SEATTLE – Seattle University women’s swimming beat Pacific Lutheran, 126-79, Friday night at the Redhawk Center. Allison Plamondon and Julia Gorman led the way with a pair of individual victories apiece, along with helping the 200 freestyle relay to gold.

“We did what we came in planning to do,” said Coach Craig Nisgor. “We wanted to race and get things going. We want to make sure we’re doing the right things to set ourselves up for the season.”

Plamondon swam a 25.08 to win the 50 freestyle. Bryn Lasher was just behind with a 25.48 time. In the 100 backstroke, Plamondon won with a 1:00.94 performance.

In the 200 freestyle, Julia Gorman notched a 2:01.80 to beat out teammate Maddie Rapp in the race. Gorman then won the 500 freestyle with a 5:32.75, rolling to gold.

Emma McGill, a freshman, won the 1000 freestyle with a time of 11:13.82, while Jayna Van Stone took second with a 11:22.12 effort.

Lasher won the 100 butterfly, swimming a 59.29 in the race.

Freshman Sarah Carr touched in 54.52 seconds in the 100 freestyle, taking gold and beating out Van Stone, who settled for second.

In the final event of the meet, the Redhawks won the 200 freestyle relay. Margaux Thompson, Van Stone, Gorman, and Plamondon combined to win with a 1:43.05 showing.

The Redhawks travel to Phoenix for a tri-meet next weekend. They will face host Grand Canyon and Loyola Marymount on Oct. 19-20 at GCU.