NCAA Div. I: Utah, Air Force Split

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 25. THE University of Utah women’s swimming and diving team guaranteed its first winning season since 1988 by beating Air Force 130-106 on Saturday. The win improves Utah’s record to 10-7 overall (5-2 in conference).

Utah's men dropped their third straight meet as the Falcons won 141-100. With the loss, the Utes' record falls to 5-7 overall (1-3 in conference).

On the men’s side Jonathan Larsen was a triple event- winner with victories in the 100 free (45.56), 50 free (20.94) and 200 medley relay (1:32.88) with teammates David Fleisch, Evan Castro and Cody Rempfer.

Rempfer also won the 400 IM (4:06.17) and Castro won the 100 breast (57.19). The men won 6 of 13 events.

"The women swam well and it was nice to get back-to-back conference wins," says Head Coach Michael Litzinger. "The guys swam extremely well but just came up short again."

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