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Wong, Feick Win King and Queen of the Pool for Cal Poly

Wong, Feick Win King and Queen of the Pool for Cal Poly

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Cal Poly senior Amelia Feick and freshman Brian Wong won the individual titles for the Mustangs' swim team at the annual King and Queen of the Pool pentathlon hosted with Cal Friday at Anderson Aquatic Center.

For Feick (pictured), a senior, this is the third time in her career that she has won the title of 'Queen of the Pool' for Cal Poly. She previously won it as a junior and as a freshman.

On the men's side, Wong becomes the first Cal Poly freshman since 2014 to win the 'King of the Pool' title for Cal Poly.

Cal, whose men's team won the NCAA Championships last season and women's team placed second in the NCAA Championships, was paced by senior Zheng Quah on the men's side and senior Abbey Weitzeil on the women's side. Both Quah and Weitzeil finished first overall in the meet with times of 4:02.68 and 4:38.76

Feick finished the pentathlon with an overall time of 5:03.16, her best time of any year she has won it. That was good for a 13th-place overall finish. She placed fourth in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:05.63, 13th in the 100-backstroke with a time of 59.60, and 12th in the 100-IM with a time of 1:00.78.

Wong finished with an overall time of 4:29.62, good for a 18th-place overall finish. He placed 15th in the 100-yard IM with a time of 53.68, 17th in the 100-butterfly with a time of 51.34, 20th in the 100-backstroke with a time of 53.40, and 25th in the 100-breaststroke with a time of 1:01.79.

Some other notable finishes for Cal Poly included an eighth-place finish on the men's side by senior Miles Dunn in the 100-breaststroke with a time of 57.90. In the 100-breaststroke on the women's side, freshman Kaia Anderson placed ninth with a time of 1:07.74, freshman Sam Rankin placed 10th with a time of 1:07.78, and freshman Caroline Judson placed 11th with a time of 1:07.79.

Next up for Cal Poly is the annual Green & Gold meet. That will be held on Saturday, October 5 at 10 a.m. from Anderson Aquatic Center.