SPOKANE – Seattle University women’s swimming rolled to victory Saturday, completing a two-day meet win at Whitworth. SU won, 258-152, over the Pirates.

"We saw some good things today," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "Allison chasing down the lead on her leg of the 400 medley relay was great to see. We've been training hard and we'll keep working from here."

Jayna Van Stone won the 200 freestyle, outreaching Jamie Siegler for gold. Van Stone swam a 2:02.05 to win by .27 seconds.

In the 200 backstroke, Van Stone won again, clocking in at 2:15.25 to take first.

The 400 medley relay of Marissa Chan, Darian Himes, Sherlyn Devadason, and Allison Plamondon teamed up to swim a winning time of 4:10.11. Plamondon overtook Whitworth's anchor to claim the win for the Redhawks in the event.

In the 50 freestyle, Plamondon posted a 25.46 to take first. Sarah Carr and Margaux Thompson placed second and third, respectively.

Plamondon grabbed first in the 100 freestyle, with Thompson and Olivia Gabanek following. Plamondon tallied a 56.79 showing to win gold.

Carr touched in 2:15.51 in the 200 IM, good for gold Saturday.

Maddie Rapp and Bryn Lasher finished first and second, respectively, in the 200 butterfly. Rapp logged a 2:12.49 to win the race.

Julia Gorman, Lasher, Jennifer Wong, and Carr won the 400 freestyle relay Saturday. They notched a 3:49.49, good for gold.

Seattle U will face Air Force next weekend. On Friday, the teams will compete in Federal Way and then Saturday, they meet at the Redhawk Center.