Swimmers, Divers Conclude Weekend Action
Nov. 19, 2016

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    MANSFIELD, Texas – Boise State swimming and diving ended their respective trips to Texas and Arizona Saturday with strong finishes.

    The Bronco swimmers got a second-place finish from the 400 free relay to highlight their night at the Art Adamson Invitational while the divers placed four in the top 12 of Saturday’s 3-meter competition at the Lumberjack Invitational in Flagstaff, Ariz.

    Both teams return to action Saturday, Dec. 3, to host Utah at the Boise West YMCA.

    In Texas, the 400 free relay, made up of Brittany Aoyama, Katelyn Martin, Robin Pinger and Cody Evans, finished in 3:17.90 to take second, 1.85 seconds behind Texas A&M.

    Emma Chard, in her first season swimming the mile, continued her string of strong performances by taking fifth in the 1,650 free in 16:40.64. Amelia Draney (16:58.92) and Ally Schultz (16:59.15) finished 10th and 11th, respectively, with freshman Jamie Nats notching a top-20 finish by taking 19th in 17:36.72.

    Ally Kleinsorgen hit an NCAA B cut in the prelims, clocking a 1:57.00 to top all swimmers, before finishing fifth in the 200 back A final at 1:57.25. Abbey Sorensen, after a seventh-place finish in prelims, took sixth in the A final in 1:59.35.

    Senior Emily Tanasse reached the B final of the event, finishing 16th overall in a time of 2:01.84.

    Aoyama took third and Martin fifth in the 100 free with respective times of 49.33 and 49.46, both good for NCAA B cuts, while Chard (50.70) was 15th and Evans (50.84) 16th.

    Emily Mathis topped all Broncos in the 200 breast with a 12th-place effort, clocking a 2:15.36 to hit a B cut. Pinger took 15th in 2:16.99.

    In Arizona, sophomore Cassidy Bose topped all Broncos with a fifth-place finish on 3-meter, scoring 269.90 in the finals. Senior Karli Kriewall was right behind her in sixth at 265.55, with Kacee Olson (255.95) in eighth and Kiley Carlson (220.00) in 12th.

    On platform on Friday, Olson took third with a score of 207.90 with Carlson (201.10) sixth and Kriewall (200.50) seventh. Bose (165.35) took 15th while freshman Taylor Hosein was 19th at 153.80.


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