 1:31.16, which was only two seconds shy of first place.

UCSD took first and broke the 200 medley relay meet record, recording a time of 1:29.48.

Hanson, Brown, Brian Haney and Derek Wedel were able to post an impressive time of 6:49.09 in the 800 free relay. That time was good enough for a third place finish out of 20 teams.

Perry, Jeremy Hayes, Kevin Sellars and Austin Aberle were able to take the 10th spot in the 800 free and posted a time of 6:54.92 for CBU.

CBU's Kendall Rummel took fifth place in the men's 1M diving final. Rummel scored a 245.35 and edged out three other competitors.


The women's team scored 124 points on day one and placed fifth out of 10 teams. CBU finished only a half point shy of taking fourth place, falling to Azusa Pacific's 124.5 point outing.

Patricia Hapsari, Molly Larson, Kyndal Terwilliger and Hannah Evans finished with a 200 medley relay time of (1:47.67) and helped the Lancer women finish sixth out of 29 relay teams.

Hapsari, Larson, Terwilliger and Anna Megli also took sixth place in the 800 free relay and posted a respectable time of 7:45.71.

Miranda King scored a 212.15 for CBU in the 3M dive and finished in second place out of 14 divers.

"Miranda King's 3M dive, Kendall Rummel's 1M dive and the men's 200 medley relay were highlights today", said CBU Head Coach Rick Rowland.  "Tomorrow begins the individual swims and we look forward to getting back in the pool."

CBU competes tomorrow in day two of the PCSC Championships.

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