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Swimming and Diving Concludes Action at Cincinnati Friday Afternoon

CINCINNATI, Ohio – The preseason No. 1-positioned University of Indianapolis swimming and jumping groups took to the pool this evening against NCAA Division I part Cincinnati, where the men’s crew snatched the triumph while the ladies just missed the mark.

The men brought down the Bearcats by a score of 154-146, denoting whenever the Hounds first have beaten UC. The ladies had a serious evening in any case missed the mark 146-133.5. By and large, UIndy indented 14 top gets done with the men’s group guaranteeing nine while the ladies’ group corralled five.

HOW IT HAPPENED

Beginning the men’s side in the swimming, Cedric Buessing corralled a couple of top completions in the 1,000 free (B-standard and new 10th quickest time in school history at 9:26.14) and the 400 IM (B-standard, new close to home best, and new third-quickest time in school history at 3:53.83). Liki Prema additionally sparkled separately with good grades in the 100 bosom (B-standard and new fourth-quickest time in school history at 54.36) and 200 bosom (2:01.61). In the 50 free, Joao Silva contacted the divider in a triumphant season of 20.64 while Victor Antonon got back a top season of 46.19 in the 100 free.

The men’s crew likewise guaranteed both hand-off successes in the pool. In the 200 mixture transfer, the group of four of Silva, Jeron Thompson, Jan Zuchowicz, and Kael Yorke succeeded during a period of 1:29.44. Likewise adding a top-place mark was the 200 free transfer of Silva, Rodriguez, Aqeel Joseph, and Diego Mas at 1:21.51.

In the jumping, Julio Osuna was successful in the 1-meter with a last score of 324.70. Other prominent imprints in the occasion was Jason Lenzo indenting fourth-place while Casey Crawford and Joseph Donlin went seventh and eighth, separately. The 3-meter highlighted Osuna and Lenzo returning to-back at second and third separately while Donlin and Crawford added seventh and eighth, individually.

Moving over to the ladies’ side, the triplet of Julia Simioni, Johanna Buys, and Marizel van Jaarsveld all gathered individual triumphs in the pool for the Hounds. Simioni won the 100 bosom by contacting the divider in 1:04.93 (new eighth-quick time in school history). Purchases took to the pool in the 50 free and corralled a triumphant completion of 23.49, which procured her a B-standard. At last, Jaarsveld was delegated the champ of the 200 fly at 2:07.63.

Like the men, the ladies’ crew additionally counted top completions in both the transfers. Purchases and Jaarsveld collaborated with Kaitlyn McCoy and Krystal Caylor in the 200 variety hand-off and succeeded at a characteristic of 1:44.47. Likewise figuring out a top time was Buys, Caylor, Leticia Vaselli, and Julia Magierowska in the 200 free hand-off (temporary characteristic of 1:33.81).

In the jumping, Sarah Kerbrat was the top-finisher for the Hounds in the 1-meter at third spot. Alexis Lumaj was directly behind Kerbrat in fourth while Emma Weisgerber counted 6th. The 3-meter was driven by Lumaj in runner up while Kerbrat and Weisgerber went third and fourth, separately.

Dog BYTES

Last musings on the men’s exhibition from lead trainer Jason Hite:

“I thought it was a decent success on the men’s side, particularly since it was whenever we’ve first beaten [Cincinnati]. Winning the two transfers was enormous for us, and I am really glad in us having the option to go here and get a success while creating some strong in-season times.”

Last considerations on the ladies’ exhibition from Hite:

“Our ladies fought hard so it’s difficult to see them miss the mark as they did. Like the men, it was incredible seeing them win the two transfers and generally I thought they swam very useful for it being this point in the season.”

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