Boise State Finishes Second

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. The Boise State University swimming and diving team competed in the program’s inaugural individual meet in a short-course meter pool Saturday, in Flagstaff, Ariz., against New Mexico State and Northern Arizona and finished second to each team at the dual meet.


Leading the way for the Broncos was Kendra MacLean with a 2:31.03 in the 200 meter freestyle and a 2:45.16 in the 200 meter backstroke.


Jennifer Dorling competed in both the one and three meter diving competitions registering a 191.50 and 191.95, respectively.


Nikki Dewane also competed in two individual events, recording a 1:05.84 in the 100 meter freestyle then posting a 3:02.81 in the 200 meter backstroke. 


In the 400 meter freestyle, Holly Chatelain swam a 5:33.16 and Kelsey Woodfield posted a time of 5:43.27. Then in the 200 meter individual medley, Chatelain recorded a 2:55.83 and Woodfield a 3:05.14.


Also participating in the 200 IM was Siobhan Gilmartin, who swam the course in 3:04.69. Gilmartin also finished with a time of 1:11.11 in the 100 meter freestyle.


Other swimmers competing in the 50 meter freestyle include Meghan Jansen (34.89), Emily Fransen (34.05), Caitlin Boland (31.02), Jessica Clark (34.15) and Molly McDonald (32.14).


Final results: Boise State 84, New Mexico State 120 and Boise State 27, Northern Arizona 197.



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