SPOKANE – Seattle University women’s swimming saw five different Redhawks win individual events at Whitworth Friday night. The Redhawks lead the two-day meet, 123-82, after Friday’s action.

SU had a long day of travel to Spokane, being forced to take an alternate route and adding time to the trip Friday.

"We kept getting better as the day went on," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "We had good swims and people are working really hard right now."

Freshman Emma McGill won the 1650 freestyle, touching in 18:43.70 to win gold.

In the 200 freestyle, Sarah Carr and Julia Gorman placed first and second, respectively. Carr posted a 1:59.16, just ahead of Gorman’s 1:59.29.

Emily Bakewell, Darian Himes, and Emily Gough placed 1-2-3 in the 400 IM Friday. Bakewell won with a 4:51.91 performance.

In the 100 butterfly, Maddie Rapp, Bryn Lasher, and Sherlyn Devadason swept the medal stand. Rapp edged out Lasher with a 1:00.54 effort.

In the 500 freestyle, Jayna Van Stone logged a 5:23.66 to win the contest for SU.

The 200 freestyle relay squad of Devadason, Carr, Olivia Gabanek, and Allison Plamondon combined to finish in 1:42.66, good for gold Friday. Margaux Thompson, Kailey DeLozier, Gough, and Bakewell teamed up for silver in the event.

The teams conclude the dual tomorrow, starting at 11 a.m.