Swimming Heads to College Station, Diving to Austin as Tigers are Back in Action

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the general public will not be admitted into either event.

by Tanner Craft | Communications Student Assistant
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Swimming Heads to College Station, Diving to Austin as Tigers are Back in Action

BATON ROUGE – The LSU Swimming and Diving teams will hit the road this week for their first road trip of the season. The swimming team will head to Bryan-College Station, Texas to compete in the Art Adamson Invitational on November 18-20. The diving team will head to Austin, Texas to take part in the Texas Diving Invitational that will run November 19-21.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the general public will not be admitted into either event.

LAST TIME OUT

Last time out, a total of five events were won by the Tigers in the pool. Brooks Curry and freshman Mason Nyboer both won two events on the night. Curry won the 100 and 200-Yard Free with times of 43.19 and 1:35.86. Nyboer won the 500-Yard Free with a time of 4:33.72 and the 1000-Yard Free with a time of 9:23.44. Sophomore, Emilie Boll, won the Women’s 100-Yard Breast with a time of 1:01.74.

Katarina Milutinovich and Summer Stanfield also swam well for the Tigers. Milutinovich finished second in the 200-Yard Free with a time of 1:48.73. She then finished third in the 50 and 100-Yard Free with times of 23.28 and 50.51. Stanfield finished second in the 200-Yard IM and the 500-Yard Free with times of 2:03.65 and 4:57.13. She took home a third place finish in the 200-Yard Free with a time of 1:50.82. 

Braden Nyboer, Hannah Bellina, Cassie Kalisz, Allie McDaid, and Luca Pfyffer all brought home second place finishes for the Tigers against the Crimson Tide.

On the boards, Juan Celaya-Hernandez and Montserrat Gutierrez Lavenant both swept the springboard events Alabama. 

Celaya-Hernandez won the three-meter with a score of 454.35 and the one-meter with a score of 383.70. He won three-meter by over 76 points and one-meter by over 41 points. Gutierrez Lavenant won the three-meter with a score of 334.65 and the one-meter with a score of 324.60. She won one-meter by 35 points and three-meter by almost 20 points in her first career meet for the Tigers.

Manny Vazquez Bas finished second on three-meter with a score of 377.78. He then finished in third place on one-meter with a score of 314.70. Dakota Hurbis notched a fourth place finish on three-meter with a score of 335.18 and a fifth place finish on one-meter with a score of 302.25.

On the women’s side, Helle Tuxen notched two second place finishes in her first career meet for the Tigers. She dove to a score of 314.78 on three-meter and 289.34 on one-meter. Anne Tuxen finished in third place on one-meter with a score of 284.33 and fifth place on three-meter with a score of 277.95.

THE FIELD

At the Art Adamson Invitational, the Tigers will take on Texas A&M and Incarnate Word. The Tiger divers will take on divers from Texas and Arkansas in Austin. 

ORDER OF EVENTS 

Art Adamson Invitational 

Wednesday:
200 Free Relay (Finals Only)
500 Free
200 IM
50 Free
400 Medley Relay (Finals Only)

Thursday:
200 Medley Relay (Finals Only)
400 IM
100 Fly
200 Free
100 Breast
100 Back
800 Free Relay (Finals Only)

Friday:
1650 Free (Finals Only)
200 Back
100 Free
200 Breast
200 Fly
400 Free Relay (Finals Only)

Texas Diving Invitational

Thursday:
Men’s One-Meter
Women’s Three-Meter

Friday:
Women’s One-Meter
Men’s Three-Meter

Saturday:
Men’s & Women’s Platform

LIVE STATS

Swimming: https://lsul.su/3kBMUqb

Diving: https://lsul.su/3f810hU

MORE INFORMATION

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