Nov. 10, 2001
LARAMIE, Wyo. -
Both the men's and women's University of Wyoming swimming and diving teamsexperienced tremendous success against the University of Denver Pioneers on Saturday. The Cowboys outscoredthe Pioneers 145-96 and the Cowgirls won 164-78.
The women started the meet off by finishing in the first, second and third spots in the 1000-freestyle. Ashley Mallett,Kristin Lewis and Erin Hennings finished with the three top times, respectively. Junior Allison Schmid finished in firstplace in the 200-freestyle with her season best time (1:57.90). She also finished in first in the 500-freestyle (5.22:84).
Several Cowgirls contributed to the win over Denver, as seven different women finished with first place in variousevents. Sophomore Channing Kimball finished first in the 1-meter diving competition with 201.23 points. Herteammates Lauren Colaric and Shea Boyle followed closely to round out the top three spots with 200.85 and 193.73points, respectively. Colaric went on to win the 3-meter diving competition with 238.05 points.
Junior Damian Storz finished with his best time of the season in the 1000-freestyle with a time of 9:47.60, giving himthe first place finish. He also won the 200-butterfly with a 1:55.77 time and took second place in the 200-breaststroke.Also contributing to the Cowboys victory were Grant Kritzinger, Guy Fulfer, Per Malmberg and Jon McNeely, who allfinished first in various swimming events.
Senior Oscar Delgado continued his diving success over the weekend as he won both the 1-meter and 3-meter divingcompetitions for the fourth time this season.
The Cowgirls travel to Albuquerque, NM for a dual against the University of New Mexico Lobos on Nov. 17 at noon.