Cavaliers Lead Wisconsin, Virginia Tech After First Day of Tri-Meet

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Tom Barrett
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Tom Barrett
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM

Jan. 25, 2013

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.--The Virginia men's and women's swimming and diving teams finished the first day of a tri-meet against Wisconsin and Virginia Tech Friday evening (Jan. 25) at the Aquatic and Fitness Center in Charlottesville.

After day one, Virginia's women lead Virginia Tech, 81-52, and Wisconsin, 83-48. Wisconsin leads the Hokies, 78-53.

On the men's side, the Cavaliers lead VT, 80-51, and the Badgers, 92-39, while the Hokies lead Wisconsin, 86-45.

On the diving boards, sophomore JB Kolod finished first and broke his own school and pool record in the 3-meter event with a score of 420.65. He previously set the records at last week's meet against Duke (418.05). Freshman Carl Buergler was fourth with a score of 366.30.

In the women's 1,650 free, junior Rachel Naurath placed first in a time of 16:27.31, while sophomore Kelly Offutt was second in 16:36.85. On the men's side, junior Jan Daniec won the event and posted a UVa season-best time of 15:08.65, freshman Chris Webb was second in 15:16.26 and junior Brad Phillips was third in 15:19.11.

Senior Lauren Perdue won the women's 100 free in a time of 48.93 and classmate Tom Barrett touched first in the men's 100 free in 44.75. Junior Parker Camp was second in 45.15, a season-best time.


 

 

In the men's 200 breast, junior Taylor Grey picked up the win in 1:59.14 and senior Nick Montes de Oca was third in a season-best time of 2:02.07.

The women's 400 free relay of Naurath, sophomore Emily Dicus, junior Emily Lloyd and Perdue won in a time of 3:21.11. The men's 400 free relay of Alexiou, Camp, Barrett and Phillips touched second in 2:59.51.

Freshmen Courtney Bartholomew and Luke Papendick both finished second in the women's and men's 200 back in 1:58.56 and 1:45.64, respectively.

On the women's 1-meter diving boards, freshmen Katie Warburg and Becca Corbett placed third and fourth with scores of 283.15 and 274.50, respectively.

In the men's 200 fly, sophomore David Ingraham was fourth in 1:49.91. Senior Christine Olson was fifth in the women's 200 breast in 2:19.27.

The action continues Saturday (Jan. 26) at the AFC. There will be two swimming sessions at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Diving will take place immediately following the first swimming session.