The women posted three ?'A’ qualifying times for the NCAA Championships in March beginning with the 200-yard medley relay composed of junior Jenna Gresdal, junior Erin Sieper, sophomore Whitney Myers and freshman Courtney Cashion who finished second with a time of 1:40.32, cruising by the standard qualifying time which is 2:00.67.
Junior Marshi Smith, sophomore Emily Strouse, junior Lisa Pursley and junior Ryann Hackett swam an exhibition heat of the 200-yard medley relay in a time of 1:41.64, which also serves as an ?'A’ NCAA qualifying time.
For the final swimming event for the evening, the 800-yard free relay team of senior Emily Mason, senior Jessica Hayes, Myers and freshman Lacey Nymeyer, took third place with a time of 7:10.53, the third ?'A’ NCAA qualifying time.
Junior John Collier and freshman Jeff Hagedon competed in the 1-meter event for the men’s diving team. Collier finished seventh with 274.90 points and Hagedon finished 13th (191.40 points).
The Wildcats will resume competition tomorrow for day two at the Pac-10 Championships. Preliminary action will begin at (PST) and finals will begin at
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