UW Women Second, Men Fourth After Two Days of Husky Invite
Nov. 30, 2007
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. - The Michigan men and the USC women both lead after two days of the Husky Invitational at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center.
The USC women took over the lead from Washington, who had been leading following the first day of competition yesterday. The Trojans have tallied 899 points while the Huskies have 831.
Erin Campbell set a new UW record in the 100 butterfly, swimming a 53.66 in the prelims. She swam a 54.19 in the finals, which also would have set the school record, to finish in third place.
Campbell also had the second-fastest time in UW history in the 100 backstroke, swimming a 55.52 in the prelims. She swam 56.34 in the finals to finish in second.
Following USC and the UW are Notre Dame (611.5), UC Santa Barbara (439), Oregon State (397), Wyoming (310), Hawaii (190.5), UC Davis (169), Whitworth (142), Boise State (129), Seattle (126) and Puget Sound (64).
On the men's side, Michigan still has a commanding lead over second-place California, 1133.5-759. USC is in fourth with 621 points and the UW men are in fourth with 541.5 points.
UC Santa Barbara is in fifth place with 380 points and they are followed by Hawaii (375), Wyoming (269), Seattle (222), Whitworth (162) and Puget Sound (87).
Day three of the four-day event kicks off with preliminaries at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow, followed by the finals at 6 p.m. The meet closes out on Sunday, with a long course time trial at 9:30 a.m.
An extended story will be posted later.