Women's Swimming

SMU Women's Team Remains In Third After Day Three of C-USA Championship

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Feb. 22, 2013

C-USA Championship Day Three Scores

C-USA Championship Day Three Results

HOUSTON (SMU) - The SMU men's swimming and diving team is currently in first place with a score of 645 at the Conference USA Championships while the women's team is in third with a score of 441.50.

Sophomore Gabo Andonie clocked in a final time of 4:04.67 for a seventh place finish in the 400-yard IM.

Senior leader David Larsson finished second in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 47.16, Tyler Rauth finished sixth at a time of 49.11, and Mike Smith clocked in at 49.19 for an eight place finish.

Junior Matt Roney earned top honors in the 200-yard freestyle with a final time of 1:36.36.

In the 100-yard breaststroke Nicolai Hansen finished fourth at 54.66 and Julian Fletcher finished sixth with a time of 55.58.Matthew Napier-Jameson finished with a time of 55.90 for a seventh place finish.

Sophomore Matas Andriekus and senior Mindaugas Sadauskas tied for first in the 100-yard backstroke with a final time of 47.41.Braeden Newton came in fourth at 49.46, Ryan Koops finished fifth at 49.60, and Eduardo Santana finished sixth with a time of 49.91.

Devin Burnett earned first in 3-meter diving with a final score of 399.95. Sophomore Hayden Hodges finished second with a score of 326.25.

The 400-yard medley relay team that consisted of: Mata Andriekus, Nicolai Hansen, David Larsson, Mindaugas Sadauskas finished with a final time of 3:09.54. The time set a new school record, meet record, and it is the third straight night that a school record was broken.

On the women's side junior Deanna Matthew claimed second in the 400 yard IM with a final time of 4:18.62.

Freshmen Danielle Villars finished the 100-yard butterfly at 54.28 to earn second, Monika Babok finished fifth at 54.79, and Nicole Parmenter finished eight at 56.42.

Junior Nina Rangelova touched the wall first in the 200-yard freestyle at 1:46.23. Sophomore Nathalie Lindborg was runner-up with a final time of 1:47.06.

Rachel Nicol earned first in the 100-yard breaststroke at 1:01.52.

Sophomore Isabella Arcila had a final time of 52.69 which was good for first in the 100-yard backstroke. Anna Volchkov finished second at 55.02.

The Mustangs won first in the 400-yard medley relay with a time of 3:35.88 by way of strong performances from: Isabella Arcila, Rachel Nicol, Danielle Villars, and Nina Rangelova.

The Mustangs hit the pool again Saturday to close out the Conferences USA Championships.



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