The Wildcats downed OSU, 189-97, and defeated NAU, 184-105, while the Beavers beat the Lumberjacks, 171-123.
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In the 1000 free, junior Lacey Nymeyer finished first with a time of 10:13.60, while freshman Joni Zimmerman finished second (10:16.58). Freshman Andrea Boritzke won the 200 free with a time of 1:53.11.
Five Wildcat women dominated the 100 back, as freshman Ana Agy finished first (57.11), senior Whitney Myers finished second (57.51), sophomore Kathryn Thompson finished third (58.53), sophomore Justine Schluntz was fourth (58.68) and DeGolia was fifth (1:00.24).
Nymeyer posted back-to-back wins in both the 50 (23.46) and 100 (52.18) free, tallying a total of three individual victories for the meet.
Freshman Caitlin Iversen finished first in the 500 free with a time of 5.02.54, while Zimmerman finished second (5:05.44).In the 100 fly and the 200 IM, both Agy and Myers swam exhibition times that were good enough to win their respective races, but did not factor in the scoring. The 400 free relay team of Agy, Turner, Thompson and Nymeyer posted an exhibition time of 3:31.03, which was also good enough to finish first.
In the diving well, senior Megan MacDonald finished second in the 3-meter event with 350.00 points, while sophomore Allison Scaife finished third (287.30) and senior Holly Kast finished fourth (283.70). MacDonald finished third in the 1-meter event with 259.20 points, as Kast finished fourth and Scaife finished fifth.
The women will be back in action when they take on Stanford and