Hawaii vs. Stanford

STANFORD, California, October 14. KRISTIAN Ipsen in his collegiate debut swept the one and three-meter as Stanford (3-0)took home the top spot in 11 of the 13 events in a dual meet with Hawai'i (0-2) 149-71 on Friday afternoon.
Ipsen, in a tune-up prior to competing at the Pan American Games next week tallied the top one-meter score with a mark of 364.28 and bettered it in the three-meter with a tally of 385.95. Freshman Connor Kuremsky was third in both events to his classmate.

Across the way on the lanes, fellow freshman David Nolan picked up dual victories in the 200 free(1:38.40) and 200 back (1:46.57). The 200 back, the freshman's time of 1:46.57 was better than juniors Matthew Swanston (1:47.86) and Matt Thompson (1:49.45). Freshman Sebastian Wigstrom was also a winner in the 200 breast (2:04.82).

In the longer distance freestyles Chad La Tourette won the 1000 free (9:07.77) and Michael Zoldos was a winner in the 500 free (4:34.77).

Geoff Cheah had the fastest 100 free time (44.36) ahead of teammate Aaron Wayne (44.73).

The Cardinal men travel to Stockton on Saturday for the Pacific Invitational.

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