Torri Huske Wins Three Times as Stanford Tops Arizona State

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Torri Huske Wins Three Times as Stanford Tops Arizona State

Torri Huske won three events on Friday night as Stanford topped Arizona State, 175-122, in a dual meet.

The men’s side of the meet went to Arizona State by a 186-114 score.

Huske came out on top in three events. She clocked in at 1:46.07 in the 200 freestyle, edging teammate Kayla Wilson by less than a second. Huske also won the 50 free in 22.17, her winning margin at nine tenths of a second in a Cardinal sweep of the podium with Amy Tang and Emma Wheal. Huske then won the 100 butterfly with ease, her time of 51.54 landing 1.8 seconds ahead of the chasing field.

Huske teamed with Claire Curzan, Taylor Ruck and Wheal to win the 200 free relay in 1:29.54. Curzan, Wheal and Ruck joined breaststroker Allie Raab in winning the 200 medley relay in 1:38.84.

Curzan won the 200 backstroke with a time of 1:53.45. She was the runner-up to Arizona State’s Lindsay Looney in the 200 butterfly.

Stanford swept the distance events via Aurora Roghair. The 500 free saw her hold off a charge in the final 100 yards by Arizona State’s Molly Batchelor, Roghair’s time of 4:47.22 getting her to the wall just .03 seconds ahead.

Ruck won the 100 back, a 1-2-3 podium sweep for Stanford, Ruck’s time of 53.28 leading Natalie Mannion and Alex Crisera to the wall. Wheal was third in the 50 and in the 100 fly. Tang finished second in the 50 free and third in the 100 free.

Iza Adame swept the breaststroke events for Arizona State. Looney also won two events, besting Curzan in the 200 fly and winning the 100 free in 49.34. She finished as the runner-up to Huske in the 100 fly.

Second in the 100 free was Arizona State’s Ieva Maluka, who then went on to win the 200 individual medley. Charli Brown finished second in the 200 IM and 200 back plus third in the 200 free.

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