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Women's Swimming: No. 2 Arizona Falls To No. 1 Georgia
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 01/14/2000
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TUCSON, Ariz. - The top-ranked Georgia women's swimming and diving team proved to be too much for second-ranked Arizona, today at the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center, as they raced to a 165-135 triumph. The win moved the Bulldogs to 6-0 in dual meet action, while the Wildcats suffered their first loss of the year and fell to 5-1.

On the strength of three individual event titles by UGA senior Kristy Kowal and two by freshman Maritza Correia, the defending-national champion Bulldogs opened up a 15 point lead after the completion of the first seven events. Kowal, the defending NCAA champion in both the 100 breast and 200 breast captured both events today as well as the 200 IM. Kowal's times in the breaststroke events (100; 1:00.17 - 200; 2:11.99) were both NCAA automatic qualifying times, while Correia finished first in the 100 free (50.73) and the 1,000 free (9:54.57).

Leading the attack for the Wildcats was freshman Beth Botsford who was victorious in both the 100 (54.80) and 200 (1:57.78) backstrokes. Both of Botsford's times were also NCAA automatic qualifying times. The only other event victory for the Cats came from sophomore Erin Vogt, who ran away from the field in the 200 butterfly, finishing first in a time of 2:00.45.

In diving action Arizona dominated both the 1-meter and 3-meter competitions by taking first through fourth-place in both events. In 3-meter diving, UA junior Lindsay Berryman posted the top score (308.025 points), while junior Adrian David was second in both the 3-meter (298.125) and the 1-meter (272.63).

The Wildcat women next return to action tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. at the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center when they battle in-state rival Northern Arizona. The Georgia women continue their season when they host the Florida State Seminoles on Jan. 28 at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, Ga.

Arizona Swimming and Diving
January 14, 2000
Georgia @ Arizona

-Short Course Yards-

Final Team Scores
Women

Georgia   165
Arizona   135

200 Medley Relay
1. Georgia A     1:41.14
(Keller, Kowal, Shealy, Williams)
2. Arizona A     1:41.99
(Botsford, Beard, Bouta, Vanker)
3. Arizona B     1:45.22
(Manitt, Miller, Papadopoulou, Knapp)
4. Georgia B     1:45.61
(Walkley, Skinner, Buck, Permenter)

1000 Freestyle
1. Maritza Corriea  UGA  9:54.57
2. Trina Jackson   UA  9:59.97
3. Katie Zimbone  UA  10:01.27
4. Nicole Schrader  UGA  10:03.58
5. Melissa Bartlett  UGA  10:07.38
6. Caroline Kilian  UA  10:10.89
7. Erika Zender   UA  10:30.31

200 Free
1. Kim Black   UGA  1:48.22
2. Sarah Tolar   UA  1:49.49
3. Emily Mastin   UA  1:50.62
4. Jennifer Mihalik  UGA  1:51.29
5. Morgan Fleming  UGA  1:54.93

100 Back
1. Beth Botsford   UA  54.80 *
2. Keegan Walkley  UGA  56.10
3. Christine Keller  UGA  56.24
4. Rachel Joseph   UA  56.96
5. Denali Knapp   UA  57.13
6. Kate Childress   UGA  57.88

100 Breast
1. Kristy Kowal   UGA  1:00.77 *
2. Amanda Beard  UA  1:02.92
3. Jamie Skinner   UGA  1:04.37
4. Jessamyn Miller  UA  1:05.09
5. Julie Manitt   UA  1:05.16
6. Vicki Van Den Barselaar UGA  1:05.99
7. Karen Hansen   UA  1:07.15
 

 200 Fly
1. Erin Vogt   UA  2:00.45
2. Trina Jackson   UA  2:02.50
3. Stephanie Buck  UGA  2:03.97
4. Nicole Schrader  UGA  2:05.09
5. Maria Papadopoulou  UA  2:05.12
6. Hillary Johnson  UGA  2:06.38

50 Free
1. Courtney Shealy  UGA  23.09
2. Stefanie Williams  UGA  23.73
3. Jenny Vanker   UA  23.79
4. Amy Bouta   UA  24.42
5. Katie Permenter  UGA  24.53
6. Annie Joseph   UA  24.85

100 Freestyle
1. Maritza Corriea  UGA  50.73
2. Stefanie Williams  UGA  51.13
3. Sarah Tolar   UA  51.28
4. Emily Mastin   UA  51.58
5. Jenny Vanker   UA  51.88
6. Katie Permenter  UGA  52.91
7. Annie Joseph   UA  54.06

200 Back
1. Beth Botsford   UA  1:57.78 *
2. Kate Childress   UGA  2:01.51
3. Jennifer Mihalik  UGA  2:01.70
4. Rachel Joseph   UA  2:01.87
5. Christine Keller  UGA  2:05.72
6. Denali Knapp   UA  2:06.52

200 Breast
1. Kristy Kowal   UGA  2:11.99 *
2. Amanda Beard  UA  2:15.55
3. Jamie Skinner   UGA  2:19.37
4. Jessamyn Miller  UA  2:22.50
5. Julie Manitt   UA  2:22.61
6. Vicki Van Den Barselaar UGA  2:23.13

500 Freestyle
1. Kim Black   UGA  4:51.93
2. Maritza Corriea  UGA  4:53.59
3. Trina Jackson   UA  4:54.86
4. Katie Zimbone  UA  4:56.10
5. Nicole Schrader  UGA  4:58.83
6. Caroline Kilian  UA  4:59.35
7. Melissa Bartlett  UGA  5:00.52
8. Sarah Tolar   UA  5:03.31

 100 Fly
1. Courtney Shealy  UGA  54.24 *
2. Erin Vogt   UA  55.65
3. Keegan Walkley  UGA  56.53
4. Beth Botsford   UA  56.78
5. Stephanie Buck  UGA  57.41
6. Amy Bouta   UA  57.55
7. Maria Papadopoulou  UA  57.77
8. Hillary Johnson  UGA  59.71

200 IM
1. Kristy Kowal   UGA  2:02.05
2. Keegan Walkley  UGA  2:04.40
3. Amanda Beard  UA  2:04.45
4. Erin Vogt   UA  2:05.41
5. Karen Hansen   UA  2:07.01
6. Julie Manitt   UA  2:07.53
7. Stephanie Buck  UGA  2:08.37
8. Morgan Fleming  UGA  2:10.25

400 Free Relay
1. Georgia A     3:22.05
(Williams, Corriea, Black, Shealy)
2. Arizona A     3:25.28
(Vanker, Mastin, R. Joseph, Tolar)
3. Georgia B     3:29.69
(Mihalik, Keller, Permenter, Childress)
4.  Arizona B     3:34.39
(Bouta, Jackson, Kilian, Knapp)
 

DIVING RESULTS

1-Meter
1. Andrea Glass   UA  277.80
2. Adrian David   UA  272.63
3. Lindsay Berryman  UA  267.30
4. Dana Nufrio   UGA  242.55
5. Sara Quijano   UA  241.73
6. Ryan Daugherty  UGA  203.70

3-Meter
1. Lindsay Berryman  UA  308.025
2. Adrian David   UA  298.125
3. Andrea Glass   UA  283.875
4. Sara Quijano   UA  244.800
5. Dan Nufrio   UGA  241.800
6. Hazel Johnson   UA  220.575
7. Ryan Daugherty  UGA  209.100
 

* Denotes NCAA automatic qualifying time
 

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