Redlands vs. Cal Baptist

RIVERSIDE, California, November 5. CALIFORNIA Baptist University's depth was once again evident as the Lancers swept both the men's and women's sides of a swimming and diving dual meet with Redlands Friday afternoon.

The men outscored the Bulldogs 210.0-87.0 and the women won 181.0-80.0.

"We're still not all the way healthy, but the depth of this team is really showing through on both sides," said Head Coach Rick Rowland. "Our diving is especially deep this year and that's something we haven't necessarily had in years past."

On the men's side, CBU swept all but one event. The Lancers' Trevor Graifman swept both diving events and CBU swimmers swept the individual events. Tai Nuntapramote won the 100 and 200 meter freestyle and the 100 meter butterfly.

The Redlands men took first in the 200 meter freestyle relay, while the Lancers took the 200 meter medley relay.

It was more of the same for the women as Jamie Flynn swept the diving events and CBU individual swimmers took all firsts. Hannah Braun took three of those top finishes, winning the 200 meter freestyle, 200 meter backstroke and the 400 meter medley.

The Bulldog women won the 200 meter freestyle relay and the Lancers won the 200 meter medley.

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