'Dogs Fall on Senior Day to SJSU
    Senior Hannah Prigge won both the 1 and 3 meter dives with near school-record scores on Saturday.
    Senior Hannah Prigge won both the 1 and 3 meter dives with near school-record scores on Saturday.

    Feb. 1, 2014

    By: Andrew Rich
    arich1221@mail.fresnostate.edu
    GoBulldogs.com

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    FRESNO, Calif. -- Fresno State swimming and diving won just four of the 16 events on Saturday afternoon in a 161-131 dual meet loss to Mountain West Conference rival San Jose State at the Aquatics Center.

    The `Dogs honored their four seniors - Brittany Buna, Michelle Dockendorf, Brooke Fuller and Hannah Prigge - in a ceremony before the meet started.

    Prigge, the school-record holder in the 1 and 3-meter dives, won both dives on Saturday with a 333.30 on the 3-meter and then a 320.90 in the 1-meter. She will enter the MW Championships ranked as the top diver on the platform, the No. 2 diver on the 1-meter and the No. 4 diver on the 3-meter.

    Fresno State received event wins from Leah Hatayama and Lucy Titchin. Hatayama won the 50 Freestyle in 23.98 seconds, beating the Spartans' Erika Harvey and Alysha Bush, who ranked fifth and seventh in the Mountain West, respectively. Titchin won the 200 Freestyle in 1:53.08.

    Fuller, in her last home meet, finished second in the 200 Free (1:54.46) and was also part of the 200 Free Relay team that finished second with a time of 1:37.57. Dockendorf finished fourth in the 100 Breaststroke (1:07.83), third in the 200 IM (2:11.50) and fourth in the 200 Breaststroke (2:25.58).

    "We swam really well today," Fresno State head coach Jeanne Fleck said. "We did just what we needed to do to get ready for conference in a couple weeks."

    The `Dogs will be off for the next two weekends before they head to San Antonio, Texas, February 19-22 for the Mountain West Conference Championships.

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