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Cal Poly Swims to Home Win Over Pepperdine; Divers Compete at USC

Cal Poly Swims to Home Win Over Pepperdine; Divers Compete at USC

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. and LOS ANGELES — The Cal Poly women's swimming team raced to a 161-120 win over Pepperdine at Anderson Aquatic Center on Saturday, while more Mustangs also competed on Day 2 of the Trojan Diving Invitational at USC.

In the dual meet versus the visiting Waves, Cal Poly won all but one of the 12 individual events.

A week after clocking the third-fastest 200-yard breaststroke time in program history, true freshman Sage Speak again won that event, this time at 2 minutes, 20.91 seconds.

Speak also picked up nine points each by finishing first in the 100 breast (at 1:06.10) and 400 individual medley (4:36.96).

There also was a trio of additional multiple winners on behalf of Cal Poly.

Sophomore Daniella Orlandi touched the wall first in the 50 freestyle (at 24.77 seconds) and 100 fly (58.49). Caitlin Cox, a freshman, won the backstrokes at 100 (59.60) and 200 (2:07.87), while another first-year Mustang, Bonnie Diamond, claimed the 200 (1:55.90) and 500 free (5:06.11).

Nicole Antoniuk added a 1,000 free win (at 10:43.56), and fellow junior Belen Enguidanos did the same in the 200 fly (2:05.89).

Meanwhile at Uytengsu Aquatics Center, freshman Brady Shutt finished sixth on the men's 3-meter board, compiling a final score of 225.25.

Another freshman, Lauren Pierce, led the Mustangs in the women's 1-m competition, coming in 27th at 193.55.

The eight-team meet will conclude Sunday.