FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – (Dec. 3) Seattle University women’s swimming concluded competition at the 69th Annual Husky Invitational Sunday. SU placed fourth among NCAA schools in the team standings.
“We had some good stuff going today,” said Coach Craig Nisgor. “It was good to see in-season and lifetime bests. I’m excited to see where we’re headed going forward.”
Bryn Lasher recorded the seventh-best 200 butterfly time in school history. In prelims, the freshman finished in 2:06.38.
Darian Himes touched in 2:24.61 in the 200 breaststroke, clocking in with the ninth-best time in SU history.
In the 400 freestyle relay, Seattle U tallied the sixth-best time in program history with a 3:31.04 effort. The time was good for fourth in the finals Sunday. Allison Plamondon led off the race with a 52.49, notching the seventh-best time in SU history.
Emily Bakewell posted a personal-best time in the 200 breaststroke prelims. The freshman touched the wall in 2:28.07 Sunday.
The Redhawks finished fourth among NCAA schools in the team standings with 664 points over the three-day meet.
SU heads to Pacific Lutheran for its next meet on Jan. 5.