Swimming and Diving Heads To Delta State
BATON ROUGE – The LSU Swimming and Diving Team, just a day removed from a dual meet against Missouri, will head to Cleveland, Mississippi to face off against the Delta State Statesmen on Saturday at 10 a.m. CT. This will be the first road dual meet for the Tigers since the calendar flipped to 2020.
LAST TIME OUT
Last time out, Niamh Robinson once again swept the breaststroke events for the women who defeated Mizzou by a final score of 151-149. The current 200-Yard Breast school record holder won the same event with a time of 2:10.42. She touched the wall in 1:01.35 in the 100-Yard to take the gold. Summer Stanfield swam the third fastest time in school history in the 500-Yard Free with a time of 4:48.21 to earn the victory. In the 200-Yard Back, Cassie Kalisz set a pool record with a time of 1:55.43 to claim the victory. Katarina Milutinovich, Nicole Rozier, and Helen Grossman also won races during the meet for the Tigers. Milutinovich won the 200-Yard Free with a time of 1:47.66, Rozier won the 200-Yard Fly with a time of 1:58.68, and Grossman won the 100-Yard Fly with a time of 53.94. Also for the women, Brittany Thompson came in second place in the 400-Yard IM with a time of 4:18.27, which is good for the tenth best time in school history.
On the men’s side, Karl Luht won both backstroke events while also setting pool records in both, as the men fell by a final score of 166-133. He broke his own record in the 100-Yard with a time of 46.09 and set a new record in the 200-Yard with a time of 1:42.81. Brooks Curry dominated both the 100 and 200-Yard Free as the freshman won the 100-Yard with a time of 43.96 and the 200-Yard with a time of 1:36.93. Luca Pfyffer swept the breaststroke events, winning the 100-Yard with a time of 54.67 and the 200-Yard with a time of 1:58.27. Matt Klotz touched the wall in 20.22 to win the 50-Yard Free.
On the boards, Aimee Wilson won the women’s one-meter for the third time this season with a score of 280.13. Anne Tuxen and Hayley Montague also finished on the podium. Tuxen came in second with a score of 268.80 and Montague claimed the bronze with a score of 265.35. On three-meter, Tuxen claimed the top spot for the third time this season, this time after a score of 315.60. Montague finished in fourth place with a score of 232.73.
For the men, Dakota Hurbis and Manny Vazquez Bas finished in second and third place on three-meter with scores of 325.95 and 323.55. On one-meter, Hurbis and Vazquez Bas finished in third and fourth place with scores of 291.53 and 283.43.
ORDER OF EVENTS
200 Medley Relay
400 Free Relay
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