CORVALLIS, Ore. – Seattle University women’s swimming fell, 135-63, at Oregon State Friday afternoon. Five different Redhawks placed second in individual races.

"We had some good swims today," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "We've been going hard in practice the past few weeks. We competed well and we're getting things in shape for the Husky Invite."

Bryn Lasher’s 59.86 ranked second in the 100 butterfly. Maddie Rapp took third with a 1:00.01 effort.

In the 100 freestyle, Kailey DeLozier, Olivia Gabanek, and Margaux Thompson finished second, third, and fourth, respectively. DeLozier’s 57.23 was good for silver, just ahead of Gabanek (57.53) and Thompson (57.79) in the race.

Marissa Chan swam a 1:03.35 in the 100 backstroke, claiming second on Friday.

In the 500 freestyle, Jayna Van Stone and Julia Gorman posted second-and-third-place finishes, respectively. Van Stone clocked in at 5:25.05, with Gorman right behind at 5:27.39.

Darian Himes delivered a second-place showing in the 100 breaststroke with a 1:11.77 time. Emma McGill placed third in the event.

In the 400 freestyle relay, Van Stone, Sherlyn Devadason, Gorman, and Sarah Carr tallied a 3:44.78 to finish second. The group of Chan, Rapp, Emily Bakewell, and Jenessa Schulte placed third.

The Redhawks next compete in two weeks at the 2018 Husky Invitational in Federal Way, Wash.