Tigers Wrap Up Conference Play At Davis

Tigers Wrap Up Conference Play At Davis

STOCKTON, Calif. - The women's swimming and diving team get set for their final conference meet of the season this Saturday in a dual meet against UC Davis.

The Tigers look to get rolling with just two more meets prior to the MPSF Championships this coming February in La Mirada, Calif. 

Meet Info:

Pacific vs. UC Davis | Saturday, February 2nd | 12:00 PM PST

Location: Schaal Aquatics Centerl | Davis, Calif. 

Weather: 57 ℉. Rainy. Winds SSW at 25 mph.

Event Order:

200 Medley Relay A
1000 Freestyle 
200 Freestyle 
100 Backstroke 
100 Breaststroke 
200 Butterfly 
50 Freestyle 
100 Freestyle 
200 Backstroke 
200 Breaststroke 
500 Freestyle 
100 Butterfly 
100 IM 
200 Freestyle Relay A
1 Meter Dive
3 Meter Dive

Last Time Out:

  • The Tigers traveled down to UC Santa Barbara last weekend where they competed in a dual meet with the Gauchos. Despite a late push UOP would eventually fall to Santa Barbara, 284-184.
  • Brigid McNally carried the Orange and Black swimming four events and finishing in the top-three in each of them.
    • McNally took first in the 500 free (4:58.42), 200 IM (2:07.60), and anchored the women's relay team to first in the 400 freestyle relay (3:35.25). 
    • The Ventura, Calif. native's 200 IM time would be a season-best, shedding three seconds off her original time of 2:10.03.
  • Emma Frey took second and third respectively in the women's 100 (54.47) and 200 backstroke (2:04.49). Both of her times would be the fastest of any Tiger.

Scouting the Opponent:

  • Davis will be honoring seven seniors in their senior meet this weekend.
  • The Aggies' last meet was against UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 27th). They would drop the meet by a final score of 153-109. 
  • UC Davis is 5-4 in single meet competiton. They are also 2-1 in the MPSF taking wins against UC San Diego and San Diego. 
  • The Tigers last faced off against the Aggies during the 2018 season, where Davis took a 188-112 victory at Chris Kjeldsen Pool. 



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