Swimming and Diving

Tigers Fall Short Against Davis

Tigers Fall Short Against Davis

Results

 

DAVIS, Calif. - The women's swimming and diving team fell to UC Davis on the road Saturday afternoon. The Tigers took four events on the day but would fall to the Aggies by a final score of 178.5-109.5. 


In Case You Missed It:

  • Brigid McNally shined in the distance events for the Tigers. The junior finished in first place in the women's 1000 freestyle posting a time of 10:27.15. McNally's final split time (30.50) was the fastest of all swimmers in the event.
    • The Ventura, Calif. native also took second in the women's 500 free (5:02.62) and third in the 100 IM (1:01.46).
  • Taylor Hosmer posted the fastest time of any Tiger in the 200 freestyle, 1:52.87, en route to a second place finish. Brooke Helgeson and Kira Thomas would follow Hosmer placing fourth and fifth respectively with 1:57.82 and 1:58.07.
  • Emma Frey carried the Orange and Black in the 200 backstroke posting a first place finish (2:06.87). The freshman also took third in the 100 back (58.27).
  • Semaj Walker was just inches away from taking first in the women's 100 breastsroke event. The junior was .4 seconds off from first place finishing with a time of 1:05.82. Kelsey Lloyd would follow Walker up in third with 1:06.31. 
  • On the platform, Alexis Albanese scored a 193.95 in the 1-meter and 182.40 in the 3-meter diving events for the Orange and Black. This would mark a season-best for the sophomore diver. Albanese scored 149.30 in the 1m and 155.18 earlier in the year at the PAC Invite and the Tigers' dual meet against Fresno State.

 Up Next For the Tigers:

  • The Tigers take a week off before they head east and compete in the annual Ohio State Winter Invite.
  • UOP will compete in their two-day event at McCorkle Aquatic Pavillion on Feb. 16th-17th.  
  • Pacific looks to build on it's record-breaking performances last year at the OSU Winter Invite as the men's relay team posted a school-record time in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:17.69.

 

 

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