Men's Swimming Tops USC On Senior Day
Feb. 7, 2009
Stanford, Calif. - On senior day, Stanford men's swimming showed just what a great graduating class they have with a convincing 213-86 win over USC. The Cardinal dominated the competition to stay undefeated (7-0, 4-0 Pac-10).
Jason Dunford led the group of seniors with a pair of individual event wins as well as playing a role in both winning relays. Individually, Dunford captured the 100 free with a time of 44.16 as well as the 100 fly with a time of 47.65.
Two other seniors also had event wins on Saturday with Phillip Morrison capturing the 200 free and Paul Kornfeld the 100 breast. Morrison finished strong, winning with a time of 1:38.63, while Kornfeld edged teammate John Criste with a time of 55.28.
Godsoe proved it was not just the seniors who swam well by capturing both of the backstroke events. He won the 100 back in a time of 47.97 and the 200 back in a time of 1:46.47.
La Tourette finished with a time of 15:25.95 in an event where he already owns the nation's top time.
Fellow freshman Bollier hit the wall with a winning time of 1:46.89.
Stanford veterans Coville (20.36) and Criste (2:02.42) were the final event winners for the Cardinal.
The meet concluded the home season for Stanford. They will conclude their Pac-10 dual meet season in two weeks when they travel to Berkeley to face California on Saturday, Feb. 21.