Cal Poly Swimming and Diving Defeats Pepperdine 172-113

Cal Poly Swimming and Diving Defeats Pepperdine 172-113

SAN LUIS OBISPO – Cal Poly swimming and diving split on Saturday at the Anderson Aquatic Center, as the women beat Pepperdine 172-113, while the men were defeated by Denver 15-23. 

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The Mustang women's squad had a dominating day in the pool, as they took first in all of their events. 

The quartet of Caitlin Cox, Sage Speak, Caroline Basil and Emily Imfeld set the tone for the meet, as they took first in the first event, the 400-yard med relay with a time of 3:58.14. Cal Poly quartets placed in the top three spots for this event. 

Meghan Merlihan took first in the 1000-yard free with a final time of 10:22.61, while Hailey Houck took first in the 200-yard free with a time of 1:56.86, first in the 100-yard fly with 58.58 and first in the 100-yard fly with a time of 58.58. 

Basil took first place in the 100-yard back with a time of 58.69, while Speak took first in the 100-yard breast after she put up a 1:06.47 time. 

Shaelin Morefield put up a 2:10.22 time in the 200-yard fly, landing her in first place, while Imfeld took first in the 50-yard free with a time of 24.52. 

Newcomers Emily Peters took first for the Mustangs in the 100-yard free with a time of 53.85, while Ali Epple took first in the 200 yard back with a time of 2:08.79 and in the 200-yard IM with a time of 2:09.79.

Feick 2:21.96 timing in the 200-yard breast landed her in first place for the Mustangs. Meghan Rainier took first in the 500-yard free with a time of 5:14.00. 

Dominating another relay, the Mustang quartet of Speak, Bonnie Doamond, Imfeld and Dani Orlandi took first in the 200-yard free relay after they finished in 1:39.03. 

Cal Poly women's diving took first and second place in the 1 meter, with Lauren Pierce coming in first with a score of 254.25, and Makenzie Kamei coming in second with a score of 237.15. 

Pierce also took first in the women's three meter with a score of 282.30.

Men's diver Nevada Schultz took first in the men's three meter with a score of 268.58. 

The Mustangs will be back at it Nov. 11-13 for the Trojan Diving Invitational in Los Angeles.