Connealy Leads Trojans At Pacific Invite

Oct. 29, 2005

USC junior co-captain Cait Connealy won the 100y free, took second in the 500y free and helped USC's 200y free relay to victory to lead a host of Trojan winners on the second day of the Pacific Invitational in Stockton, Calif., on Saturday (Oct. 29).

Connealy, who helped USC's women's squad score a meet-best 796 points, won the 100y free in 51.91 and touched second in the 500y free (4:58.01). She also raced as the quartet of freshman Melissa McIntyre, Connealy and freshmen Kristen Lahey and Sarah Rockwell won the 200y free relay (1:36.34).

Lahey won the 100y back (56.95) while Rockwell was second in the 200y IM (2:04.30). Sophomore Emily Goetsch was second in the 200y fly (2:02.90) while freshman Rachael Waller was third in the 500y free (4:58.77).

Among the men, senior Ous Mellouli won his third race of the meet, taking the 500y free (4:29.46). Sophomore Viktor Bodrogi won the 200y fly (1:48.30) and was second in the 200y IM (1:51.07).

(Note: At the time this story was posted at 9:30 p.m., results were still incomplete and unavailable for complete posting).

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