Nov. 13, 2010
FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State swimming and diving team traveled to Davis, Calif. to battle the Aggies of UC Davis. The Dogs won five events and placed second nine times in their 170-124 loss to the Aggies Saturday Nov. 13 at the Shaal Aquatics Center.
Off the diving board Stacey Luke (Kenmore, Wash.) led the Dogs by winning the 1-meter event scoring 168.00 points. Hannah Prigge (Rocklin, Calif.) and Kendra Weeks (Folsom, Calif.) finished in second and third respectively for an impressive Bulldog 1-2-3 finish.
Luke also scored 214.20 points off the 3-meter board for a second place finish.
"We swam pretty well today and had some good events," said head coach Jeanne Fleck. "I was really happy with Brittany Buna and her season best 1000 time, Dani winning the 50 free again was great and the divers went 1-2-3 in the 1-meter."
Dani Yoho (Sugar Land, Texas) continues to dominate the 50-yard freestyle event and earned another first place finish. Four other first place finishes were earned by the Dogs for five total as a team and nine second place finishes.
Bulldog Brittany Buna (Victoria, BC) clocked a 10:34.64 time in the 1000-yard freestyle race. This was her season best time in the distance event and she placed second.
Buna also swam a 2:13.42 in the 200-yard IM for a first place finish. Heidi Gjoen won the 200-yard backstroke event. Gjoen was also a part of the first place 200-yard medley relay team with Britney Vogel, Rayanne Nguyen and Dani Yoho.
"Overall we did alright, not great but not terrible," said Fleck. "We are now getting tuned up for next week and I saw some good things out of the girls today. We are still young and still learning and now looking forward to the Invitational next week."
"We Are Your Team!" - The Fresno State swimmers and divers heads to different states next weekend. The swimmers head to the Arena Invitational in Long Beach, Calif. Nov. 18-20. The divers head to Tucson, Ariz. for the Wildcat Diving Invite Nov. 19-21. Stay updated on gobulldogs.com for results and recaps.
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