Trojan Depth Dismantles Sun Devils
Nov. 14, 2009
USC's men's swimming and diving team got contributions from across the board and dismantled host Arizona State, 169-122, in Tempe, Ariz., on Saturday. Troy improved to 7-1, 1-1.
Senior Evan Marcus (16:14.48) and junior Kevin Little (16:19.78) got things off right with a first and second in the 1650y free and was followed by a win by senior Zoltan Povazsay in the 200y free (1:37.64, NCAA `B' cut). Behind Povazsay was freshman Clement Lefert and Patrick White in second and third.
Freshman Alex Lendrum led a 1-2-3 finish in the 100y back in 51.19. Sophomore T.J. Auner and junior Shane Tusup followed in second and third. Dillon Connolly won the 100y breast (56.14) with Emmett Walling second (59.33). Sophomore Jeff Daniels, USC's top returning sprinter, won the 50y free in 20.81 while Jack Ostler was third in 21.88.
White came back to lead a 1-2-3 finish in the 100y free with a 45.67, out-touching Daniels at the wall, the sophomore taking second in 45.68. Walling was third (46.36). Senior James Martin won the 200y breast (2:06.04) with Connolly in second (2:06.55).
Lefert clocked an NCAA `B' cut in the 500y free in 4:28.29 while USC's 400y free relay of Daniels, Walling, Povazsay and Lefert also registered an NCAA `B' cut of 3:00.33.