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Lancer Women Domination
Courtesy: CBU  
Release: 12/06/2013
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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. --- The Lancer women dominated in day two of the Colorado Mesa Invite with first-place finishes in all eight events on the day.

The CBU women continue to hold first place with a cumulative 712 points, while the men stand at 601 points to trail behind Colorado Mesa in the lead.

Kyndal Terwilliger contributed to three of the women’s eight total wins with her first-place finishes in the 400 IM (4:31.32), 100 fly (57.12) and the 800 free relay (7:43.15)--all of which were NCAA Division II “B” qualifiers.

Courtney Chacon grabbed another win in the 1000 free with her impressive 10:24.26 “B” standard time. Ashley Weedman followed behind Chacon for a second-place finish, clocking in at 10:40.51.

Yosita Hapsari qualified for the “B” cut with her 1:53.36 time in the 200 free, followed by Anna Megli in second with a time of 1:54.85, missing the cut by less than a second.

Kristina Tchernyshev took second place behind teammate Terwilliger in the 100 fly with a time of 57.65, which qualified her in the “B” standard category as well.

Holly Cox grabbed first in the 100 breast (1:07.83). Kylie Mihld also placed first in the 100 back (57.35), right in front of teammate, Hailey Golden (1:00.03).

The Lancer women also won the 200 medley relay with a 1:48.34 final time.

On the men’s side, Nolan Brown grabbed both of the first-place finishes for the Lancer men in the 100 fly (49.04) and 100 back (48.98)-- qualifying him in the “B” standard category in both. Brown also contributed to the men’s first-place finish in the 800 free relay, helping the Lancers grab a 6:42.92 overall “B” qualifying time.

Elijah Barrows made the “B” cut with his 9:26.60 finishing time in the 1000 free, which he took second place behind Colorado Mesa’s, Jarren Brinton, by less than a second.

Robert Nichols followed behind Brown in the 100 back with a “B” standard time of 50.00. Josh Hanson also qualified in the “B” standard category with his second-place finish in the 100 fly in 50.16.


Lauren Skinner and Breanne Schlenger continue to dominate in diving with first and second-place finishes, respectively, on the 3M platform. Skinner scored a 403.60 and Schlenger tallied 370.40. 

Andrew Rotundo grabbed second on the 1M platform with 328.30 points total. 

The Lancers’ will close out the three-day meet tomorrow and results will be posted at Colorado Mesa Invite as well as livestreamed.

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