High Altitude Training Puts Frogs on Top

Aran Bean set a new pool record at Denver tonight

Aran Bean set a new pool record at Denver tonight

Jan. 9, 2004

Complete Results

Denver, Colo. - The men remain unbeaten tonight after blowing Air Force and Denver out of the water with scores of 131.5 over 111.5 against the Falcons and 136 over 105 against the Pioneers, while the women tacked on another win, 137 to 101 versus Denver, to make their record 8-1.

Numerous Frogs picked up individual victories to help bolster TCU past Air Force and Denver. Freshman Aran Bean set a pool record in the 200 breast with a 2:07.76 time and the men's 400 free relay team of freshman Yousif Del Valle, sophomore Brent Norcross, and seniors Aaron McLachlan and Mitch Loper swam a 3:08.58, good for a new pool mark.

"This has been a culmination of a hard week training in altitude," Coach Richard Sybesma remarked. "We've never beaten Air Force at home, and this has been an excellent meet."

The following Frogs also claimed individual wins.

W 3 meter dive
Kelly Seely 240.05

M 3 meter dive
Kelly McCain 279.25

W 400 medley relay
Tiffany Strawn
Erica Tate
Liz Proffitt
Christie McAdams 359.29

W 1000 free
Keleigh Wentworth 10:30.95

M 200 free
Yousif Del Valle 1:42.82

W 50 free
Erin Irons 23.90

 

 

M 50 free
David Tietze 21.73

W 200 IM
Jennifer Antisdale 2:13.36

W 1 meter dive
Kelly Seely 240.20

M 1 meter dive
Kelly McCain 325.65

W 100 free
Karen Sandifer 53.64

W 500 free
Keleigh Wentworth 5:06.93

The men are now a perfect 8-0 and the women are 8-1. The Frogs host their first home meet of the new year and their first in nearly two months when the Houston women come to compete on Friday at 7 pm, followed by Saturday's meet for the women against New Mexico State and the men against Florida, both starting at 11 am, Jan. 17.

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