USC Defeats Washington In First-Ever Meeting

Jan. 5, 2007

Complete Results

The No. 11 USC women's swimming team fought off the rust of a holiday break and extremely windy conditions to defeat Pac-10 rival Washington, 123-80, in the teams' first-ever meeting on Friday (Jan. 5) at McDonald's Swim Stadium.

Sophomore Rachael Waller won twice for the Trojans, touching first in the 200y free in 1:52.41 and later winning the 100y free in 52.10.

Sophomore Kristen Lahey won the 50y free in 24.07, sophomore Katy Houston won the 200y IM in 2:06.98, junior Hayley McGregory won the 200y back in 2:03.29, junior Whitney Hentzen won the 500y free in 4:55.10 and sophomore Rebecca Soni won the 200y breast in 2:17.18.

Junior Brittany Allen took second in the 1000y free in 10:06.03, just off first-place Kim Jasmer of Washington (10:05.25).

Waller's win in the 200y free spearheaded a 1-2-3 finish with freshman Whitney Stephenson (1:54.41) and junior Emily Goetsch (1:55.28) following behind. Goetsch was later second in the 200y fly (2:05.77) while Stephenson was second in the 200y back (2:07.72).

Sophomore Missy McIntyre touched right behind Lahey in the 50y free in 24.18 while Soni posted a second in the 200y IM (2:08.76).

The relay quartet of Stephenson, Houston, junior Ali Hartwell and junior Kate Polich won the 400y medley to begin the meet in 3:48.71.

The women's team hosts UC Santa Barbara on Saturday (Jan. 6) at noon.

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