COMPLETE DUAL MEET RESULTS (pdf)
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Despite 15 Top-3 three event finishes on Saturday afternoon, the Cal Poly men's swimming team was defeated by Southern California, 152-104, during the first dual meet of the season at the Anderson Aquatic Center. Senior Mickey Mackle (pictured) recorded the fastest 400-yard IM time of 4:01.35, as Cal Poly received 13 individual Top-3 times against the Trojans.
Complete dual meet results are available HERE.
Southern Cal sophomore Pawel Furtek won two individual events, including the 1000-yard free with a time of 9:23.12 and the 500 free with a mark of 4:34.05.
The Cal Poly quartet of freshman Dominic Dalpiaz and Dominik Folkner, junior Caleb Davies and senior Blake Faris raced to the best 200-yard freestyle relay mark of 1:25.33, nearly four full seconds ahead of the next closest competitors.
Cal Poly sophomore Zach Cootes collected two top-three finishes, including the second-quickest 100-yard fly time of 51.25 and the third-best 200-yard fly mark of 1:51.73.
Davies collected two individual top-three performances against Southern Cal, including a 46.35 time during the 100-yard free (good for second overall) and a 50-free mark of 21.31 (third overall).
Cal Poly sophomore Brandon Nguyen placed second during the 100-yard breast with a time of 57.94 and third overall in the 200-yard breast with a mark of 2:08.85.
Individually, Cal Poly freshman Archie Mitchell finished second overall in the 1000-yard free with a mark of 9:40.48, sophomore Pearu Pold used a 9:42.19 time in the 1000-yard free to capture third, and Mackle cemented third place in the 200-yard free with a time of 52.75. Mitchell also earned third in the 500-yard free with a time of 4:40.10 and Cal Poly freshman Garrett Schmid used a 1:54.81 time in the 200-yard back to finish second overall in the event.
Mustang freshman Hayden Hemmens took third overall in the 200-yard free with a mark of 1:43.50.
Cal Poly hosts its annual Green and Gold Intrasquad Meet at 11 a.m. next Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Anderson Aquatic Center.