LONG BEACH, California, November 19. STANFORD'S Andie Taylor won the 1650 freestyle at the Arena Invite capping five wins over three days for the Cardinal, while Stephanie Phipps reached her second-straight final at the Wildcat Invite, finishing fifth in the one-meter.
Taylor beat freshman teammate Fiona Majeau by 30 seconds, coming in with a winning time of 16:20.53 as Allison Arnold (ninth) and Natalie Durant (tenth) were also in the top-10. Stanford took home wins in four freestyle events after Andi Murez won the 200 free and Betsy Webb the 50 free over the previous two days. The Cardinal also won both the 800 free and 200 free relays.
Phipps started the day by having the top prelim score, of 280.95, before finishing fifth with a score of 288.80. Phipps finished nine points behind San Diego State's Kristen Meier (291.95). The sophomore was sixth in the three-meter on Friday.
Murez was second in the 100 free (49.30) as Cal's Liv Jensen took home the title (48.96).
The divers close out their meet on Sunday.
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