SEATTLE - (Nov. 4) Seattle University women’s swimming dropped a tight decision, 132.5-125.5, against Simon Fraser Saturday afternoon. Paige Treff and Madi Lydig were both two-time winners for the Redhawks at the Connolly Complex.

“We had some good swims today,” said Coach Craig Nisgor. “We need to clean some things up and get back at it next weekend.”

The teams battled evenly throughout the day, with the score coming to a tie entering the final race of the meet-the 400 freestyle relay. Simon Fraser touched first to claim the team decision Saturday.

Treff touched first with a 23.57 in the 50 freestyle, establishing a new Connolly Complex record. She won the 100 freestyle with a 51.93 showing.

In the 100 backstroke, Lydig won with a 58.85 time. Allison Plamondon and Maddie Dickman finished second and third, respectively. Lydig won the 200 backstroke with a 2:03.00.

The 200 medley relay team of Jennifer Wong, Margaux Thompson, Bryn Lasher, and Treff combined to win with a time of 1:50.62 Saturday. 

The Redhawks host Oregon State on Saturday, Nov. 11. The meet is slated for a 4 p.m. start at the Connolly Complex.