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No Regrets
Courtesy: CBU  
Release: 02/16/2013
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LA MIRADA, Calif. --- The CBU men finished with 1,357.5 points overall and placed second out of nine teams. UC San Diego continued to hang on the lead and finished first with 1,543.5.

Nolan Brown posted the most impressive finish of the day for the CBU men, and it happened to take place in the 200 back. Brown finished first out of 27 swimmers and posted a time of 1:46.68. Brown's time was only .60 seconds away from the meet record.

Brown's time of (1:46.68) in the 200 backstroke also broke CBU hall of fame Olympian Felix Sutanto's school record of 1:46.97, which was set in 2003 at the PCSC Championships.

Derek Wedel placed fifth out of 30 in the 1650 free and clocked a time of 16:02.94 for the Lancers.

David Ring finished third (45:88) and Mike Perry finished fifth (46:45) for CBU out of 66 swimmers in the 100 free.

Sergio Molina finished second out of 30 competitors in the 200 breast and posted an impressive time of 2:00.84.

Jeremy Hayes (1:51.89), Joshua Hanson (1:52.72) and Wedel (1:53.23), finished six, seven and eight in the 200 fly.

Dane Stassi from UC San Diego broke the 200 fly meet record with a time of 1:47.22.

Ring, Brown, Hayes and Perry capped off the day finishing third out of 20 in the 400 relay (3:03.92).



The Lancer women moved up from yesterdays fifth place spot and finished fourth overall today out of 13 teams.

The CBU women finished with 775 total points and UC San Diego won the women's competition with 1,364.5.

Ashley Weedman had a dominant performance in the 1650 free for CBU. Weedman finished in fourth place and out swam 29 other swimmers.

Natalie Heihn placed eighth in the 200 back and posted a solid time of 2:10.96 for the Lancers.

Patricia Hapsari cracked the top ten in the 100 free and finished ninth with a time of (51:37).

Alyson Barnes touched the wall eighth out of 43 swimmers in the 200 breast and finished with a time of 2:25.35.

Kyndal Terwilliger continued her impressive streak in the 200 fly and concluded the race with a time of 2:04.65. Terwilliger's time was a second away from finishing in second place overall.

"This was probably the best meet in the history of the program", said CBU Head Coach Rick Rowland.  "We had some very solid times and I have no regrets at all, my coaching staff did a great job of preparing this group well."

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