FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Seattle U women’s swimming dominated day two of its head-to-head at Alaska-Fairbanks tallying seven first-place finishes and sweeping two events in a 120-81 victory over the Nanooks.
Emma McGill, Emily Bakewell and Michaela Day went 1-2-3 in the 1650-yard Freestyle. McGill led the way with a time of 18:47.66, while Bakewell and Day touched in at 18:53.03 and 19:17.42 respectively.
The Redhawks also swept the the 100 Butterfly as Bryn Lasher clocked a first-place time of 58.28, while Maddie Rapp, 1:00.75, and Sherlyn Devadason, 1:00.88, took followed at second and third, respectively.
In the 200 Medley, the Seattle U relay quartet of Allison Plamondon, Danika Himes, Lasher, and Margaux Thompson took second with a time of 1:51.30. The Redhawks also earned a third-place finish with Jennifer Wong, Isabella Guadiamos, Devadason, and Marissa Chan checking in at 1:54.65.
Individual success continued for Jayna Van Stone during Saturday’s events, adding two more first-place finishes to her weekend resume, as she won the 200 Backstroke, 2:10.52, and 500 Freestyle, 5:18.22.
In the 200 Breaststroke, Himes and Guadiamos took first and second-place respectively as Himes clocked in at 2:23.90 while Guadiamos posted a time of 2:29.78.
Plamondon and Tessa Oliver also tallied first-place finishes for Seattle U. Plamondon took the 50 Freestyle, 25.20, while Oliver paced the field in the 400 IM with a time of of 4:47.04.
Gorman also added to the Redhawk cause, earning a second-place finish in the 200 Freestyle, 1:59.78, before notching a third-place time, 56.10, in the 100 Freestyle. Dixon and Caitlin Caruso meanwhile registered third-places respectively in the 50 Freestyle, 25.84, and 400 IM, 4:54.92.
The Redhawks resume head-to-head action next weekend when they visit Puget Sound on Saturday, Nov. 23.