Indiana, Penn State and Virginia Complete Day One of Two-Day Tri-Meet

BLOOMINGTON, Indiana, November 16. INDIANA opened its 2012-13 home schedule Friday with day one of a two-day tri-meet with Penn State and Virginia at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington.

The Hoosier men lead Virginia, 84-83 and Penn State, 87-80. Virginia leads the Nittany Lions, 94-73.

Daniel Kanorr, Tanner Kurz, Jacob Kelzor and John Winck placed fourth in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:24.82 to open the meet.

It was a tie in the men's 200-yard individual medley with Steve Schmuhl and Cody Miller posting identical times of 1:49.28. Eric Ress was fifth (1:51.26) and Sam Trahin ninth (1:52.15).

Jim Barbiere was the winner in the 500 freestyle, clocking in at 4:24.15. Nicholas Schwab placed eighth (4:34.61) and Ryan Downey 10th (4:38.48). Miller made it three wins in a row for IU, taking the 100 breaststroke in 55.20. Ian Boggs placed seventh (57.88) and Mike Hurley eighth (58.40).

Ress was the winner in the 200 backstroke (1:45.68), followed by James Wells in ninth (1:51.52) and Brent Aarons 11th (1:57.70). Kanorr was sixth in the 100 freestyle (46.00), with Barbiere ninth (46.69).

Schmuhl took third in the 200 butterfly (1:50.38), with Trahin sixth (1:52.39) and Austin Saunders eighth (1:54.26).

On the 3-meter springboard, the Hoosiers finished 1-2 with Darian Schmidt posting a score of 378.40, followed by Casey Johnson (355.65). Mick Dell'Orco was fourth (333.55) and Mick Dell'Orco fifth (307.90).

Ress, Miller, Schmuhl and Kanorr closed day one with asecond-place finish in the 400-yard medley relay, touching the wall in 3:17.96. The group of Wells, Tanner Kurz, Saudners and Barbiere was fifth (3:23.17).

The Indiana women's swimming and diving team opened its 2012-13 home schedule Friday with day one of a two-day tri-meet with Penn State and Virginia at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington.

Virginia leads Penn State, 101-65, and Indiana, 114-63. Penn State holds a 105-62 lead over the Hoosiers.

Sara Delay, Bronwyn Pasloski, Cynthia Pammett and Stephanie Armstrong took third in the 200 freestyle relay, clocking in at 1:33.20. In the 200 IM, Dorina Szekeres was sixth (2:04.51) and Brooklyn Snodgrass seventh (2:05.60). Madeline Maher rounded out the top 10 (2:07.03).

Lindsay Vrooman was second in the 500 free (4:45.41), with Taylor O'Brien 10th (4:57.00) and Brenna MacLean 11th (5:05.22). It was a 1-2 finish for the Hoosier women in the 100 breaststroke with Ashley Specht the winner (1:01.60) and Bronwyn Pasloski second (1:02.36). Maher was fifth (1:05.17).

Pammett was the top Hoosier in the 200 backstroke, finishing third (1:57.61), with Szekeres sixth (2:00.47) and Justine Ress seventh (2:01.00). Pasloski took eighth in the 100 freestyle (51.61) followed by Armstrong in 10th (51.66).

On the 1-meter springboard, Indiana finished 1-2 led by Amy Cozad's score of 274.35. Kate Hillman was second (264.80), with Cassidy Kahn sixth (207.40) and Katie Bittner eighth (201.20).

In the 200 butterfly, Brenna MacLean was ninth (2:04.46) and Vrooman 10th (2:06.22).

The final event of day one was the 400 medley relay with Pammett, Specht, MacLean and Vrooman placing fifth in 3:44.33. Ress, Pasloski, Day and Armstrong were seventh (3:50.29).

The teams will be back in the pool tomorrow at 11 a.m. ET for the final day of competition.

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