Texas Swimming and Diving Sweeps Arizona State

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Caspar Corbeau won the 100 breast. Photo Courtesy: Angela Wang / Texas Athletics

The No. 1 Texas men’s swimming and diving program took down Arizona State on Friday afternoon, 184-109, at the Mona Plummer Aquatic Center.

The Longhorns finished the dual with thirteen wins.

Team Scores:

  • Men: #1 Texas 184, #13 Arizona State 109
  • Women: #10 Texas 177, Arizona State 117
  • RESULTS

Texas Swimming and Diving Press Release

MEET NOTES

  • Drew Kibler hit 1:36.24 in the 200 Free for the fastest time in the countries this season. Austin Katz followed in second with a time of 1:37.40.
  • Daniel Krueger picked up two wins with a 50 free tile at 19.93 and a 43.26 time in 100 Free. Alvin Jiang took second in the 50 Free (20.30) and Kibler took third in the 100 Free with a 44.25 time.
  • Freshmen Jake Foster and Paul Degrado went 1-2 in the 200 Breast with times of 2:00.68 and 2:04.55.
  • In the 500 free, Texas claimed the top four spots. Alex Zettle (4:27.98), JohnThomas Larson (4:29.19) and Austin Katz (4:29.38) went 1-2-3, and Jack Collins took fourth with a 4:31.30 time.
  • In the 100 Fly, Maxime Rooney took home the title with a time of 46.72, while Alvin Jiang followed with a time of 47.32.
  • The Longhorns won the 200-medley relay with the crew of Chris Staka, Caspar Corbeau, Jiang and Krueger. They hit the wall in a time of 1:26.47.
  • Jordan Windle took home both dive competition titles. In the 3-meter competition, he won with a score of 412.43, while in the 1 meter he won with a score of 393.75.

The No. 10 Texas women’s swimming and diving team took down Arizona State, 177-117, on Friday afternoon in the Mona Plummer Aquatic Center.

MEET NOTES

  • Alison Gibson claimed both diving competition titles. In the 1 meter, she scored 308.70 winning by almost 20 points. In the 3 meter, Gibson scored 393.75.
  • Texas claimed both relay races. In the 200 free relay, Julia Cook, Bridget Semenuk, Kyla Leibel, and Claire Adams teamed up to record a time of 1:31.82. In the 200-medley relay, Adams, Kennedy Lohman, Kelly Pash, and Cook finished in a time of 1:40.11.
  • Kelly Pash recorded three individual victories. She won the 200 fly with a time of 1:55.50, the 100 fly by almost three seconds with a time of 52.75. In the 200 IM, Pash claimed the win with a time of 1:58.20.
  • Evie Pfeifer claimed three second place finishes. She did the 1000 Free in a time of 9:44.26. In the 500 free, she hit the wall in the 4:47.65, and in the 200 IM, she hit the wall in a time of 2:00.10.
  • Julia Cook added two titles with a 52.74 time in the 100 back and a 1:55.81 time in the 200 back.

Arizona State Press Release

Sun Devil swimming and diving went toe-to-toe with No. 1/10 Texas, dropping their meet 184-109 on the men’s side and 177-117 on the women’s side on Friday afternoon at the Mona Plummer Aquatic Center. The meet was the second-to-the-last for ASU as they slowly turn their sights toward the postseason.

Distance freestyler Emma Nordin got the Sun Devil women started in the 1000 free, taking home first place in the event with a time of 9:42.97. That time is good for the current 12th-fastest time in Division I swimming, less than one second shy of her season-best in the event.

She finished the afternoon racking up two more wins in the 500 and 200 free events to total three on the afternoon for the junior.

“Emma Nordin was the star of the day for sure,” Bowman said. “That’s really tough swimming and we’re very proud of her.”

Silja Kansakoski also put up a strong performance on the women’s side, taking the top mark in both breaststroke events. The Finland native touched the wall two whole seconds over second place in the 100 breast and followed with a huge three second win in the 200 breast this afternoon.

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