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Victory In The Water
Courtesy: CBU  
Release: 01/10/2014
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RIVERSIDE--- California Baptist University’s swim and dive grabbed another win for both the men and women Friday at home against Claremont Mudd-Scripps.

The Lancer women led the meet with a total of 151 points with seven individual wins, as well as both relays, over the Athenas with 92 points overall.

Mary Hanson posted two impressive individual wins in the 50-yard freestyle, with a time of 24.20 seconds, and in the 100 free, recording a time of 53.06. Hanson also pulled ahead on the third leg of the 500-free relay. She was followed by teammate Yosita Hapsari, who swam the final 200 to help the Lancers touch first at 4:44.26 overall. Kayla Kovats and Kristina Tchernyshev also contributed to the first-place relay finish.

Kyndal Terwilliger maintained a close lead in the 300 fly, grabbing first in 3:22.54. She also placed second in the 200 free with her 1:59.40 official time behind teammate Hapsari, who touched first in 1:57.7.

Hapsari also placed second in the 300 IM recording a time of 3:27.15.

Courtney Chacon was out in front considerably in the 1000 free touching first at 10:44.08, followed by teammate Ashley Weedman with a second-place finishing time of 11:01.94. Chacon also took second-place in the 500 free in 5:18.22.

Kylie Mihld contributed an individual win in the 300 back with her 3:19.62 recorded time, along with a third-place finish in the 300 IM (3:27.71).

The Lancer women also led the 500-medley relay in the start of the meet to finish in 5:18.99.

On the men’s side, the Lancers’ tallied 132 points in six individual wins and two relays over the CMS Stags who posted 111 total points.

Josh Hanson grabbed two individual wins on the day with his 2:58.41 time in the 300 IM, and cruised to a victory in the 300 breast (3:19.31). Teammate, Bryce Arata followed behind Hanson in the 300 breast for a significant second-place finish with his official time of 3:25.78.

Derek Wedel was successful in both of his events on the day finishing first with a solid 4:44.13 official time in the 500 free and again in the 200 free with a time of 1:45.33. The Lancer men went one-two-three in the 200 free with David Ring (1:45.36) and Austin Aberle (1:46.91) claiming second and third, respectively.

Ring also added to a first-place finish in the 100 free with a time of 47.32 and helped the Lancer men to a victory in the 500-free relay with his 100 free contribution.

Nolan Brown held a solid lead in the 300 back with his 2:59.73 recorded time. Brown also pulled the Lancer men to a first-place finish with his 200 free contribution in the 500 free relay, clocking in at 4:16.53. Andrew Denton and Robert Nichols also contributed to the crucial win for the Lancer men in the final relay of the meet.

“Our guys really stepped up at the end of the meet winning the 100 free, 300 breast, and the last relay,” said head coach Rick Rowland. “We went one-two in the 300 breast and that was the difference in the meet.”


Breanne Schlenger, Lauren Skinner, and Miranda King took the top three spots, respectively, on both the 1-meter and 3-meter platforms with Schlenger scoring a 271.65, Skinner a 236.75 and King with a 219.60 final score on the 1M. On the 3M board, Schlenger posted a score of 270.45, Skinner a 252.40 and King capped the Lancer scoring with a total of 237.10 points. 

On the men's side, CBU took second, third and fourth on the 3- and 1-meter boards. 

The CBU men are now 5-0, while the women are 4-1. The Lancers are back in action at home tomorrow against the Sunbirds of Fresno Pacific and the Eagles of Concordia at 1 p.m.

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