Oct. 26, 2006
GREELEY, Colo. - In the first meet of the 2006-07 season, the University of New Mexico women's swimming and diving team defeated the women of Northern Colorado,105-104, in an all relay competition that took place in Greeley Colo. today. The Lobos captured five first place finishes out of a total 12 events. Junior diver Carrie Quinn solidified the top spot on both the 1-meter and 3-meter springboards (257.93, 244.50 points respectively).
Freshman Ashley Grisdale and sophomores Kristen Naber and Katrina McLoughlin earned the first Lobo win of the night in the 300-yard breaststroke relay clocking in a time of 3:38.63. Other first place finishes included the 500-yard freestyle relay, 200-yard free relay, 1500-yard free relay and 100-yard free relay. Seniors Jenna Syverson and Kelly Soldow, junior Tori Clarridge and freshman Jennifer Patterson made up the winning 500-yard free relay team (4:45.23). The victorious 200-yard free relay team included Soldow, Syverson, Clarridge and freshman Micaela Hoglund (1:39.13). Soldow, Syverson and Clarridge were also a part of the winning 100-yard free relay team along with freshman Theresa Rogers (47.05). The 1500-yard free relay team was comprised of senior Jennifer Hale, junior Amina Adnan and sophomore Jessica Dworschack (16:16.81).
The Lobos sealed six second place finishes and four third place finishes.
The Lobos (1,0) continue competition on the road tomorrow when they face the cowgirls of Wyoming in Laramie. Competition begins at 5 p.m