Swimmers in Eighth Place after Day 1 at Pac-10 Championships
Feb. 22, 2001
Seattle - - The University of Washington's Kim Harada (San Lorenzo, Calif.) broke her own school record in the 50-yard freestyle at the 2001 Pac-10 Conference Championships at the Weyerhauser King County Aquatics Center.
The Husky women's swim team currently stands in eighth-place with 115 points, after day one on the three-day meet.
Harada broke her old school record of 23.32 seconds in the 50-yard freestyle by swimming a NCAA-provisional time of 23.20 on her way to a fourth-place finish.
In the women's 200-yard freestyle relay and the 400-yard medley relay the Huskies swam to ninth-place finishes.
The women also had several qualifiers in the bonus finals. Irene Schneider (Davis, Calif.) placed 19th in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2 minutes:05.16 seconds. Melody Staubitz (Mesa, Ariz.) placed 20th in the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 4:59.98. Finally Lisa Fanning (Bellevue, Wash.) placed 22 in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 24.17.
The Washington swimming team will be back in action Friday February 23 in day two of the 2000-2001 Pac-10 championships. ....
Final Meet Combined Team Scores Through Six Events
1. USC 360.5
2. Arizona 342.3
3. UCLA 324.4
4. California 294.5
5. Stanford 282.5
6. ASU 170
7. WSU 131
8. Washington 115
Pac-10 Conference Championships
Thursday, February 22, 2001
200-yard Freestyle Relay
1. University of California 1:30.78
9.University of Washington 1:36.58
University of Washington X1:39.87
1. Jessica Foschi, Stanford 4:39.74
20. Melody Staubitz, UW 4:59.98
200-yard Individual Medley
1. Shelly Ripple, Stanford 1:57.83
19. Irene Schneider, UW 2:05.16
400-yard Medley Relay
1.Stanford University 3:55.40
9. University of Washington 3:53.37
University of Washington X3:56.58
X= non scoring exhibition