BURNABY, B.C. — The Seattle U women’s swim team was victorious, 139-122, in its head-to-head battle with Simon Fraser on Saturday, winning six individual events in addition to the 400-meter Medley Relay.

Allison Plamondon excelled in the 50 and 100 Freestyle events, taking top honors in both and touched in at 27.74 in the 50 and 1:00.49 in the 100. 

Alexa Hoeper won the 200 Backstroke as she notched as time of 2:18.17 with Nikki Cooper following at 2:30.21 for third. Hoeper also added second-place finish in the 800 Freestyle, 9:18.91, while Cooper earned second in the 100 Backstroke as she clocked in at 1:10.64.

Danika Himes and Emma McGill went first and second in the 200 Breaststroke. Himes led the way with a time of 2:38.65, while McGill posted a time of 2:47.71. Himes added a second-place in the 100 Breaststroke as her time of 1:14.29 was three-tenths of a second of the lead pace.

In the 400 Individual Medley, Isabella Guadiamos claimed full points as she touched in at 5:11.56. Caitlin Caruso meanwhile earned a second-place finish as she came in at 5:19.54. Guadiamos also took third in the 200 Butterfly notching a time of 2:28.72.

Bryn Lasher edged out a win the 100 Butterfly with a time of 1:05.36, finishing nearly three-tenths of a second faster. Lasher also added a third-place in the 50 Freestyle with a time of 28.48.

Jayna Van Stone finished second in the 200 and 400 Freestyle events as she touched in at 2:11.28 and 4:39.13, respectively.

Maddie Rapp added to the Seattle U cause with a second-place finish in the 200 Butterfly, 2:27.32, along with third-place points in the 100 Butterfly, as she posted a time of 1:06.73. 

Michaela Day earned a third-place finish in the 800 Freestyle, posting a time of 9:48.12.

In relay action, the Redhawk quartet of Hoeper, Himes, Lasher and Van Stone won the 400 Medley to begin the day with a combined time of 4:25.15, while the team of Cooper, Guadiamos, Rapp and Plamondon meanwhile followed with a time of 4:32.37, good for third. 

In the 400 Freestyle, Van Stone, Plamondon, Audrey Dixon and Julia Gorman took second as they clocked in at 4:02.37.

The Redhawks are now off until Nov. 15-16 when they visit Alaska-Fairbanks.