Women's Swimming

SMU Remains in Seventh After Day Two of NCAAs

Go smu!
Go smu!

Go smu!

DALLAS (SMU) The SMU women?s swimming & diving team remains in seventh place at the after day two of the 2005 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, being held by Purdue at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center. SMU had participants in two event finals and collected 61 points on Friday. The Mustangs have 114 total points entering the final day of competition.

The team of Roxane Akradi, Tamara Sambrailo, Corrie Clark and Laura Pomeroy finished in eighth place in the championship final of the 200 medley relay (1:41.02). The second relay on the evening, the 800 free, saw SMU?s Anja Carman, Celina Lemmen, Candace Blackman and Jennifer Blackman bring home sixth place finishing in 7:09.84.

In individual action, Lemmen placed 13th overall in the 200 free (1:46.78), Clark won the consolation final and placed ninth overall in the 100 breast (1:00.74) and Liz Pike finished 26th in the three-meter diving competition totaling 254.90 points.

The Georgia Bulldogs continue to lead the event, totaling 422.5 points. Auburn remains in second with 329 points, followed by Arizona (290), Florida (256), Stanford (216) and Texas (163).

The 2005 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships continue through Saturday. For complete results visit NCAASports.com or follow the links on SMUMustangs.com.



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