SEATTLE – Seattle University women’s swimming fell, 136-68, to Air Force Saturday. Julia Gorman won the 200 freestyle and Allison Plamondon won the 100 freestyle to lead SU at the Redhawk Center.

"We had some things going today," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "The 400 relay was really solid. I know they were tired after a tough weekend and everyone got behind each other and got loud. That really gives us momentum going into this training period coming up."

Gorman won the 200 freestyle with a 1:58.81 time. Jayna Van Stone placed third with a 2:00.32 showing.

Plamondon grabbed gold in the 100 freestyle, touching in 53.80 to win. Sarah Carr was second in the event.

The 400 freestyle relay of Gorman, Carr, Van Stone, and Plamondon teamed up to take gold. They swam a 3:38.04 to top the field Saturday.

In the 50 freestyle, Plamondon finished in 24.69 seconds, just .07 off first.

Carr, a freshman, notched a 2:12.33 in the 200 IM, claiming second Saturday.

Maddie Rapp and Emily Gough logged second-and-third-place finishes in the 200 butterfly.

Van Stone notched a 2:12.94 in the 200 backstroke, placing third. 

The Redhawks welcome Simon Fraser for senior day on Saturday, Feb. 2.