FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – (Dec. 1) Seattle University women’s swimming wrapped up its first day of action at the 69th Annual Husky Invitational Friday. Paige Treff’s sixth-place finish in the 50 freestyle highlighted the Redhawks’ meet.

"It was a good day overall," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "We started off pretty strong and we tend to get stronger as this meet goes on. The team has a good attitude right now and we'll just look to keep it going tomorrow."

Treff took sixth in the 50 freestyle final, swimming a 23.53, just shy of her previous school record time of 23.38. In the prelims, Margaux Thompson logged a personal-best showing of 24.62.

In the 200 IM prelims, Darian Himes recorded a time of 2:08.89, marking the seventh-fastest time in program history.

In the 200 freestyle relay, the team of Jayna Van Stone, Allison Plamondon, Jennifer Wong, and Treff tallied a 1:36.39 to post the sixth-fastest time in SU history. The performance was good for sixth in the finals Friday.

SU resumes competition with seven events at the Husky Invite tomorrow. Preliminaries are set for a 9 a.m. start, with finals slated for 6 p.m.