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Release: 02/15/2011
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Feb. 15, 2011

TUCSON, Ariz. - The University of Arizona swimming and diving teams just wrapped its dual meet season last Saturday with wins over in-state rival Arizona State. The women, currently ranked No. 7 overall by CSCAA / TYR, posted a record of 7-4 in 11 regular-season dual meets. Included in the schedule this season were perennial powers Stanford, Cal, Texas, Wisconsin, and USC.

 

The women's team and divers will depart next week for Federal Way, Wash. for its Pac-10 Conference Championships meet.  Many Arizona swimmers already have their NCAA cut times in place and will be looking to "swim through" during this meet, while other team members have been focusing and tapering for the championships as their final meet of the season. 

 

Here is where the Wildcat women's swimmers stack up in terms of the leaders in each NCAA event.  For diving, NCAA Zone E Qualifications will be held in Austin, Texas March 10-12. Both Ainsley Oliver and Samantha Pickens look to have a chance at qualifying for NCAA's in diving for UA.

 

50 Freestyle

1. Arianna Vanderpool Wallace - Auburn - 22.14

2. Margo Geer - Arizona - 22.16

2. Lauren Perdue - Virginia - 22.16

2. Jane Trepp - LSU - 22.16

 

100 Freestyle

1. Vanderpool Wallace - Auburn - 47.44

2. Perdue - Virginia - 48.11

3. Geer - Arizona - 48.26

 

200 Freestyle

1. Perdue - Virginia - 1:44.12

2. Katinka Hosszu - USC - 1:44.68

3. Alyssa Anderson - Arizona - 1:44.86

 

500 Freestyle

1. Anderson - Arizona - 4:37.94

2. Wendy Trott - Georgia - 4:38.37

3. Haley Anderson - USC - 4:38.54

 

1650 Freestyle

1. Anderson - USC - 15:48.64

2. Trott - Georgia - 16:00.79

3. Ashley Steenvoorden - Minnesota - 16:01.33

 

100 Backstroke

1. Maggie Meyer - Wisconsin - 51.66

2. Presley Bard - USC - 51.82

3. Betsy Webb - Stanford - 52.76

8. Sarah Denninghoff - Arizona - 53.06

 

200 Backstroke

1. Meyer - Wisconsin - 1:51.59

2. Maya Dirado - Stanford - 1:52.04

3. Dominique Bouchard - Missouri - 1:52.35

5. Denninghoff - Arizona - 1:53.67

 

100 Breaststroke

1. Jillian Tyler - Minnesota - 58.22

2. Laura Sogar - Texas - 59.07

3. Ellyn Baumgardner - Arizona - 59.58

 

200 Breaststroke

1. Caitlin Leverenz - California - 2:06.55

2. Sogar - Texas - 2:07.43

3. Tyler - Minnesota - 2:08.24

 

100 Butterfly

1. Lyndsay DePaul - USC - 51.46

2. Trepp - LSU - 52.11

3. Hosszu - USC - 52.33

9. Dana Christ - Arizona - 52.85

 

200 Butterfly

1. Hosszu - USC - 1:51.02

2. DePaul - USC - 1:52.79

3. Anderson - Arizona - 1:54.91

 

200 Individual Medley

1. Hosszu - USC - 1:53.47

2. Leverenz - California - 1:56.25

3. Dirado - Stanford - 1:56.28

 

400 Individual Medley

1. Hosszu - USC - 4:00.03

2. Dirado - Stanford - 4:03.73

3. Stina Gardell - USC - 4:03.89

 

 

200 Freestyle Relay

1. Texas - 1:28.81

2. Arizona - 1:28.87

3. Auburn - 1:29.04

 

400 Freestyle Relay

1. Arizona - 3:14.48

2. California - 3:14.50

3. Auburn - 3:14.91

 

800 Freestyle Relay

1. Arizona - 7:02.74

2. Georgia - 7:02.96

3. USC - 7:07.11

 

200 Medley Relay

1. California - 1:36.79

2. Arizona - 1:36.90

3. USC - 1:37.31

 

400 Medley Relay

1. USC - 3:32.20

2. Texas - 3:33.30

3. Arizona - 3:34.00

 

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