Women's swimming beats BC

    The UCSD women’s swimming and diving team sunk Boston College 160.50 to 139.50 in a dual meet held at Canyonview Pool last Saturday.

    Junior Sandra Lopez won two individual events for the Tritons, taking both the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke events with times of 1:06.69 and 2:24.61, respectively.

    Sophomore Jennifer Watanabe also placed first in two events for UCSD, winning both the 200-yard freestyle event and the 200-yard backstroke event in 1:55.04 and 2:08.28, respectively.

    Triton juniors Molly McCorkle and Evelyn Kwok were the other individual winners for UCSD, taking both the 100-yard backstroke event and the 100-yard freestyle events.

    Triton Elizabeth Sales took the 3-meter diving title, receiving a score of 197.10.

    In the relay events, UCSD won the 200-yard medley with an overall time of 1:50.84, competing on a team with McCorkle, Carly Ross, Lindsey Meeks and Samantha Wong. The Tritons also took the 400-yard freestyle relay event with Ross, Wong, Kwok and Watanabe posting a collective time of 3:37.93.

    For Boston College, Lauren Schwartz was the only Eagle to win dual events, taking both the 100-yard and 200-yard butterfly titles home with her.

    The Tritons will next travel to Stockton, Calif. on Friday to compete in a dual meet against University of the Pacific.

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